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  1. The fuse needs to be in the circuit before the "drain" element. Thats why its always on the positive wire and the first element in the circuit. If you need to relocate it you could use a longer wire and put the fuse wherever you want it to be. Not ideal but better than a fuse on the return part of the circuit. That beeing said I remove all the fuses in my RIFs and have yet to actually destroy anything. Just don't force things when something is clearly wrong with the RIF and you won't be causing fires. Or alternatively use a mosfet that has a built in fuse.
  2. Personally when I think futuristic camo what comes to mind is digital. Have you checked out PenCott patterns? And US4CES? Neither is in widespread general use as far as I know and both look quite modern imo. Alternatively you could go all solid colour aswell. Ranger green clothing combined with coyote looks snazzy AF and could easily pull off the scifi look with it.
  3. I'm from Slovenia, can confirm the pictures OP posted looks basically the same as our forests. Marpat works very well here, M81 woodland is good for the greener times of the year. Flecktarn is quite good aswell. If you want to go more "futuristic" with your camo the kryptek you picked would work well during the green months. As for gear coyote/khaki is more apropriate for the entire year, OD is okay in the summer. In the end it doesn't really matter as long as you are wearing something remotley apropriate so pick what is cooler looking to you. Concealment is more in what you do rather than what you wear. PS there is a great youtube channel that demonstrates a large selection of camo patterns in a similar environment to ours if a bit denser with vegetation. Look up "Brent0331". I can send you a direct link in DM's if you cant find him.
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    Popular culture inspired collection and loadouts

    Oh okay, thats why it was confusing me. It looked like a complete railed dust cover but those usually replace the rear irons. Great job again! Hopefully i'll have something of my own to contribute to this thread soonish
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    Popular culture inspired collection and loadouts

    That 74 a gbbr? Mind sharing which dust cover that is? Love the look of that and the SU!
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    FN Picture Thread

    With a sneaky VFC MP7 mag under it?
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    Select fire conversion for M249

    Well there is no easy way to do this, the A&K gbox was never intended to have this feature. A Gate WARFET wouldnt work. You have to have some way to detect a cycle and the WARFET depends on the cutoff lever to do that. Since a cutoff doesnt have anything to "cut off" like in a v2 gearbox the only real option is a custom fitted computerised mosfet that uses microswitches to detect a cycle. It can be done if you are determined enought but bottom line it's probably more efficient to just get a sidearm for those cqc moments, getting a mosfet that can do this and modifying it would cost about the same
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    Select fire conversion for M249

    Most programmable mosfets detect the one turn of the sector gear with a microswitch against the little nub that normally moves the cutoff lever. You could adapt a mosfet to the m249 layout for the cutoff function. Same goes for the selector switch, its just a microswitch that needs to be tripped, the safety bar could do that if you place it right. Shame there is no ready made solution for this as far as i know but it can be done with a bit of soldering and tinkering.
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    Select fire conversion for M249

    G&P M249s are based on V2 gearboxes. You could probably add semi auto functionality there with ease. If you allready have an A&K it's still possible with a programmable mosfet, no way to add a physical switch tho.
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    SMG Picture Thread

    May I ask where you bought it from? I saw Begadi has them but their price is insane.
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    58th Shizuoka Hobby Show Tokyo Marui Products

    Do you only buy Mercedes/Ford cars? I mean everyone else is just copying their ICE engine and manufacturing method right? So you should buy the originals. Do you ever buy generic meds from a pharmacy? Basically any electronic device in the market today? Nearly everything today could be considered a copy of something else or beeing based on something another compay made. If you feel like over paying royalties for a 25+ year old design that has been adapted and modded god knows how many times then do, no one is stopping you. But its silly to expect everyone to think it is a superior choice when it clearly is not. We should probably stop with this or move to another thread before we all get a smack from an admin for going offtopic
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    58th Shizuoka Hobby Show Tokyo Marui Products

    In what world is affordable equipment bad for a hobby? I get that by Swedish standards a TM may seem affordable but even in most euro countries it's just poor value for money compared to anything really. As for the last part of your post, some of us care about like yknow.. eating, paying bills and stuff.. not if the box our toy gun came in says TM on it. I fail to even see what your point there is. Why would TM be so deserving of beeing picked over anything else with better value?
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    VFC MP7 AEG looks closer and closer

    Is it just me or does he say 340ish fps with a .12 in that desert fox vid?
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    Custom Gear

    Do you mean this one? It's a custom made thingy we use as our team patch. It is just a design printed on the back of black hook velcro. Courtesy of Torserus.
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    AK & Variants Picture Thread

    Sweet, thank you! Not for the purists but i quite like how that fits with the gun, almost like it was meant to be. Well done.

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