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Old 04-21-2011, 04:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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T9 mod idea: E-Bullpup

So, I was reading the posts about making a t8/9 Full auto. Everybody is looking at ways to mechanically make them work. Why not a electronic frame mounted forward under the tactical rail on a T9? Remove the sear on the e-frame, reverse the solenoid to push backwards, and add a link arm.

Anyone see a problem with the theory here? I've got 90% of the parts needed, and what I don't have should be cheap enough. I'm thinking the actual mods to the T9 will be minimal, just a small slot for the rod to enter the frame...

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I might even go with the whole 'thumbhole' idea.

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Old 04-21-2011, 05:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I had thought about this too. You could link a microswitch to the existing trigger and place the internals in a fake magazine. The only problem I can think of is getting the linkage past the safety mechanism. If you cana do that then it's a matter of your electrical expertise. I hate electronic anything, so I havent attempted it myself.

I'd really like to see a mod that allows you to switch from mechanical to electrical just like the Phenom.
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I'd remove the T9's safety and use the safety on the e-grip. with the t9's trigger removed, the safety wouldn't work anywho. But now that I think of it, the place the safety was would be a great place to pass the linkarm into the frame....
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So you're planning on loping off the existing grip? Or just make a new one? Either way I'm interested to see where this goes. Because thats just begging for a q-loader.
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had the T9 q-loaded before. was nice. Now I longbow.

Not considering removing the existing grip, will need it for loading the FS rounds. Considering fabbing up a piece that turns the back of the stock grip and back of the marker into the 'stock'. Totally removable. I'm hoping to do minimal cuts to the plastic frame.

all I really want is either a RT or burst mode. plus e-cookie points.
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Old 04-21-2011, 05:45 PM   #6 (permalink)
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You pull this off and I will personally give you ALL of my e-cookies.
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you shall receive many e-cookies from me if u can do this
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Old 04-21-2011, 07:37 PM   #8 (permalink)
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I mean it seems like it would work, right?
The trigger on the Tiberius is so mechanical, it just pushes the linkage arm back to trip the sear. In theory, if you can push the linkage arm back you can trip the sear and fire the thing..

Can the valve assembly/everything else handle rapid fire? It should.. but I don't know anything about the valve/firing guts.

I'm not gonna try it with my beloved T9 but feel free to try it yourself! The only thing that would HAVE to get chopped up is the front shroud, I mean there would be no need to cut anything off the entire frame/guts of the pistol.
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can the little reg on the side of the marker stand up to higher rates of fire?
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Old 04-21-2011, 07:59 PM   #10 (permalink)
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I actually have a design in CAD right now to run an external air line on a T9.0. If the stock reg cant keep up, I could modify the design to allow you to completely bypass the stock reg and put a palmers or other reg on the outside of the gun. The only problem is that that would not allow you to run 12g's, you would have to stick to a bulk tank.

@Melkson; Let me know if you need any help with any machine work. I've already made a backbottle adapter for my T9 so i have the tooling to make the dovetail.
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