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Member Title:
I mod while you sleep
Age:
38 years old
Birthday:
August 8, 1976
Gender:
Male Male
Location:
Chicago

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Website URL  http://www.hogsden.net

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AirH0g

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  1. In Topic: A custom phantom project

    30 December 2008 - 07:37 PM

    Looks pretty sweet, has a great overall look to it. Cant wait to see it finished
  2. In Topic: Custom Markers

    16 December 2008 - 07:09 PM

    Well i cant pass up a chance to show off now can i :( ...

    A5 turned into a bolt action 10 round Cheytac M200 (Shooter) and yes it still needs paint lol...


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  3. In Topic: It is my pleasure to introduce you to SHIVA

    10 August 2008 - 03:21 AM

    View PostMaDuce, on Aug 9 2008, 11:00 PM, said:

    I see Airhog is liking the multi-barrel shroud. The stock is interesting. Is there a reason it's attached to the grip, other than for support?



    Yeah i love my new shrouds:) I hate making them though lol. Just made 30 in different lengths, i have to mill drill or tap 60 holes for each shroud, so after 1800 or so holes it gets boring ;) Its worth it though, they are SICK and freaking bulletproof. The stock was just a design me and WC worked out for this project, it was mostly made to give good mask clearance, the tube is actually an inch lower and the but pad is up pretty high. The but pad is also adjustable up or down.

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    Aaron723 

    10 Aug 2008 - 16:30
    I wish I could afford some of your custom stuff.
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