These last few weeks, we have been hard at work to design a new shoulder stock attachment system. This TeleScopix Shoulder Stock System allows you to attach science fiction shoulder stocks to your airsoft guns. We are starting with the M4 platform and will move onto other platforms in the future. Airsoft3D is leading the charge so that you wouldn't be stuck with the same old shoulder stocks all the time.
Our prototype M4 Receiver Picatinny Mount Adapter (below) attaches to the rear of a M4 airsoft electric gun (AEG). It has our own engineered Picatinny clamp that is compatible with standard Picatinny rails. This prototype adapter is currently being 3D printed right now. We'll have a physical model in a few weeks for test fitting and finalization of our design.
Sat, 22 Nov 2014 03:48:05 +0300
The prototype adapter above, allows you to attach shoulder stocks that has Picatinny rails at the end. The model below is an example of a science fiction shoulder stock that has a Picatinny rail.
We already have a number of shoulder stock designs with Picatinny rails on end. Unlike the adapter above, we can go straight into the production stage with the shoulder stocks, because we have already thoroughly tested the standard Picatinny rails on other products.
we are hoping the everyone in the airsoft community will embrace this type of shoulder stock attachment system. Everyone should make their own designs based on Picatinny mounts and, hopefully, make it compatible with our TeleScopix Shoulder Stock System. That translates to more choices for airsoft players like yourself.
Sat, 22 Nov 2014 04:29:07 +0300
The M4 Receiver Picatinny Mount Adapter has been successfully prototyped. The following photo shows it mounted to a standard M4 AEG receiver with wires that are wired to the back. The screw to fasten it to the gearbox is the same screw that came with the airsoft gun.
This adapter is now available on our Sculpteo and Shapeways shops. Both Sculpteo and Shapeways ships worldwide, so you get custom shoulder stock combination today!
Fri, 12 Dec 2014 05:37:13 +0300
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