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I'm curious to know your exact technique for "distressing" your marker. I have a 98 that I think would look killer if done that way.
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Wow absolutely stunning! You are a true artist my friend. Try to find a magazine that is interested in a monthly modification article in their magazine. I would subcribe!!!

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Originally posted by techietaichi techietaichi wrote:

I'm curious to know your exact technique for
"distressing" your marker. I have a 98 that I think would look killer if done
that way.
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I recently did a step-by-step "weathering how-to" on another site I post on
a lot. PM me and I'll direct you to it.
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This one is my personal marker, the one use in games:

With a different barrel shroud and before the addition of the green laser:


Here's the latest build up, sort of a cross between a UMP, M4 and a SCAR:



The two above both have green lasers installed. At night they look like
this:


This suppressed AK "Krinkov" is now in it's new owner's hands:



Those are the latest. If you don't care for MilSim, they won't appeal to
you.

Several in the original photo have already been sold.

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First reaction: hey look a cute little schnauzer

second reaction: wait a sec, there is some serious hardware right there

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Outstanding markers...truly inspiring.
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where u get the green laser  at i want one
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The only thing i have to complane about is the magazine is too far forward, other then that your guns are bea-u-ti-ful. keep up the great work nauz.
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Originally posted by kurieitaa kurieitaa wrote:

The only thing i have to complane about is the
magazine is too far forward, other then that your guns are bea-u-ti-ful.
keep up the great work nauz.


Thanks, I appreciate that. for those with questions about the green laser,
Google "NCStar Green Laser". As for the mag being too far forward, how
about this, my most recent (done 0412/08).



This is the "Tactical version" I have another carrying handle that I can
change to in seconds (as can the barrels) with no sights or lasers on it for
the "stripped down" version
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u are truly amazing very nice work
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Originally posted by nauzerlvr nauzerlvr wrote:

Thanks, I appreciate that. for those with questions about the green laser,
Google "NCStar Green Laser". As for the mag being too far forward, how
about this, my most recent (done 0412/08). 



This is the "Tactical version" I have another carrying handle that I can
change to in seconds (as can the barrels) with no sights or lasers on it for
the "stripped down" version

vary nice indeed nauz.

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Originally posted by techietaichi techietaichi wrote:

I'm curious to know your exact technique for
"distressing" your marker. I have a 98 that I think would look killer if done
that way.
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Very nice AK you've got there.
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are all the bolts and internals stock or do you add new better ups
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That krinkov was badass man. You should totally do that distressing stuff to your tac 8. 
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Originally posted by chaloopy chaloopy wrote:

are all the bolts and internals stock or do you add new
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Bolts and screws are all stainless steel socket heads and some have upped
internals as well. Several of the guns in the original photo have gone on to
new owners.
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Do any of these a-5's have a flatline?
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you know i was looking into a UMP M4 mix up like you have since I cant do the B5 and this may confirm it depending on Xmas cash this year.
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Originally posted by captpainntball7 captpainntball7 wrote:

Do any of these a-5's have a flatline?


In the first photo, the two on the far right with the side mounted mags each
have flatline barrels, just different shrouds.

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Nauz....What barrel is this? Where did you get it? That muzzle brake/compensator is spot-on!

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Mate they are all sweet bet they have cost you a bomb to do!! verry nice work indeed.

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