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  1. No place else to put this in, and a WW1 thread would be real lonely real quick so... 1886 Lebel VSR-10 conversion
    7 points
  2. It's the "colder" time of the year so I'm not too bothered by all the wool. But for summer I'm more inclined to go in this:
    6 points
  3. First time at a normal game since the start of the pandemic
    5 points
  4. If you're anything like me, the PSG-1 has always been a "bucket list" gun. I was fortunate enough (after about 17 years of drooling over one) to pick a TM PSG-1 up back in 2017. It was a beautiful gun, but definitely felt a little fragile...like it was meant to be more of a display piece than something to take outside and show the world. Now we fast forward to 2020 when VFC announced that it will be releasing the PSG-1...all the feelings I had during thouse young teenage nights of playing Metal Gear Solid and drooling over the TM PSG-1 came back ten-fold. I didn't know if it would be any good
    5 points
  5. Build and paintjob for a team member's 10 year old Kalash.
    4 points
  6. Kind of a Resident Evil-Village WolfHound inspired AK. In the game they use the "Dragoon", some kind of 7,62 AKSU. So... I tried to imagine what heavier version would look like. In two variants. A "shh-quiet" and a "LOUD NOISES".
    4 points
  7. Oh yeah, forgot to post my last project here. Mafioso Hardballer Longslide (refinished with aluminum oxide blasting + polishing slide flats), Mafioso laser, real Weaver ring, real NPC mount, DIY pressure switch. Don't buy the Mafioso kit or laser, it's worth maybe a quarter of what they charge. I had to fix a bunch of stupid little things with this gun to make it usable, and the use of real mounts are solely because the Mafioso parts were hot garbage. On the bright side, since I've now reworked the laser to hold zero and mount with real-steel hardware, I was able to do
    3 points
  8. I have been abscent for quite some while, but no update since September?
    3 points
  9. So the above was a lie...also added a 14.5 and turned her into a Colt 723...
    3 points
  10. Nova kit, Statement Defense
    3 points
  11. Still waiting for someone to do this
    3 points
  12. I see the carry handle gang is strong in here lately... here's my contribution. Base is an EMG XM177. All that's left is paint (and probably a light on the barrel). I will probably spray her in a similar paint scheme as my old WE Gordy's build. Also, ignore the white ziptie...it will be replaced. I had to cut the black one off to swap the pad onto a better fitting stock and didn't realize I didn't have any more black ties long enough to fit.
    3 points
  13. Slowly restoring and fixing details on my Best Gun WA2000. Bought it in 2010 and was never that great of a performer. Working with some members, and might do a HPA conversion down the road.
    3 points
  14. Time for another build, this time the polar opposite of last year's. I'm looking to replicate a LaFrance Specialties M16K, a weird ultra-compact AR variant designed in the 1980s. Tim LaFrance intended for it to be used by combat vehicle crews or for shooting through the windows of a police cruiser, but the only success it ever saw was showing up in a couple of movies and shows (including Naked Gun 33 1/3, Miami Vice, and Escape From LA). Basically, it's what today we would call an AR pistol, using an 8-3/8" barrel. However, there are two funky things about it. First, it use
    2 points
  15. Just me and my homemade ADM.
    2 points
  16. Rebuilt my mk18 mod 1 (previously an ICS base) onto my WE GBBR base. Now I have a mod 0 and mod 1 upper to swap back and forth as I please!
    2 points
  17. need some work but.. its almost there.
    1 point
  18. Team Wendy Exfil MS2000 Ops Core Amp arms w/adaptors, AXL RAC link and Sordins Princeton Tec light TNVC Mowhawk MK 2 A&A tactical helmet cover Bullet Club, obviously, 4 life
    1 point
  19. Aliexpress handguard arrived so here is a pic of it on the new(ish) Double Bell (dboys) M733. Suprisingly nice for the price..
