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#1 VelveetaAvenger

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Posted 11 January 2009 - 09:53 PM

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Nothing too spectacular with the AT2K integration. I just cleared some space out for the tank at the front, and the pump is nearly the same diameter as the old longshot barrel, so it fits perfectly. I attached it all to one side with epoxy putty, and it's holding up fairly well. You'll have to hold the tank in place for a while to make sure it sets straight. The trigger connector is the tough part, I ended up using a hanger and more putty. Its solid and gets the job done, but the pull gets really heavy so I put a piece of rubber on the trigger as a cushion.

Anybody who bought a Tech Target Knock Off from Target over the holidays finally has a use for it. The spring is the same diameter as the LSFG spring, and much more powerful. I had to break about a 1/3 of the length off, and I took the trigger spring off a Blast Bazooka to reinforce the catch spring. Drill out the AR and add a bunch of silicone lube (to the guide rails as well) and you should be ready to put everything back together.

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The finished product, I decided to call this one The Hobgoblin. I haven't done too much of a range test yet because it's cold outside, but the TTKO spring makes a big difference in front gun power. As far as the AT2K is concerned I just went with a rose art barrel because I have no desire to make stefans. I'm pretty pleased with how it turned out!
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Posted 11 January 2009 - 10:14 PM

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Nothing too spectacular with the AT2K integration. I just cleared some space out for the tank at the front, and the pump is nearly the same diameter as the old longshot barrel, so it fits perfectly. I attached it all to one side with epoxy putty, and it's holding up fairly well. You'll have to hold the tank in place for a while to make sure it sets straight. The trigger connector is the tough part, I ended up using a hanger and more putty. Its solid and gets the job done, but the pull gets really heavy so I put a piece of rubber on the trigger as a cushion.

Anybody who bought a Tech Target Knock Off from Target over the holidays finally has a use for it. The spring is the same diameter as the LSFG spring, and much more powerful. I had to break about a 1/3 of the length off, and I took the trigger spring off a Blast Bazooka to reinforce the catch spring. Drill out the AR and add a bunch of silicone lube (to the guide rails as well) and you should be ready to put everything back together.

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The finished product, I decided to call this one The Hobgoblin. I haven't done too much of a range test yet because it's cold outside, but the TTKO spring makes a big difference in front gun power. As far as the AT2K is concerned I just went with a rose art barrel because I have no desire to make stefans. I'm pretty pleased with how it turned out!




I have the tech target knock off and I am getting 65, you just have to fix the plunger head because all the air escapes from there.
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Posted 11 January 2009 - 10:22 PM

You are not getting 65' with the Longshot front gun.
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Posted 11 January 2009 - 10:26 PM

Nice work, I've always wanted to do this sort of thing to the front gun but never got the chance.

Edited by deaddumpster, 11 January 2009 - 10:43 PM.

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Posted 11 January 2009 - 10:42 PM

You are not getting 65' with the Longshot front gun.



No I am getting 65 with my tech target ripoff. I renforced the internals, added another spring, used silencing foam to ruduce noise and shock from plunger,and I cpvc the barrel, added a better I-ring, renforced the plunged head, and I putbungies on it.
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#6 VelveetaAvenger

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Posted 12 January 2009 - 01:38 AM

Ah, I was really confused earlier as to why you would want to get 65 TTKO's, but now I understand. I had plans to at least get the plunger working on mine, but since I already have a nice Tech Target I never got around to it.
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Posted 12 January 2009 - 07:05 AM

Very nice I really like the trigger design for the AT2K. Normally I would've attached a key ring to it instead because I have a lack of materials.
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