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  1. In Topic: What to do?

    16 October 2009 - 12:10 PM

    View PostTheEnd, on Oct 10 2009, 07:38 PM, said:

    Model 98 anti aircraft gun replica. It would be completely impractical, but would also be awesome to have at a scenario.

    If you had four available, you could set them up as a fixed-mount quad and simply use geared electric motors with cams on the shafts, controlled using a momentary pushbutton switch on a spade trigger, to actuate the triggers.
  2. In Topic: How to put a 98 custom in a new body

    10 October 2009 - 12:16 PM

    View Postkdk058, on Sep 15 2009, 05:16 PM, said:

    i want to put the inner workings of a 98 c into a custom body tips , techniques , a walkthrough? , anything would be awsome , i have experiance in advanced mechanics so no problem im just not sure how id go about this............ :)

    Unless you have metalworking equipment (horizontal and/or vertical axis milling machines, a drill press, and possibly a lathe), you'll have to create fully-dimensioned mechanical drawings of parts that fit the internals that a machinist can use to make you what you'd want. The necessary precision isn't reasonably attainiable without the tools and tooling or without outsourcing the fabrication to somebody who does have the tools and tooling.

    Start by reverse-engineering the internal dimensions and go from there (it worked for Japanese companies in the 1950s with American-made goods so there's no reason that the same starting point shouldn't work for you)....
  3. In Topic: What to do?

    10 October 2009 - 12:06 PM

    I say make an M1 Carbine (or two). As long as you are comfortable with fairly extensive modifications, almost anything under the sun is probably fair game.
  4. In Topic: full auto tippy?

    10 October 2009 - 12:03 PM

    View PostLegato, on Sep 24 2009, 11:22 PM, said:

    View PostTheEnd, on Sep 24 2009, 07:48 PM, said:

    View Postbuckshot 00, on Sep 24 2009, 05:09 PM, said:

    dose anyone have any idea as to how to make a tippmann 98 full auto with out an e trigger? i have access to a whole machine shop and i am not afraid to mutalate the gun

    Don't do it. It will just turn it into a blender. Response triggers are fairly cheap, and they can be tuned to be practically automatic.

    agreed. Don't do it. The paper clip mod just turns the tippy into a full blender and won't fire, as it is not fully cycling. RT works to mimic full auto, but is banned at the vast majority of legit fields because of it, insurance won't allow the field to let people use it. To cheap and easy to do full auto without any skill behind it.

    Not to mention that it can cause enough wear and tear (needing to replace the sear, hammer/rear bolt, sometimes some of the springs, and rarely cause cracks in the receiver due to the unrestricted cyclic stress caused by the uncontrolled cycling) to the 98C that could have saved money and aggravation by buying the e-trigger in the first place. The simple fact is that there's no such thing as a free lunch.
  5. In Topic: I need help on figurin what to do.

    10 October 2009 - 11:58 AM

    Make a very small investment in a basic set of files and rasps, especially if you go with modifying a firearm stock.



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