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Author Topic: Aimtrack light gun kit fitted into buck hunter rifle with working pump reload?  (Read 1289 times)

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drewjbx

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Was looking to see if anyone has tried this, buckhunter shotguns can be found on ebay. Could it be done with some major modification? Also with recoil?

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  • I break stuff...then fix it...sometimes
anything is doable with enough time, effort, ingenuity and/or stupidity.

the shell is mostly empty and has a fair amount of space... basically the only portion containing...well, anything... is from the back of the pump to the trigger.the stock and most of the front is empty space. (ribbed for extra strength) large areas could be certainly carved out to make room for moar stuff.

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Like Shawn said, If you can be arsed to put the time into it then yeah it could be done.

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I admit... I got the stupidity down somewhat haha, expensive hobby as we all know. I might just go ahead and give it a try... if I succeed I'll post results and maybe a tutorial. I think the tricky part will be to see how to wire a button to the pump action.
If I fail....  :censored:

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Yeap, already did this. See if I can find pics from when I did it.