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Old 05-04-2010, 02:08 AM   #11 (permalink)
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WOW I agree nice Carbine, Im in the middle of a build my self of an amazing Carbine and you have pretty much the same idea going I was planning,

I was thinking about that Lapco drop forward as well I see it looks Great!

Please explain your double trigger, any custom milling need to be done to it or is it accesories you can buy and in no need of butchering, I was planning on turning my carbine into a speedball-ish type of marker like yours and would love a double trigger, I was thinking of modding it like a 98 trigger frame and putting the FANG trigger on the carbine with RT.

I SO DIG THAT YOU USED A COAT HANGER AS A TRIGGER GUARD!!! I tip my hat to you sir
The double trigger was an old upgrade, just cut off trigger guard and drop in. I forget who made it, maybe lapco? There was also a complete frame with a double trigger and guard, I saw someone selling one on here not too long ago, I think APP made them. I used the stock tippmann asa on my lapco drop, the lapco asa is straight, tippmann's angles down.

I explained how to make the trigger pull really short in this thread- Mods For Pro Carbine? but if you're going R/T I'm not sure if you'd really want to do that.

I've used coat hangers for many things, I love using things for something other than their real purpose
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Old 05-04-2010, 02:26 AM   #12 (permalink)
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yeah tippmannparts.com has the double trigger frame, I was contemplating on it but wasnt quite sure about it, yours pulls a great look off, definetly give me some more idea's what I want done to mine

Coat hangers are handy too.
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Old 05-04-2010, 06:59 PM   #13 (permalink)
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i just started making a stock in shop class turning out pretty good so far
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Old 05-04-2010, 07:49 PM   #14 (permalink)
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ok,
here's one I mistook for BrettG's 68 carbine SMG.


edit: This one is actually it:
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Old 05-04-2010, 08:51 PM   #15 (permalink)
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BretG built a carbine identical to that as well. His mag was a pvc copy of the smg's, iirc.
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my mistake.
It was BrettG.
Smiley made the SMG covered in wood...
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i like that make but what is that meatl or pvc
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as per Chappy's post, PVC.
I asked him about SMG mods and got that picture in response.
I've wanted to convert my SMG to a drum mag ever since.
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i got my pro lite today idk what im going to do first i already started making a stock but how do adjust the volacity
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There's a screw in the bottom of the gun, just in front of the air supply line to the valve. Screw in to lower, out to raise velocity. If you want better air efficiency get a shorter bolt that won't stick into the powertube, just long enough to hold it in place, and get/make a RVA to adjust hammer spring tension.
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