Hot glue and a strong epoxy of some kind
PVC pipe cutters
Hot glue gun
Open the scope in any way you want. After taking out the screws, you still must contend with the yellow rings. I just completely cut them off with some pipe cutters. A hacksaw or Dremel would suffice. However you do it, it should look like this.
Dremel out the little tabs on both sides
Now screw the sides back together. You should cut a two notches on either side for the 2k turret. You need to glue the 2k valve into the turret, otherwise triggering it will pull the valve out. Apply hot glue and Plumber's Goop liberally to one side of the scope and to the turret and attach the two.
The hot glue should hold it until the Goop sets up. I find it to be perfectly stable glued to only one side, I can rotate it violently and it doesn't give one bit. If you want, you can add a little hot glue to the other side.
You can add a keyring and a pump. I just used the stock 2k pump. As for attaching the pump to the side, put it wherever you feel like, I just glued it to the side.
I realized after reassembly that I left out the rail clip (oops), but it does give me another opportunity to show the innards.
The LS2k on a few guns:
What do you guys think?
Edited by .Z4., 01 September 2008 - 02:08 PM.