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Pink XTM - Yeah, no purpose at all. It is (more like was) a girl's gun. I think that explains what needs to be.

 

Extended mag release - that is actually the real OdinWorks one that Crusader copied a year later its release. :) For a small girl with small hands it made weapon manipulation easier. But if you have no problems reaching the mag release button then there is no point in getting one.

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Pink XTM - Yeah, no purpose at all. It is (more like was) a girl's gun. I think that explains what needs to be.

 

Extended mag release - that is actually the real OdinWorks one that Crusader copied a year later its release. :) For a small girl with small hands it made weapon manipulation easier. But if you have no problems reaching the mag release button then there is no point in getting one.

Oh really? Didn't know of the real equivalent! I don't think I really need it for manipulations sake but it looks pretty cool that's why I have it! Got to get a proper mag catch that is assembled the right way rather than a grub screw though.. G&P steel is on order :)

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@Got Wood? Nice! What type of mag converter is that? I have the STAR one and I'm annoyed by the scarce amount of magazines to be found and the fact that the magazines stick out too far. You don't seem to have that issue...

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Evike sells MP5 mags adaptors and MP5 straight mags, not very purist, but looks are good enough and there are no supplying problems for mags or adaptors

 

BTW: The gun looks awesome, simple as that

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This is probably sacrilege to colt purists

[iMAGE]

 

I'm loving the old-school set-up you've got here!

 

Which model of AIMPOINT mount are you using? I'm looking for something similar for my Black-Hawk Down inspired M653 build (pictures to follow)... 

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I'm loving the old-school set-up you've got here!

 

Which model of AIMPOINT mount are you using? I'm looking for something similar for my Black-Hawk Down inspired M653 build (pictures to follow)...

The aim point is actually a really cheap clone. It's a hawke sport dot. £18 brand new. Really good quality, despite being made from plastic and having the words hawke sport dot on the side it's perfect for Airsoft. Clear as you like. The mount I'm not too sure on. Got it off a friend who bought a real miniature acog and this came with it as well. Believe it's real spec but can't find much info on it. Perfect but of mount, as it brings the rod just over the rear sights and not too high up for cqb still.

 

@Got Wood? Nice! What type of mag converter is that? I have the STAR one and I'm annoyed by the scarce amount of magazines to be found and the fact that the magazines stick out too far. You don't seem to have that issue...

This is the G&P. They did a run of these but with Nagpur furniture. Another forum member built it to an old school spec and I stole it from him in exchange for some round pieces of metal which I hear are quite useful.

 

No adapter per say, but the pins and shelf for the mag can be removed to allow for a 5.56 mag. Also needs a new hip unit if doing that I believe as the one in there now is too short on the feed tube

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My treasured Polarstar. Literally a ground up build and I am very happy with it! Soon to change again but really it'll stay similar to this with a longer barrel and suppressor!

 

Build List:

 

Internals:

Polarstar Fusion Engine V2

Black Nozzle

S2 Lightning Banjo

PDI Inner Barrel

Prowin Hop Unit

Prometheus Purple Rubber

Maple Leaf Flat Hop Tensioner

SPEED Adjustable Trigger

AMPED Grip Line

 

Externals:

Madbull JP Rifles Receiver - US ARMY Olive Drab Cerakote

PTS Centurion Arms CMR 12.5" - US ARMY Olive Drab Cerakote

PTS BAD-*albatross* Selector

Crusader Odin Works Extended Selector

Magpul PTS UBR Stock 

Magpul PTS MIAD Grip

Magpul PTS MVG

ACM CMR Rail Kit

ACM Surefire M600U

NightEvolution Dual button Tape Switch

Crusader MB556K Brake - Modified for a Madbull 

PTS EPM Magazine

Magpul USA Magpul OD

KAC Iron Sights

Madbull Daniel Defence 11.5" Government Outerbarrel

ACM Larue SPR Mount

Vision King Short Dot

 

 

 

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The nsr is very slim but buy real if you can.

 

The kac urx 3.1 is semi slim the new keymod not a clue.

 

Try slim ar15 rail blah blah blah.

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Does anyone know if there are any "skinny" rifle length handguards floating around out there?

 

Are you looking for literal handguards to fit into the standard delta ring? I know the MOE SL is relatively slim, but I believe only for midlength gas systems. 

 

Or a rifle length rail system? The VTAC, URX4, NSR, JP Handguards, Midwest Industries SS series, and Yankee Hill systems are all generally very slim and lightweight. 

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Are you looking for literal handguards to fit into the standard delta ring? I know the MOE SL is relatively slim, but I believe only for midlength gas systems.

 

Or a rifle length rail system? The VTAC, URX4, NSR, JP Handguards, Midwest Industries SS series, and Yankee Hill systems are all generally very slim and lightweight.

They make a rifle length

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GHK based MK18

This picture is full of win. Except SAI Glock slide. ZEV would be better ;).

 

 

Nah, it's OK ;).

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