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Old 10-09-2012, 01:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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98 project

Wat up guys. im new to the sight figured i'd show off my new project. Used a glock carbine kit i saw on a post trying to use it for the t8/t8.1. i didnt have one of those so i used my 98. fits really well after a lot of cutting and grinding. its not finished however. I still need a sight and an e-trigger. Also, looking for a t9 longbow kit as the feed source. just wanted to see wat u guys thought and if u had any ideas to contribute. thanks

sorry bout the pics bein a lil fuzzy i couldn't find a good setting.



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Mounted the longbow kit and ran the air line through the grip (temporarily)

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Old 10-09-2012, 03:37 PM   #2 (permalink)
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nifty, i like how that came out so far. i wouldnt mind somehing like that myself.
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Old 10-09-2012, 03:45 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Man...that is really clean and slick. I like it.
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thanks friend
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Not bad. The only thing I am not liking is the macro line that is just dangling there. I don't like to see the the connection point between the source and the marker just hanging.
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True. I probably would have left the air routed like it was originally, and ran the remote to the bottomline.
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I would have found a way to run it through the stock myself. That results in cleaner lines, unless you end up sticking a t-fitting with a gauge sticking out one side and a 90 degree macro elbow out the other side.
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Not bad. The only thing I am not liking is the macro line that is just dangling there. I don't like to see the the connection point between the source and the marker just hanging. I would have found a way to run it through the stock myself. That results in cleaner lines, unless you end up sticking a t-fitting with a gauge sticking out one side and a 90 degree macro elbow out the other side.
ya i was trying to figure out how i was going to attach it to the frame. It wasn't going to stay like that. The stock was my next idea, which i am still trying to figure out. might have to get longer line i suppose.for now i temporarily rerouted the line through the grip to kind of clean it up a bit
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After looking at the pictures of the stock more closely I would use at least two street 90* elbows and a 45* elbow. You might need a male to female extender, but I am not sure since I don't have the parts in front of me. The easiest thing to do would be to drill a hole on the bottom and on the right side of the stock for the fittings. Then have the air line run down the side of the marker to the valve.

Another option would be to route the line through the shell and then have it come out above the where the it would go into the valve. Heck if there is enough material on the shroud I would mill out a slot for some macro line to run down the inside of it to the valve. If there is only enough room to do half the diameter of the line there should be enough metal on the 98 to mill out for the other half of the line.
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