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    Easy Homemade Aimer (specialised for Rscb's, breeches or singled barrels)

    Rocafix
    Rocafix


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    Age : 23
    Location : Brisbane

    Easy Homemade Aimer (specialised for Rscb's, breeches or singled barrels) Empty Easy Homemade Aimer (specialised for Rscb's, breeches or singled barrels)

    Post  Rocafix Sat Feb 25, 2012 4:09 am

    Hey all!
    Just came across a nice way to attach an aimer and take it off with ease.
    What you will need to complete this:
    -A gun with a 20mm conduit barrel
    -2 cm bit of 20mm conduit
    -Dremel or saw
    -hot glue/epoxy
    -a piece to glue onto the 20mm conduit

    It's very simple so I'm not going to go step by step. Just cut the 20mm piece so it can clamp onto another 20mm conduit barrel and be attached firmly.

    Here are some examples with the aimer attached.
    Easy Homemade Aimer (specialised for Rscb's, breeches or singled barrels) Img_9310
    As you can see. It works with tactical rails too, but not accurate enough.
    Easy Homemade Aimer (specialised for Rscb's, breeches or singled barrels) Img_9311
    Easy Homemade Aimer (specialised for Rscb's, breeches or singled barrels) Img_9313
    Easy Homemade Aimer (specialised for Rscb's, breeches or singled barrels) Img_9314
    Easy Homemade Aimer (specialised for Rscb's, breeches or singled barrels) Img_9315
    When it's on a barrel you can adjust side to side if its not accurate, mine is fitting very firmly and wont fall off easily.
    So guys, hope you like it and try it yourself.

    Cheers.
    Kaine
    Kaine


    Posts : 75
    Join date : 2012-01-19
    Age : 33
    Location : QLD, Murphys Creek.

    Easy Homemade Aimer (specialised for Rscb's, breeches or singled barrels) Empty Re: Easy Homemade Aimer (specialised for Rscb's, breeches or singled barrels)

    Post  Kaine Sat Feb 25, 2012 6:12 am

    Rather a clever yet simple idea, I like it.
    However iron sights are composed of two aiming components, one on the barrel and one close to the point where one's eye would be. Generally at the rear of the body. Not criticising, just pointing out that you would need two.

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