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29 October 2007 - 11:59 AMDoes anyone know which type of q-loader mod i could use to attach a q-loader to the side of my R.I.S. hand-guard?
I noticed that the X7 and T9 mods attached via R.I.S. but I'm assuming there would most likely be some sort of conflict with the mods and my gun, as usual.
29 October 2007 - 11:56 AMDid you ever get it working?
11 October 2007 - 08:12 AMA kitten dies everytime you start threads like this...
Cost =/= Results
I've seen 2 guys try this both spent afew hundred bucks on systems that where state of the art. Results? Masks that don't fit, can't see clearly, off balance markers and a load of dead weight. You stick your gun over the bunker to see what's over it, it gets lit up and you just broke your camera. In general play unless you ONLY play outlaw where you can make your own rules, stuff like this is a waste, you'd be much better off spending this effort on practicing snap shooting.
I only play outlaw
and as far as cost go, Im not to worried about it. i'm a tinkerer lol
the stuff to do it is alot cheaper then I thought, and I got a hold of this guy on youtube.com that had a video of his gun mounted camera with external screen, he had it going to a large screen tv instead of a small lcd screen through a normal video plug and the 1.8inch lcd screen with the 320x240 resolution was only 79.99
and the camera is 139.99
I have an idea to protect the camera to, its 1x1x1 inch, so getting it to fit inside a hollowed out red dot or flashlight wont be a problem, and just keep a clear protective cover over the from, camera will still see out, and if some paint happens to land, it'll hit the clear from, not the camera
There always has to be a pessimist trying to knock down a good idea. I also think that it's not all that expensive of an idea, and it could be easily placed into a safe housing to prevent any breaking of parts. And you don't just have to play outlaw to use it. Plus, it's a freaking 2.5 inch lcd screen with a camera as big as my thumb. How exactly is that supposed to add any substantial dead weight to your loadout?....... It doesn't. It will weigh a maximum of 2 pounds if that (more like 1).
Build this thing! I'll do some research of my own.
10 October 2007 - 12:49 PMTeam has separated.
10 October 2007 - 12:38 PMI've really been wanting to try this too! But I guarantee it's going to be very expensive and difficult to get the camera image to the smaller screen. I'll check back here for suggestions later!