Stormpegy wrote:Wow nice.
Does the EAT not have a stock adapter on it already??
Also the print looks very smooth. what sorta tricks did you use to get that look? ( if ya dont mind telling me )
If i ever get a eat i will look into getting one of these, looks very useful
The EAT has the standard little orange stock adapter right on the back of it, but if you click a stock on and try to aim it it's just too cramped a position to be any use.
This puts it right where you want it, plus it blends the lines of the EAT body into the Retaliator stock, as well as adding strength to the flimsy EAT shell.
This totally changes the feel for the better, you can swing after a moving target using slamfire while still aiming.
I don't mean to gush, if you look at my history I'm more into technical things, but this simple mod turns it into a different blaster.
This is just a prelude to a couple of the hardcore modding products we have coming up, for the EAT in particular.
You seem to know about 3D printing, so you'd know that the prints alway look crap in pictures, and look much better in the hand.
This part is VERY strong but light, I can't break it with my hands and I'm pretty big and luncky.
I might even take to one with a hammer just to see what it takes.
Basically, my printing techniques are a little bit secret as I've spent ages (and $$$) getting it right.
I can tell you that I've got a printer with modded electronics, software and environment control.
It produces parts that are straighter, stronger and glossier than some.I have something very special coming for the EAT
Just waiting for my spring supplier to get my order in, and basically I'll have a solid replacement for a pump action brass breach Longshot, which is also easy to install and brilliant to use.
I'm going for end of this month at the latest.