This project has been done for quite a while now.
The reason I havenít posted it yet was because I had planned to do it to my Crossbow, until I decided it would be extremely large on it.
Much thanks go to Falcon for thinking up this crazy scheme. I probably wouldnít have been able to think of it myself.
But enough talk.
Here it is.
As you can see, I integrated a DTG onto the front of an LS. Inside I ran a metal wire from the DTG trigger out to a keyring. I wanted a separate trigger for the DTG, since it has more shots than the standard front gun integration; in a war situation, I might want to save my main gunís shot, but rush at people firing the DTG.
I believe it is the best integration (for the LS) yet. I now have twelve main shots (thanks to Slugís mags), and ten back up shots! Itís perfect for rushing, and could probably take out a small group of people.
But the ingenuity of it is really in how itís primed. The DTG is attached up-side-down, so that I can use the cocking handle to cock it, like a pump action shotgun. The method of cocking is what makes it special, and all credit for this goes to Falcon. The screws ending up on the same side after the DTG was flipped is like a sign it was meant to be.
Due to the DTG being a good deal bigger than the front gun, it does make the gun a little front heavy, but with a strap (not shown), the front weight is still bearable even when removing a hand to cock the main gun.
Edited by OfAllTheNerf, 16 July 2007 - 09:13 AM.