    1 point
  20. Thank you, pretty pleased with how it came out, although I suspect based on reference images that the handguard is actually slightly oversized compared to the real thing. But it's held up pretty well in gameplay, so can't complain. I actually have some updates that I haven't posted here. After trying it out in-game, I did some further experimentation with other configurations. Using an Elcan seems to work pretty well for long-ranged fire (although the replica isn't spectacular), but the reduction in FOV and lack of backup irons is problematic when I don't know where targets will be a
    1 point
  21. Back with some news. To my question, the manufacturer said yes. It does go on AK74s.
    1 point
  22. The red rug is like a regular sedan. Only fits four.
    1 point
  23. Nice! I made a ladderline antenna, sadly I haven't tested it till now.
    1 point
  24. @PureSilver you have both, it's time.
    1 point
  25. You have odd definition of 'normal game'... But it's neat. Probably too much wool to call it cool in that kind of location...
    1 point
  26. It's good. Lots of little details like the bolt stop and the barrel removal lug is functional. BG used a Tanaka inner barrel and proprietary hop up rubber. The machining is great but the gun is way smaller than the Ares or even Asahi in length. The performance is awful though. HPA has come a long way and some people offered to help me with it. I plan to rework it to look more accurately to the RS, which is easier than the Ares.
    1 point
  27. Very cool, dude! BTW: What's the yellow and black flag rolled up on your back?
    1 point
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  29. "Hi! We've heard you liked shotguns..."
    1 point
  30. Interesting - I bought some steel Best Gun parts for my AUG last year and was very impressed. I’d never heard of the brand before that. What’s the rifle’s build quality like?
    1 point
  31. I added a rail top cover to my A
    1 point
  32. Well I'm back...my ICS 551 picked up a little brother...(another ICS)
    1 point
  33. You can see how I lapped the slide to the frame. I am not peening the slide with the hammer, there is just enough material to cause friction. I put small amounts of diamond paste on the inside of the slide and remove very small amounts of that material using the force of a dead-blow hammer Next is to adjust the barrel positioner with a file to get the outer barrel and barrel hood completely aligned with the lugs when the slide is at rest. Most Inokatsu slides sag in the rear of the slide, causing the slide to set itself ahead of the rear slide rails due to poor quality tolerances.
    1 point
  34. CAR springs to mind, and while that's a stupid system for shooting outside of the most confined of spaces I'd say it's the equivalent to this method for a firearm that has exposed moving parts (i.e. a slide). Once you enclose a bolt in a receiver then adding that 3rd point of contact does really seem to work. I think it has a lot more value in a firearm given the difficulty of shooting stock-less firearms vs stock-less airsoft, but making yourself way more compact when you go through a corridor etc certainly makes sense. Given (obviously) s=d/t you can certainly target transition faster thi
    1 point
  35. Got the carry handle done- I reinforced the mount bracket further, then bent the rod (not the easiest thing with hand tools). I filed a notch on the rod which a grub screw on the handle indexes into, and cut grooves for E-clips to keep it attached to the mount. And then on the bipod, I epoxied small strips of steel, then bent the ends, and reinforced with screws. These hook into the handguard and provide the retention mechanism to keep the bipod legs folded up. And that about completes the project. Here's some glamor shots of the full thing: I might
    1 point
  36. It's actually going faster than expected. First off, the barrel sleeve and bipod yoke. This is not the cleanest work I've ever done, but it does hold. The barrel sleeve fits very snugly over the barrel, and indexes via a cutout to accommodate the bayonet lug. The birdcage is then torqued down in front of it and that holds it in place. On the underside of the barrel sleeve, I've filed a cutout. There's a grub screw protruding up from the bipod yoke which fits into this cutout and can move from side to side. That keeps the bipod on the gun and allows about 30 degrees of rotation t
    1 point
  37. GHK Sig 551 Tactical
    1 point
  38. I somewhat recently turned my A2 into an SD2...NO GOING BACK!
    1 point
  39. My little family of M4’s. All of them are ERG’s
    1 point
  40. Finally finished the OA93. Woo. I even did another video to show it working.
    1 point
  41. Nice ARP9 build. I’m thinking of doing something similar with an ARP9 or CA X9. How happy are you with the polymer body? I’ve been thinking of going with a slightly longer rail (6-7 inch). Did you play around with other rail options before settling on this setup?
    1 point
  42. Being off sick from work and confined to the sofa is deadly to the bank balance! Latest acquisition Tm recoil Socom , colt 4x carrier handle scope put together for that ‘old school’ vibe !
    1 point
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