It will fit onto a clipped down Recon stock and has space in side for an extra spring if you want to give your gun a power stock. It is 24cm long, a couple longer than the recon stock, aft of the part that fits onto the back of the gun.
It is based on the stock from the FG42.
It will be CNC'd in walnut and hand-oiled. The goal is to make about ten of these and add them to modified N-strike guns which will have internal mods courtesy of Orange Mod Works. The guns will be repainted with vinyl dye and acrylic. The goal is to approximate this look:
I didn't make it. Its from ~PanzerForge on Deviant art.
I plan to make a few other variations, including one based on the MG42 stock, but less curvy.
The finish will be a dark reddish brown.
I will probably be selling the modified guns on Etsy or at conventions. I'm not the biggest fan of Ebay.
The render is purple only because that's the layer I'm working on and the layers in Rhino are color coded. Its not unlike photoshop in concept.
I need your input and suggestions. This model as you see here is pretty much done however. What I would like to know is if you think it is too curvy. The curve, like I said, is inspired by the FG-42 mk2's stock. It looks pretty darn good on that. I would likely put this stock on a Recon rather than, say, an alpha trooper. For an AT i was thinking of something a bit more like what you'd see on a SAW gun but straighter, with less of a down angle.
I might produce one or two other cosmetic doodads for these guns including iron sights and muzzle brakes. Depending on how much it costs to have them CNC'd or printed that is. I expect the guns would go for around 150 or more. Convention-going nerds are known to shell out big bucks for cool things. That's the hope. If I have to sell for a lot less that's fine but i won't go below 100 USD.
I can post other views of this thing later if you request. I hope you like it!
Edited by spacephrawg, 20 July 2011 - 09:53 AM.