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Old 07-11-2009, 04:51 PM
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i also like the forestock
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Old 07-11-2009, 08:29 PM
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mine are close to being finished...

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Old 07-12-2009, 08:42 AM
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^^ Nice! I streamlined mine a little more on the front side.
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chopped barrel w/ MG barrel shroud
RedDot on QD 2" rail
Q-loader SP8 mod
ACP mr1 terminus bolt
Palmer female stab w/Lapco vertical ASA
wooden grips and stock
MR2 (w/o eyes):
8" barrel
expansion chamber
Palmer stab
Q-Loaded! SP-8 mod
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Old 07-12-2009, 02:07 PM
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Yeah i just used the old ones as templates...now i just need to find some screws cause somebody lost mine
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Old 07-12-2009, 06:39 PM
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dang sonik, how many spyders do you own???

but in seriousness, the grips look great...just wait 'til you see my finished mr2...I made grips for it too..

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Yeah i just used the old ones as templates...now i just need to find some screws cause somebody lost mine
if they are the same as the mr2, they are 4mm diameter with a .7 pitch, and are 1/4" long (I believe)...you should be able to go to a hardware store and pick 'em up, I did (for my mr2)...
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Old 07-13-2009, 11:25 AM
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4 spyders... 3 MR1s (one I gave to my bro, 1 you can see and one is in pieces while I fix the valve on it.) and an MR2
1 A5
1 Bushmaster SI
1 Brass eagle pump... from a waaaaay back in time. I can still drop a ball on my target from about 100 yards with it. simple but effective
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MR1:
chopped barrel w/ MG barrel shroud
RedDot on QD 2" rail
Q-loader SP8 mod
ACP mr1 terminus bolt
Palmer female stab w/Lapco vertical ASA
wooden grips and stock
MR2 (w/o eyes):
8" barrel
expansion chamber
Palmer stab
Q-Loaded! SP-8 mod
ACP mr2 terminus bolt
Dboys SIR shroud

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Old 07-13-2009, 11:58 AM
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yeah the screws i found were .50 pitch and M3 X 12 and they fit perfectly...they had to be a bit longer cause the grips are gonna be thicker than the original ones.
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Old 07-13-2009, 08:05 PM
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4 spyders... 3 MR1s (one I gave to my bro, 1 you can see and one is in pieces while I fix the valve on it.) and an MR2
1 A5
1 Bushmaster SI
1 Brass eagle pump... from a waaaaay back in time. I can still drop a ball on my target from about 200 yards with it. simple but effective
then theres your tippy's....

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yeah the screws i found were .50 pitch and M3 X 12 and they fit perfectly...they had to be a bit longer cause the grips are gonna be thicker than the original ones.
ya...i dont even know what the pitch means...the size i posted are just the ones I bought at the hardware store for my mr2 that worked, so...
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Old 07-14-2009, 03:24 AM
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Pitch is the angle or slope of the thread. A coarse screw will have a steeper pitch than a fine thread screw.

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ya...i dont even know what the pitch means...the size i posted are just the ones I bought at the hardware store for my mr2 that worked, so...
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MR1:
chopped barrel w/ MG barrel shroud
RedDot on QD 2" rail
Q-loader SP8 mod
ACP mr1 terminus bolt
Palmer female stab w/Lapco vertical ASA
wooden grips and stock
MR2 (w/o eyes):
8" barrel
expansion chamber
Palmer stab
Q-Loaded! SP-8 mod
ACP mr2 terminus bolt
Dboys SIR shroud
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