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Old 10-08-2014, 02:18 PM #1
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P90 - A5

Made this P90 back in 2009 and thought I would share. I have since put several cases through it and fielded it on several 24 hour scenario games (perfect medic setup). It took some tinkering to get the e-grip to function properly in a cut down version, but it runs fine now.

Upgrades:
GTA E-grip (older version no WAS)
fully upgraded cyclone (paddles, ratchet, ect)
metal power tube and delrin front bolt.
Freak barrel and WWA freak front.


Picture just after I made it, never hit the field:



After about a year of use and a barrel change:



A little over a year of abuse and with my friends A5:


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Old 10-08-2014, 05:47 PM #2
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Looks pretty good!

How much of a pain was it to fit it into that shell?
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Old 10-09-2014, 08:23 AM #3
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Looks pretty good!

How much of a pain was it to fit it into that shell?
Thanks!

I had to do some carving on the A-5, and it doesn't look too pretty on the inside. Most of the hassle was with the E-Grip and the rear sight. The Rear sight needed to be trimmed down so that it would allow the shell to close fully and yet not cut too much off as to remove one of the screws.

The E-grip had to be cut down and re-secured so that It would fit within the shell as well. I cut out the hollow section in the middle and secured the bottom part of the grip that houses the solenoid closer to the sear. I then had to cut the sear pin down so that it would allow the sear to trip normally.
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Old 10-30-2014, 04:16 PM #4
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looks sick man!
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