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  1. notrabies

    Shotgun Picture Thread

    Alternatively, I'm like 90% certain you could simply get a normal Maruzen pistol grip and spare gas tank, and that way you'll have two fully functional guns if you decide to sell one. Hell, even if you don't, you'll at least have gas tank compatibility, which is super cool.
  2. notrabies

    Shotgun Picture Thread

    If you're nuts you could always get the G&P buffer tube adapter for the Maruzen M870/M1100 and find a way to rig that on, as that also includes a little tank inside the buffer tube. This guy right here: http://www.dentrinityshop.com/pr_details.jsp?pid=9377 Should work, but I'd certainly expect some modifications required on the fitment and gas line side of things.
  3. notrabies

    Shotgun Picture Thread

    Speaking of the Maruzen M870's, apparently there's a GBBR hammer spring that can be fit into them with only a bit of modification, and doing so boosts the fps into the mid 300's. I'm gonna be installing one for a client, but I will update with a guide and results if its doable.
  4. notrabies

    Shotgun Picture Thread

    I've run a similar sized M1100 plenty of times, that should serve you quite well in CQB.
  5. notrabies

    AK & Variants Picture Thread

    Do you know how different/better the new generation magazines are? I'm hoping for normal quality levels for manufactured magazines, but pretty much anything is an improvement.
  6. notrabies

    AK & Variants Picture Thread

    Yup! I've got 2 coming as soon as he gets his new shipment, and I'll definitely be buying some 30 rounders and a few more 20's sooner or later. These current mags definitely need a lot of breaking in though.
  7. notrabies

    AK & Variants Picture Thread

    I guess this fits in here:
  8. notrabies

    Shotgun Picture Thread

    Actually, he forgot to post his neato magazine system:
  9. notrabies

    AK & Variants Picture Thread

    Is it true that the Kobra's ghost really badly? I've only seen one brand of repro ones, and I haven't heard a single good thing about it.
  10. notrabies

    Shotgun Picture Thread

    Won't work without modification, the M1100 Revision uses the short length barrel, and the ring that attaches to the magtube would come in on the center of the fullsize M1100 grip. I recommend doing what some of my friends did and just making a cheap wood grip for it.
  11. notrabies

    Shotgun Picture Thread

    Excellent! Also, if you're ever looking to make some cash, I guarantee you that you can sell your services of making steel extractors, I've had a fair amount of people try to buy mine off my guns.
  12. notrabies

    AK & Variants Picture Thread

    Excellent, I've been keeping myself posted on NPO's Russian site, which is documenting all of the changes they've made over time, but I was partially assuming that it was worthless corporate speak that wouldn't really reflect well in the actual product. Perhaps all this saving is gonna work out for the best in the long run, because its been driving me crazy otherwise.
  13. notrabies

    AK & Variants Picture Thread

    So since we're on the topic, do you NPO owners have good impressions of them? Still saving up for mine, but I keep running into surprise car bills and real life stuff, but I'm aiming for the end of the summer.
  14. notrabies

    H&K Picture Thread

    I like it, but I think you should get some kind of crazy futuristic stock and light/laser and then star in an 80's movie
  15. notrabies

    Shotgun Picture Thread

    Thanks, in case anyone else wants to do the same thing, it requires filing down 2 nubs on the barrel and some lube/filing on the inside of the receiver where it meets the bolt. Its easy work though, and has really nice results.

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