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  1. DamnLion

    WE TA 2015, P90 review

    I'll just sell a kidney.
  2. DamnLion

    WE TA 2015, P90 review

    I'm never going to be able to afford one unless I *very reluctantly* sell my vector
  3. DamnLion

    WE TA 2015, P90 review

    That's part of my plan. If not a whole upper, then at least an adaptor for the CA upper I have lying around. Definitely a steel hopup chamber, if it's not cost prohibitive.
  4. DamnLion

    WE TA 2015, P90 review

    Man, when I get my hands on one of these, I have so many plans for it with DMLS parts. You could probably start already with shapeways, renegade.
  5. DamnLion

    Steyr AUG FAQ and Helpdesk

    The only AUG A3's I know of are the JG and TM HC, the former being entirely inaccurate - in this case, yes, that god awful rail system is bolted onto the regular receiver. The TM High Cycle has the closest I've seen to the correct A3 upper, albeit quite short - this is the kind of upper I would like to create.
  6. DamnLion

    Steyr AUG FAQ and Helpdesk

    Agreed - much easier on my end too, just unsure of the accuracy people want. Wondering now if an A3 adaptor could possibly bolt on to the A2 upper rail without being too high.. Unfortunately, I have the A1 upper so I have no reference on hand.
  7. DamnLion

    Steyr AUG FAQ and Helpdesk

    On another note, if anyone wants a true spec A3 upper (like me), I will 3D print them if someone provides proper dimensions.
  8. DamnLion

    Steyr AUG FAQ and Helpdesk

    Speaking of 3D printed items, anyone interested in an AUG rail adaptor for the A1, A2? Or other custom bits I suppose. http://imgur.com/vKaptnn I also have the CAD files for any length barrel / the stock AUG flashhider if anyone is interested. Long live the AUG

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