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RKG

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  1. I did look into getting a real scope and I found some but they're just so much money. I have bought myself an aluminium replica scope in the mean time though which looks a lot better than the resin one. I've airsofted with the gun once so far and I didn't have too much trouble using the t-tracks as an iron sight Sent from my SM-N910F using Tapatalk
  2. Just a little update. The build is pretty much finished now. I got myself a new counter as I wasn't happy with the paint job in the old one and now I'm waiting for some decals and a lense cover. Other than that I'm happy to say the blaster is 99% done. I toned down some of the weathering as I thought it was a bit too much, also I added a scope decal so it looks a bit more complete now.
  3. Looks great. I wonder, would you be interested in moulding just the counter? I need an accurate content for my Rogue one e11 Sent from my SM-N910F using Tapatalk
  4. OK I'll check that out. I will try and get a better flashlight rail too as I've just got a standard airsoft one at the moment. You can't really see but it hasn't got the angled edges to it. I've got a stronger scope rail on the way too The S&t E11 power cylinder were surprisingly close to the R1 cylinders. At first I thought they were too wide but I looked at the reference thread and was pleasantly surprised. After this is finished I'll start working on a sidearm. Every good airsofter needs a sidearm so naturally I'm looking at either an A180, DL44 or Merr Sonn Power 5 Sent from my SM-N910F using Tapatalk
  5. Just did some stress testing to see if the gun can handle the rigours of an airsoft game...... And it failed miserably The scope rail snapped so I'll have to fashion another one.
  6. Its just the inaccuracies I mentioned above really. I ordered a scope from doopydoos, a scope rail from tosche traders and t-tracks from wannwanga. The t-tracks are supposed to cover all the holes in the heat shield and the scope rail needs to fit into the first hole on the top of the heat shield. The power cylinders and counter are pretty good though Sent from my SM-N910F using Tapatalk
  7. Hello. This is my first time posting but I've been working on this gun for a few weeks. Originally I bought the S&T E11 but it wasn't screen accurate at all, the t-track were too short, as was the scope rail and the scope was completely the wrong shape. So I decided to convert it into a screen accurate R1 blaster. This is also a real working airsoft gun for use in Star Wars themed airsoft events. It's still not quite finished as I have few touch ups to do but it's mostly complete now. I'd welcome some genuine criticism for this gun as I want it to be as accurate as possible. Sent from my SM-N910F using Tapatalk
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