P90 & FN2000 Ion Mods by FunkyDiver at Milsimog forums. Amazing!
Posted 19 November 2007 - 08:40 PM
i see you are using the lucky body kit. nice to have a bolt out back system, especially when accessing the bolt is tricky with that body kit. I am looking to do my own Ion mod with the bolt out back ion xe.
hey funky. in order to get the feedneck coming out at a 45 degree angle did you just slant then entire Ion on that angle, or somehow change just the feedneck angle? That angle is perfect, and would be a great match with the q loader sp8 kit.
Posted 20 November 2007 - 03:09 AM
"and DZ, I love that pic so much. If you were a girl, and not just a dude who looked like a girl, I would kiss you." mrwaterbuffalo, 1:17 AM "DZ, what are you?" -SnV- "He are legend." -Veritech Squad-
Posted 23 November 2007 - 08:01 AM
Nothing similar in respect to how it would have to be done.
Im not sure why you would want to use an Etek anyhow...
The ion will do what you need it to, trust me, and besides... The ion can be had cheap, and the rounded tube of the firing-can will make things easier when it comes to tilting that feed neck over.
Think about it a bit, before you messup that Etek. To nice of a marker to hack up imo. But its your call.
Posted 23 November 2007 - 08:11 AM
First I need to finish the Automag mod that I'm making. Then I have to work on the Bolt Action that I want. Then I think that I will get an Ion and a FN2000 body. Might take a while but it will be worth it.
Posted 16 December 2007 - 05:07 PM
Posted 16 December 2007 - 09:26 PM
Just google the style of gun you want, and then put the word airsoft in the box with the gun of your choice.
You'll get loads of sights for each one if the model you are after is manufactured from an airsoft company.
Another easy way to find what your after, is to do the above and search it for pictures.
Once you see the picture of the airsoft you want, you can just click on the thumb nail to go directly to the page with that particular picture and gun you want.
Posted 17 December 2007 - 09:04 PM
Once you think an idea, and procedure of how your going to mount it good, be sure to take what you've desided and analize this as if it where in final function. Make double sure everything will work as planned.
Once you devised a set plan, then and only then should you make permenant cuts, or holes in places you wont be sorry about if it doesnt work right the first time.
But if you have patience, and some basic fabrication skills, you should have no problem with your moding experience.
If you dont have a dremel tool, you should really get one, or borrow someones. They are invaluable to this sorta thing.
Good luck, and be sure to post up if you get the time. ~WC~
Posted 17 December 2007 - 10:53 PM
Posted 23 December 2007 - 11:22 PM
Posted 25 December 2007 - 01:19 AM
I go a slightly different route with the way I do this however.
I find that the power button is in a bad location, so I also remote the on/off, and programming switch to the rear of the marker. This is something that is usually requested from those that I build the mod for.
Makes it very easy to operate, and eliminates the need to cut holes in the shell.
This is more of a permanent modification, however not impossible to convert back.
Another way to do this, is with the use of a virtue board and DM4 membrain pad, or one similar in function from another company, such as APE, and T-boards. If you have one of these boards already they will easily adapt for remote location.
I am currently learning how to mod a stock board for compatibility with a DM4 pad for a standard practice with all the mods I build.
Posted 28 December 2007 - 05:52 AM