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Wastelander- a gas-operated, semi-auto APS shell shotgun feeding from Saiga magazines, and with interchangeable barrel length. Full build log here.      

Yo Dawg I heard you like shotguns.. .... so you can reload while you reload

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These popped up at Gunmall Tokyo for the very reasonable price of $120 so I jumped on it :)

 

A&K M870 Bulldog

 

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What?! I have been looking everywhere for one? I cant find any online.

How is it? Looks like its alot better than the Cyma 870 external.

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Ongoing project APS CAM Wilson Combat scattergun tech border patrol custom shotgun w RS surfire light patker finish RS sg tritium sights RS surfire stock 12"BBL

 

Marushin m500 8mm unfired w older RS surfire light and RS Mossberg stock

 

APS CAM 870 police magnum FPR full steel rs magtube RS vintage alabama highway patrol stocked

 

Maruzen m1100 wood stock also have a rare unmounted Surefire m1100 stock that require some modification to fit

 

Marushin m500 8mm shortened barrel fiberoptic hi-viz front sight

 

ACM m500 6mm with rare RS shockwave tech Raptor grip

 

Maruzen m1100 with Zeke full metal body barrel magtube and triggerguard

Folding steel LEO stock

 

APS CAM serbu super shorty Parker with blued steel bolt & hogue tamer handle

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Rebuilt my APS CAM870 shorty custom shotgun tonight using SWAP (Special Weapons and Plastic) video guides on how to modify the PPS shell side-sadle and shell catcher onto the APS CAM870 :)

 

Also threw on a replica MRO. Turned out pretty nice IMO!  :D

 

 

APS CAM870 (custom)

RS Hogue Tamer pistol grip

RS TacStar tactical shotgun forend grip

Custom mounted top rail piece

Replica MRO

PPS shell side-sadle (video guide here: http://arniesairsoft.co.uk/forums/index.php?/topic/213358-aps-cam870-impressions/?p=2769912)

PPS shell catcher (video guide here: http://arniesairsoft.co.uk/forums/index.php?/topic/213358-aps-cam870-impressions/?p=2770186)

 

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Rebuilt my APS CAM870 shorty custom shotgun tonight using SWAP (Special Weapons and Plastic) video guides on how to modify the PPS shell side-sadle and shell catcher onto the APS CAM870 :)

 

Also threw on a replica MRO. Turned out pretty nice IMO!  :D

 

 

APS CAM870 (custom)

RS Hogue Tamer pistol grip

RS TacStar tactical shotgun forend grip

Custom mounted top rail piece

Replica MRO

PPS shell side-sadle (video guide here: http://arniesairsoft.co.uk/forums/index.php?/topic/213358-aps-cam870-impressions/?p=2769912)

PPS shell catcher (video guide here: http://arniesairsoft.co.uk/forums/index.php?/topic/213358-aps-cam870-impressions/?p=2770186)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Looking good! Really makes me want to get one too.

I will prob never shirmish it since i have a hard time accepting the "pung".

But nice too see you used Moddans guide, hes a good friend of mine! We will do a episode together in the future.

 

How well does it accept real parts? Mainly thinking of a T2 setup with wood pump and riot topfolder.

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How did you remove the black stuff btw? Acetone? (tried nail polish remover but didn't work)

 

*just manged it with the back of a scalpel by slowly scrapping it off.... 2 down... 23 to go -_-

 

Actually just natural wear from cycling the shells and playing around with them :P

 

 

Looking good! Really makes me want to get one too.

I will prob never shirmish it since i have a hard time accepting the "pung".

But nice too see you used Moddans guide, hes a good friend of mine! We will do a episode together in the future.

 

How well does it accept real parts? Mainly thinking of a T2 setup with wood pump and riot topfolder.

 

It is a close match to RS 870 AFAIK. However the shells are an "in-between" gauge. I think when I measured and looked it up it was like 14½ gauge or something.

So real mag tubes and extensions and mag tube followers don't work (I tried).

 

Real forends are drop in fit. Real stocks and pistol grips require a tiny bit of mod and customized screws. 

 

So yeah, a T2 buil should be very do-able.

 

I also heard of one guy who pretty much drop-in-fitted a real 870 trigger group in his APS... :o

Thinking about getting one for mine since they don't require a firearms license. 1200-ish KR at Brownells.se

 

And, just last week I got a comment on my trigger group disassembly/reassembly video from a guy that had followed it for his real 870 trigger group without realizing my video was for an airsoft gun :P

 

So yeh :D

 

I've seen Moddans posts at AirsoftSveige and he's a CAM870 fan to say the least :P

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My newest iteration of my APS CAM870 shotgun :o 

 

APS CAM870 MKI/GEN1

APS CAM870 16" threaded barrel

APS CAM870 2" breach muzzle brake

APS CAM870 red fiber optic front sight

APS CAM870 SAI magazine tube nut

APS CAM870 +1 magazine tube extension

RS Mesa Tactical M4 stock adapter

DPMS 6 position Mil-spec buffer tube

DPMS buffer tube castle nut

RS MAGPUL CTR FDE stock

RS MAGPUL MOE AR/M4 FDE pistol grip

RS MAGPUL MOE M870 FDE forend

RS MAGPUL M870 magazine tube clamp

ACM replica Trijicon MRO sight

 

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