I'll defiilty buy a kit. How much work do I have to do when I recieve it? Is it hard? Can you list in steps what to do?
Step 1: Open body shell of the the gun and remove the bipod legs.
Step 2: Cut the body shell halves as shown in the photo on this document. http://www.captainsl.../ls-shotgun.doc
Step 3: Put the gun shell halves together temporarily (don't tighten any screws, just use some masking tape to hold the halves together for the next two steps)
Step 4: Feed the threaded rod through the bolts sled
Step 5: Slide the foregrip side pieces onto both ends of the threaded rod. Now use a permanent marker to mark the spots on the front of the gun where you will need to drill the holes for the slides.
Step 6: With the gun still taped together drill the two holes (3/16th" diameter)
Step 7: Untape the gun and open it to clear out and plastic shavings that resulted from the drilling. Now thread the short bolts outwards through the holes you drilled and affix to the shell with a hex nut.
Step 8: Screw the two body shell halves back together.
Step 9: Install the foregrip on the gun.
I am starting tonight and will keep a photographic log of the above process that will illustrate every step. If you have ANY type of cutting tool (rotary tool, hacksaw, jigsaw, scrollsaw...) and a powerdrill you will be able to install the kit.
Edited by CaptainSlug, 08 September 2006 - 05:08 PM.
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