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    PrinceofPinoys

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    DBOYS Kar-98

    Post  PrinceofPinoys on 12.07.12 2:02

    Im lookin to get a dboys K98, hopefully under or near $100 a boneyard one would be excellent cuz i plan on customizing it

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    Re: DBOYS Kar-98

    Post  marpat96 on 22.07.12 7:30

    That gun is a pile of garbage. Don't purchase it, its not upgradeble at all, and its just crap. The reason there is no bone yardr for those guns is that no one even buys them in the first place.
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    Re: DBOYS Kar-98

    Post  PrinceofPinoys on 22.07.12 16:01

    I know that, the point is to rip out the internals and customize it

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    Re: DBOYS Kar-98

    Post  marpat96 on 22.07.12 18:12

    I suggest buying a G&G Mauser, its pretty much a Kar 98.
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    Hippie

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    Re: DBOYS Kar-98

    Post  Hippie on 22.07.12 18:36

    But it is gas powered. I think the point is to have a spring powered Kar98K. I would just stuff a BAR-10 inside a Kar98K stock.
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    Re: DBOYS Kar-98

    Post  PrinceofPinoys on 22.07.12 18:37

    yes that is the idea, and would it be cheaper to buy a RS K98 stock?
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    Re: DBOYS Kar-98

    Post  Hippie on 22.07.12 18:44

    I'm not really sure but probably not a real German WWII stock. I believe that othernations post WWII cloned the Kar so maybe if you hit up some gun shows you could find either a clone or a reproduction. You would have to refit it for the airsoft internals, but you would have a full wood stock. Bassman, my teammate, just bought an M14 stock at a surplus store and put me in charge of stuffing his CYMA M14 into it. Ugh, what a pain. I believe a springer would be way easier than his AEG.
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    Re: DBOYS Kar-98

    Post  savoy6 on 24.07.12 0:21

    using a RS stock is more problematic with an AEG than with the bar 10 type guns....there are several guides for the project out there..
    http://ww2aa.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=armoryarchives&action=display&thread=6372
    http://ww2aa.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=armoryarchives&action=display&thread=7580

    and hippie...what were you going to use to hollow out the stock to make room for the motor?...drill press?
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    Re: DBOYS Kar-98

    Post  Hippie on 24.07.12 6:33

    savoy6 wrote:and hippie...what were you going to use to hollow out the stock to make room for the motor?...drill press?

    I wish! I told Bassman "I've got some basic woodworking tools so I could build an M40 stock if you get that sniper you want" and he went and got an M14. I have a drill, dremel, file set, sandpaper, and patience. It's so slow - but all I have left is the grip for the motor. I hope it doesn't get too thin.
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    Re: DBOYS Kar-98

    Post  savoy6 on 24.07.12 9:37

    honestly, you probably aren't going to be able to get deep enough into the grip portion with a standard dremel tool to make enough room for the motor.shank just isn't long enough...when i've done stocks before i had to use a drill press with several sizes of spade bits.you also have to watch for heat build up while you are working....it will cause the oil and finish of the stock to "cook out" and bubble up...just take out a little bit at a time...with the press it took me several hours to do a G3 stock while making battery compartments the last time i did something like this.....
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    Re: DBOYS Kar-98

    Post  Hippie on 24.07.12 14:30

    Yeah, that's been my major problem. I have been working on a way to do this conversion that doesn't involve hollowing out the stock and running the wires to the battery in an M1961 magazine pouch on the side. I'll post some pictures if I'm successful.

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