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Posted 26 January 2013 - 12:47 AM

well people, i was given this gun when it broke and from that point on i wanted to build a first strick rifle... i was looking at the rifle the other day and i figure out the problem with the marker on why it wont fire/hold gas.. simple enough i need to replace a oring. so with that being said im buying a oring kit. needed any way because i getting a shocker also. back to the jt though, if any one knows anything about a jt tac 5, it that the feed neck just screws on. the end of the gun is removeable buy 2 screws so you can pick if you want the feed neck on the left middle right. im putting the feed neck on the left for quicker reloads. the hole where the feed neck screws in will be drimled out to fit fs rounds. so in thought i can unscrew the feed neck shot the fs round, screw the feed neck back on and shoot nomral paintballs from a hopper.

the add on will be a bipod forgrip, Custom Products CP 1 Piece Barrel - Black, Tiberius Arms 4x32 Illuminated scope, Tiberius Arms FSR Adjustable Riser, 407 Piece O-Ring Set ( because im sure i will need several of these). so tell me what you think ideas. i will post pic at a later date..
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Posted 26 January 2013 - 10:24 AM

I like. I want pics.

I was thinking of doing something similar with my Armotech Zeus. I was going to dremel out the opening to accept FS rounds loaded one-by-one, then I could just slide the pistol mag back on and use it with normal paint. Got a long barrel, all I need is a stock, fore grip, and a red dot for the top.

But yours sounds like it would look so much better than mine.

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Posted 26 January 2013 - 10:48 AM

It sounds like a nifty little shooter.I have been considering doing something similar with a PGP.It is harder than it seems,especially on brass,but it is worth it.

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Posted 26 January 2013 - 11:53 PM

I will take some tomorrow.
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Posted 27 January 2013 - 03:57 PM

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This is where I plan on Dremeling out the feed neck to fit the first strike.
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Down the lonely sights. Soon to have a scope on their.
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Posted 29 January 2013 - 04:15 AM

alright just a little update.. i bought a barrel today that shipping out tomorrow.. on the off chance that i cant get the jt to shoot right. which it very possable since their cheaply made.. the back up plan is to use a project salvo. basicly all im going to do to that is pull the feed neck drimal it out, if i have to, throw the bipod, riser, and scope(maybe a new barrel also )on the and im good to go..also lets not forget about the remote line..

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