Im only throwing this together for some people have a hard time with creativity. I don't really like reading lengthy intro's so here we go.
Flash light/laser light of choice ( I got mine at a local hardware store, It has 8 pure white LED's and a red laser in one, only 13.99)
Longshot CS-6 Scope
Shiny Material (I.E aluminum foil, soda can, reflective tape)
button "extender" (I used a bolt)
1/2" pipe insulation ( or something else to wrap aroung your light)
Step 1. Take apart your LS scope. There are 6 screws total, all clearly visible. Don't forget to remove the end caps. The cap on the back should come off by simply tugging lightly. However, the cap on the front of the scope is rather hard to remove. I used a flat head to pry it off, once it starts moving you should be able to pull it right off.
Step 2. Once your scope is apart, you need to decide where you want to put your light exactly, then mark on the outside of the scope where you want the button to be.
Step 3. Im assuming your light won't fit perfectly in your scope, so your going to have to wrap it with something to hold it tight. I used 1/2" pvc foam insulation, I duct taped it directly to my light. Kinda like this.
Step 4. Once your light is ready, drill your hole and find something that is long enough to go all the way down, and also fits the actual hole. (please don't quote that) I simple put a bolt in there, upside down. then cut it off later.
Step 5. Duct tape the inside of the scope so when you put the light in, it will stay in place.
Step 6. Duct tape your shiny material into the scope, where the light will actually shine, like in every flashlight you've ever seen.
Step 7. Place the light in, put the button extender in, make sure it all fits nice and snug, then screw it all back together!
( I had to take pictures after I actually finished the mod, so heres one that kinda shows everything)
No its not a great write-up its only my first, please don't flame. I'll be happy to answer any questions, and constructive criticism is totally welcome. Thanks for taking a look!
Edited by Link, 20 May 2009 - 09:07 PM.