Brickarms July 2014: AK Variants

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Re: Brickarms July 2014: AK Variants

Postby dilanski » Wed Jul 16, 2014 8:22 pm

the enigma that is badger wrote:
dilanski wrote:If the AK-12 had the mag removed, and was replaced with a mounting point for the existing Brickarms drum magazine designs like the PPSH, then I'd be all over it.

For something like this?:

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Seems neat to me, and I'm a big fan of Will's modular box/drum magazines, too. I'll pass the suggestion onto Will!


Exactly like that. Plus, it would look great with a painted ACS drum, or even a single segment of a mini gun ammo belt. It'd also make a nice slightly less ghetto sci-fi rifle than the Apoc model with the clip gone, and a foregrip attached (assuming you can, but BA designs are always good with having a mount somewhere). If this ever makes it to mould, and is sold with a choice of clip accessory, then I'm going to have replace all my infantry rifles again, as the stock and sight is too nice not to have.
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Re: Brickarms July 2014: AK Variants

Postby Vami IV » Wed Jul 23, 2014 2:31 am

This stuff is awesome. A shame you guys don't sell from your warehouses anymore.
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Re: Brickarms July 2014: AK Variants

Postby the enigma that is badger » Wed Jul 23, 2014 3:55 pm

Vami IV wrote:This stuff is awesome. A shame you guys don't sell from your warehouses anymore.

I get that folks miss the idea of ordering directly from Will, but a big reason why you're seeing so much great stuff from BrickArms is that Will doesn't have to handle pulling, packing, and shipping individuals orders anymore; with official resellers taking care of those responsibilities, Will's had a lot more time to focus on developing new accessories and bringing them to market.

There's another nice plus: more than a few official BrickArms resellers run some pretty nice sales and other promotions from time to time, so if you keep a close eye out for deals and/or exclusives, you can usually find some great stuff at a good buy.
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Re: Brickarms July 2014: AK Variants

Postby Vami IV » Wed Jul 23, 2014 4:17 pm

the enigma that is badger wrote:
Vami IV wrote:This stuff is awesome. A shame you guys don't sell from your warehouses anymore.

I get that folks miss the idea of ordering directly from Will, but a big reason why you're seeing so much great stuff from BrickArms is that Will doesn't have to handle pulling, packing, and shipping individuals orders anymore; with official resellers taking care of those responsibilities, Will's had a lot more time to focus on developing new accessories and bringing them to market.

There's another nice plus: more than a few official BrickArms resellers run some pretty nice sales and other promotions from time to time, so if you keep a close eye out for deals and/or exclusives, you can usually find some great stuff at a good buy.

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Re: Brickarms July 2014: AK Variants

Postby Maverick » Fri Jul 25, 2014 9:35 am

Vami IV wrote: Cool.

Such sentence. Much words.

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