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#26 nerfnut23

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Posted 14 November 2008 - 10:10 PM

Or put some 1/8" polycarbonate in between, and use a frontgun grip as the cocking handle and the LSFG trigger, and use the other centered in the back in place of the 2 actual triggers. Complex, but done right, 2 100' shots simultaneously. Hard to miss.

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Posted 15 November 2008 - 11:25 AM

You might as well try just to carry two longshots in separate hands. I think that if you ever get this done, you'll need to minimize it, made the charging handles separate, and get the clips in the right place. Of course it will be nice when its done. But will you be able to run around with it?
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Posted 17 November 2008 - 03:42 PM

Or put some 1/8" polycarbonate in between, and use a frontgun grip as the cocking handle and the LSFG trigger, and use the other centered in the back in place of the 2 actual triggers. Complex, but done right, 2 100' shots simultaneously. Hard to miss.


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#29 clutchjunkie

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Posted 17 November 2008 - 06:23 PM

If someone was REALLY serious about this, they could mount the LS's side by side, but modify the handle so it would be in the center of both blasters. This would also allow the same charging handle to be used for both LS's. You could then construct two +bows and mount them where the FG's would be, offsetting them to the sides a little so you can still cock them. Under the left +bow, you could integrate a dtg, and under the right one you could epoxy a magstrike clip so the actual magstrike slides onto the clip, and fires by a string on the trigger. On top of the LSx2 just put a vulcan, and on top of that put an SSPB with an AT2k turret. For added functionality, mount a manta on the side so you can swing this bad boy around and block shots at wars and stuff.

All of these should fire off of the same trigger. Just an idea.
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#30 Essential 2 Life

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Posted 17 November 2008 - 06:54 PM

Clutchjunkie, that would be heavy, really really heavy.

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Posted 17 November 2008 - 07:08 PM

Way to recognize sarcasm, tool.

Clutchjunkie, that was hilarious.
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#32 nerfnut23

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Posted 17 November 2008 - 09:47 PM

Or put some 1/8" polycarbonate in between, and use a frontgun grip as the cocking handle and the LSFG trigger, and use the other centered in the back in place of the 2 actual triggers. Complex, but done right, 2 100' shots simultaneously. Hard to miss.


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Actually, I meant that the front trigger fires the left gun, back fires right. Tough to do but answers the firing problem. And the LS cocks from the bolt unlike,say ,a NF where you pull on the plunger directly. so that problem is mostly gone. Really hard to do but worth it.
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