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  1. That silencer! You've GOT to be compensating for something.....
  2. ehh, dont think so, I know guns, but not tanks/helis/jets/etc Many thanks
  3. Probably a dumb question, but is the cannon rifled? If so, why does it look straight? If not, what is it, and why isnt it rifled? Edit: took out quoted pic
  4. wooooowowow thats a pretty catty [/jealous] Only been at college 3 days and miss my Misty already Edit: Forgot to not quote images
  5. Flashpoint Division's Newest member. She's our top secret undercover operative 8D She's been trained to hide her identity as well, and knows how to avoid cameras XD:
  6. You're lefty? Gah, lol, even looking at it makes me uncomfortable
  7. It's a STAR, and it's H. The EGLM is pretty weighted for a grenade launcher, I'd estimate it at about 7-8 lbs. The problem is not so much the weight of the gun, it's more the balance. If you split it at the handle, you can see that behind it, there's the very lightweight plastic stock, which houses a small, lightweight battery(I use a li-po, adds virtually no weight), and in front of the handle you have the upper receiver, gearbox, ris, grenade launcher, etc. So it all adds up and makes it very front heavy. In spite of that, it's still actually a pretty comfortable gun. I can shoulder it reaso
  8. I've changed it up a bit since before
  9. Here's my baby, Im thinking it really needs some optics, but I'm not sure if Im willing to shell out the cash
  10. Well, what do you mean by not responding? Can you feel the movable(sp? that's supposed to be the ability to move) contact snapping back into place? Or, is it moving forward but not far enough? Or, is it moving as far forward as it needs to be, but making a bad connection. I would say it's either a bad connection, like dliberty said, which you would mean there's either corrosion, or both of the non-movable tabs aren't touching. Open your gearbox, and look for corrosion on all 3 contacts, and then slide the contacts together, and make sure that the non-movable ones are BOTH touching the mov
  11. Wow, those both look really great.
  12. The pics are MUCH clearer. I see now, it's more complicated then I thought. Very interesting too, and original as well. Is there actually zoom on that scope, or is it just an RDS?
  13. Just the gun alone doesn't look that good IMHO, but when you're actually holding it, it looks really good. Where is your battery? I'm interested to see some more pics. Can you get some that aren't as blurry? Also, is that a face on your stock? Looks like you could move the launcher back a little bit if you removed the back barrel mount. If I was you, I would put it as close to the trigger as possible, move your RDS forward, and you'd have a really great piece.
  14. Thanks for the offer, but I was able to get everything worked out. They were out of 16 AWG wiring, so I got some 14 instead. I was hoping I would be able to get the wiring through the gun, without having to completely disassemble it, but it wasn't happening, so here it is, after re wiring it through the gun: Tearing it down gave me a chance to re-install the tightbore barrel I had previously taken out, and put in my G3, so hopefully that will give it a little more performance as well. It was just a tad tight, at the point where the wiring goes under the hop-up, but other then
  15. Thanks a ton for the positive encouragement. The 2 day game was an unbelievable amount of fun, despite the fact that my fire selector now has a bit of a gap, and isn't making a good connection, so full auto came and went. The RoF isn't anything amazing, but there is a definite improvement, and it sounds much smoother, and nicer. Here is a pic of the final product, in the gun: As you can see, there is a ton of soldering. Three solders for each wire to the motor. I really don't know much about wiring, but I imagine that is creating at least a significant amount of resistance. I plan
  16. You made that yourself? Would you be willing to make more? Can you make one with 14mm CCW threads? I've just been thinking about this myself. I made this, tell me what you guys think: It's a bit overdone right now, I wouldn't use that scope, and probably not that front handle, but I like the front end a lot. The main reason I'm posting though is because I just finished installing a new magnum motor in my FAMAS. Took a bit longer then I thought it would, but I didn't really think much about how long it would take. It's not professional in any sense of the word, very amateur, but I
  17. She is sitting on my lap as I post this.
  18. The front end, and silencer look just a little bit small to me, but other than that I like it.
  19. Just got mine today, and it only took a month to get here! /sarcasm My first set of REAL camo: I can't let anyone see my face! Not really, it's just really hard for me to get good pics, and it just turned out that way. Also, I'm apparently not the only one who likes CAPDAT: No wonder it took so long to get through customs
  20. Kind of random, but I found this, and it got me thinking... I can't help but be curious...
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