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    Rail to rail adaptors

    TheTrueMcMuffin
    TheTrueMcMuffin


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    Post  TheTrueMcMuffin Sun Dec 12, 2010 9:58 am

    G'day guys,
    Just wondering if there are such things as "rail to rail" adapters, where I can connect one gun to another, such as connecting my Reflex to the lower rail on my Stampede.
    Just an idea when I ran out of ammo and didn't have enough time to draw my Reflex before I was shot :/
    Thanks.
    SnowDragon
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    Post  SnowDragon Sun Dec 12, 2010 10:59 am

    There aren't such things that nerf actually produce. You can however make your own, if you feel like cutting up two attachements for their rail clips and glueing them back to back.
    TheTrueMcMuffin
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    Post  TheTrueMcMuffin Sun Dec 12, 2010 11:10 am

    I didn't think so, hence posting it in the modifications section. Haha
    But there wouldn't happen to be any tutorials on it or the like?
    Piesamus
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    Post  Piesamus Sun Dec 12, 2010 11:27 am

    Well, one can probably just open up two attachments. The actual part which connects to the Tacticool rail includes quite a few parts, so epoxy and some reinforcements may be necessary to make sure that they stick together. I've sort of done the same with a 1" piece of PVC piping to make a sight, and it's very sturdy as far as I can tell.
    TheTrueMcMuffin
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    Post  TheTrueMcMuffin Sun Dec 12, 2010 11:32 am

    I would've expected a large amount of parts, the accessory rail connection doesn't look simple. I'll have to have a look around the interwebs and see what I can find.
    Thanks
    bbqbeefburgerman
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    Post  bbqbeefburgerman Thu Dec 16, 2010 8:57 am

    Use a drill and some zip ties

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