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Old 10-18-2012, 11:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Putting A T9.1 Into a Stock

I was thinking of getting a l96 stock and fitting a 9.1 body into it.
what do you guys think about this?

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Old 10-19-2012, 12:31 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I was thinking about something like this (though I don't know which stock I want to use yet, probably the first one I find cheap that looks like it might work right), though for my T9.

If you look at the way the trigger works, it uses a long flat bar to go from the trigger to the sear assembly. One should be able to flip that flat bar around (might have to fabricate a new one) to move the trigger behind the grip. Cut off the trigger guard, and the grip is now just a mag well, with the trigger mounted in the stock. Trim stock to fit, fabricate a few detail parts, and presto.

At least that's the idea. Haven't had a chance to tinker with it yet.
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Yeah I was thinking the same thing. And since the buttstock on a l96 is so big I can fit my 13 ci tank in it(I think)
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Old 10-19-2012, 01:32 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I just started my own FS project that'll end up crammed in an L96 body, and while the stock certainly looks to be long enough, it's not wide enough, so you'll have to cut a portion out the length of the stock for the tank to fit. Unless you plan to run it on top of the stock, which is what I'm picturing given how I'm imagining the T9.1 body will sit in the body.

* I just measured my L96, and the stock is 1.7 inches wide at its fattest.
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thanks for the info! yeah i might make a bent piece for the back reg so it goes into the stock. or at-least follows it.
or maybe put the tank under the barrel in the front stock? and use it as a grip.

EDIT: or do something like this
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You could probably stick a reducer in the back ASA, and run some line to another ASA in the front of the stock, and that way you can have the air tank inside the stock like in the pic above.
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Old 10-22-2012, 09:06 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Good lord, while i was looking up pics of an L96 stock i clicked one site and it redirected me to some porn site then i couldn't get back out of it. I am glad i was not caught haha.

I think it would be cool to see a tiberius marker in a rifle stock but i think it would be a tricky thing to pull off. Definetly possible just tricky. Do you plan to keep it mag fed?
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thats the thing... i don't know if i can keep it magfed. if i can. i will. and also i have access to a cnc so making it fit wont be too hard...i hope
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Hate to say it...but it's already been done. UMS did it with a T9 a couple years ago. Ill dig for some pictures when if I turn my computer on sometime soon, but someone else will probably beat me to it.
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I don't care if its been done it just seems like something fun and I wanted to get some ideas before I started . But thoose pictures will help.
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