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  1. A photo of the shotgun. Duct taped together. I have assembled all the 3d printed parts to make the mount and have painted it so it looks real swish. No photo of the whole gun yet as I'm wanting to get some black gaffer tape to tape the wiring down instead of silver. But other than that, it is finished and ready for the game this weekend.
  2. It works. However, I accidentally broke the mag catch while removing the supports. I won't be making the file available yet as I want to do some revisions.
  3. Is there a limit on the number of times a post can be edited? Or a time limit for editing? I can edit the above post, but other posts I have made and edited I can't.
  4. On the front page, it ought to be "Access the country's largest knowlege library for airsoft."
  5. I can get to the Gallery through the Unread Content page (and also by adding '/gallery' to asnz.co.nz), but I haven't been able to spot a Gallery link on the home page.
  6. I was just messing around with my tri shot gun but it seems to have become a project gun. So, here's what I have done and here's what I plan to do... 1) I made a wood stock. My previous stock broke. Twice. For more pictures go to the album Final product Then I wanted a adapter so I can use a high cap mag. but not just any mag. An AK mag. Step one was to find a suitable AK mag adapter I could use as a base. I found an AK to M4 adapter and printed it off to test it. Success! (If you want this file it is here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:751642 ) Step two was to see if I could combine two files to make a new one (I have never done 3D printing before). So I took an M4 to AUG adapter (found here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:620955) and combined it with the AK-M4 adapter to make this: Which I printed. (File can be found here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1399263) Success! Then I made my own adapter. It is in the queue to print right now. Will it work? Who knows! I also made a railed grip for the other trishot. No files available yet as I'm still working on it. It was a partial success. The grip performs fine. The action bar on the other hand... Did not like it. Finally. I am currently working on mounting a flash to the shotgun and rigging it up so that it fires when the trigger is pulled to imitate a muzzle flash. Here's the flash; Here's the 3D printed rail to mount the flash onto: file for rail thing: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:116635 For more pictures go to the album And that is as far as I have got. I'm expecting the adapter to be done by Monday. The only thing I need to work out how to do for the flash is where and how to mount the switch. Otherwise, everything is going brilliantly. Oh, and I guess making a new, steel action bar is on the to do list as well. Apologies if the files are large, I can't seem to be able to edit album images.
  7. I can't see the projects subforum.
  8. A bb ammo counter? A compass? ...that's all I can think of.
  9. Fun. Being able to have a real and an airsoft version?
  10. Well, the project died. The metal didn't like being cut, it's very brittle. It's the same reason the body was in my scrap parts pile to begin with. Trying to bend it back into position caused it to snap completely. Oh well, like I said, it was scrap parts anyway.
  11. It's roughly similar to a Vityaz. The problem is that the receiver is too long. And that I'm using a AK 47 beta. And that a Vityaz magwell is plastic. But hey, I've been using an AK beta for a while, I don't that inaccuracies are going to stop me now.
  12. Well I have a spare MP5 body lying around, the front bit broke and so it's a bit useless unless I want a MP5 ultra k. So I thought, why not? At the moment that's just a picture of the mp5 body lying under the ak. But the plan is to cut off the mp5 magwell, join that to a ak magazine and put in some tubing.
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