Recently I was commissioned to make a longshot pumpgrip that met 2 conditions: it could fit over a LS with no shell modification, and it was cheap.
Here's what I cam up with: a variation on SGNerf's pvc pumpgrip.
As you can see, it looks kinda unwieldy, but it works fine and my small hands can grip it fine. It also fits over a stock LS with removed bipods just fine (SGNerf can fit thinwall pvc over the bipods; thinwall pvc is very uncommon in my area). The pvc arm bars can (supposedly) withstand spring tensions of 14kg and upward. Other than that, I can churn these out for $15.
The JSI (NerfNerds-style inspired) pumpgrip that I use on my own LS, however, is slightly better in my own opinion.
As you can see, it requires a bit of modification to the front of the LS; the bipods CANNOT be reattached, and there is also a gaping hole in the shell (which can be patched). The upside is that the pvc is the same width as the LS shell, and fits quite nicely. Also, the metal brackets are very strong and can stand up to pretty high spring force. I can make these for about $20 - $25 (depending on where I can source parts).
Both designs use a #8 threaded bolt with nylon spacers to connect to the bolt sled.
Here's the (long-awaited) assembled and working Triple Barrel Maverick. I'm naming it "The Pepper Box." It's a take on a three-barrel pistol from the late 1800s. As you can see a few changes from the WIP post that was posted a few weeks back, I have added the new acrylic laser-cut spacers as well as some new reinforcements and a new axis of rotation system. It actually works quite well.
Triple Barrel Mod
OMW 6kg spring
Posts removed (I would not recommend unless the ARs are removed AND dead space is removed)
Acrylic laser-cut spacers
Reinforcements to front of shell
Black/grey paintjob (TBA later on)
FOR SALE: SPACERS & TBM COMMISSIONS
Well, my laser-cut acrylic spacers finally came in for the TBM that I've been working on. The original plywood spacers that I had made didn't quite cut it. So here is my nice new stack of spacer sets.
Other than that, we can now offer Triple Barrel Maverick mods to the public. The total mod package includes:
The triple barrel Maverick with:
3 revolving barrels with 6 shots each
Quality acrylic turret spacers
6kg OMW spring
Also, if anyone is interested in buying the spacers alone (if you're like me and don't have a cnc router or laser) to do the modding yourself, the set runs for $20, +$3.50 shipped to anywhere in the US or +$13 shipped international.
DIY TBM mod packages are also available which include both the spacers and OMW 6kg spring, and run for $30, +$3.50 shipped to anywhere in the US or +$13 shipped international.
As of July. 18, 2013, I have acquired 2 more sets of spacers. These are solely for entire commissions, and will not be sold off individually.
We have happened upon quite a unique site recently, which supplies handy little Nerf accesories. It happens to be Slydev.com, a store run from Australia, and they offer an assortment of pieces that help turn Nerf guns into much, much more. Whether you are looking to add a 22mm rail, iron sights, a jolt adapter, or maybe convert a single N-strike rail into 2-3, Slydev has just the part for the job.
We are now happy to offer these parts on all commissions (permitting the time/cost to import them):
-Rail conversion (multiple N-strike rails, or 22mm railing)
-Rail addition (adding N-strike or 22mm railing)
-Dart/disk holders (for N-strike rails) (2-8, multiples of 2)
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Well one gun that caught my eye not too long ago was a maverick with 3 barrels. I thought that it looked legit, so I went out and bought a few mavs and started in on it. It wasn't as bad as I thought it would be, but it proved to have a few tough workarounds I wasn't counting on.
The name is my take on a Civil War era pistol that featured 3 barrels that rotated on a central axis. I found the name fitting enough.
3 barrels, 6 shots each, total of 18 shots
Basic AR/post removal
Plunger dead space eliminated
AR dead space eliminated
OMW 6kg spring (tba)
Classic Black/Silver paintjob (tba)
Note: Not fully assembled in these posted pictures, ran into a slight snag with the temporary wooden spacers