Tacticool enough? I do use all those accessories on there, they're not just for show.
trrryyyying tooo haaardd
Using ~actions~ makes it seem like you just came from Gaia Online or someshit.
So uhhhh try to avoid those ok
*Prepares to douse Fish with holy water too*
Anyway...Ender's gun is, well, boss. He can trick it out and still make it look interesting - and he uses all of it, to boot. Kudos to him for that, because that's the way it should be.
You are being dumb now.
I think it looks dumb. Practical, but dumb looking.
I'd hate having so much stuff on my gun. I don't even see the point of using sights so much... maybe this is why I'm an AK person.
As for the rest of the stuff, here's the reasons:
Taclight- Strobe enemies, hide the silhouette of my body with the flash, see where bbs are hitting.
PEQ-15- Laser zeroed with sight to make those quick shots or shots from bad positions. Also for targeting enemies for friendlies. Small flashlight used for up close hands on work so I don't blind myself.
Suppressor- Foam filled reduces muzzle pop, replaces the G36K flash hider that sounds like a tuning fork after every shot.
Vertical Grip- Easier to control the gun in my opinion, better reference point for when I need to activate the taclight.
MP7 Iron Sights- If the EOTech batteries fail (which happen more than I'd like) I can flip the MP7 sights up in an instant and still fight. G36C railed carry handle sights simply sit too low for this to work, so I have to remove the EOTech and waste time.
The word I used was "needed." Yeah, bad phrasing.
Just utility stuff. Nothing useless dangling off of me, though I really would like a tactical pop attachment for my M4 and a MOLLE jerky/bacon dispenser on my vest.
works pretty well; I use the laser to mark targets during a game and use the flashlight to draw fire. The dual locaps on mine work wonders as well as the hicap on the stock
personally I like mine with a shorter barrel since it could still shoot pretty damn accurate as well as letting me peek around corners better
I'd lose the silencer though
Feelin' so fly like a g36 :frogc00l:
I have an M16 with a full stock, though it's only my backup, pretend-to-DM rifle. Looking to get an RIS + PEQ for my M4 right now, not that it has anything to do with this, so no full stock going on that unless I cannibalize it from my M16. Is that possible?
As for putting a full stock on a M4, it's easy. Would take me 5 minutes to do with just 2 screwdrivers.
Possibly. Take apart the two stocks and see if they are interchangeable. Its not difficult to do, usually.
I actually like rifles that only have the flash hider poking out of the barrel... one of my weird fetishes I guess
It wouldn't be a longer barrel, it would be the same length as the K flash hider.
the silencer or flash hider?
On the M16:
Unscrew the top screw on the buttstock. Remove the long screw, remove the stock and the space on the back of the receiver. Done.
On the M4:
Pull the back of the lever on the stock away from the buffer tube (Downward), and slide the stock off. Remove the set screw on the bottom back of the buffer tube to remove the end cap. Use a screw driver to loosen the screw inside the buffer tube that is holding to the receiver. Once it's loose, pull the buffer tube off.
At this point both of the guns will have their stocks fully removed.
Well, I was able to successfully switch my Sportline and VFC LE stocks.
It didn't work so well on the M16 though. Now I can't get the wires back through to where they should be (also, it wouldn't fit on the VFC because the stock had "ribs" inside of it that blocked th M4's buffer tube from accepting it). Any idea how to fix it? Would some..."manual" modification s (i.e. removing the "ribs" closest to buffer tube) damage anything significantly if I wanted to switch back?
You just take the buffer tube off like I said. After that those ribs on the M16 stock will slide onto your VFC.