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Rat Rig all Wired up

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by bl4de, Feb 8, 2014.

  1. bl4de

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    Rat Rig All Wired up



    Well took me a while to get this sorted, Two shout outs with thanks to Ped for the seals in needed to make this Hybrid Air tight, and to SteveO_R10 for the component to make the Lamp up with. Still have a couple of minor things to finish off, to tidy up the wiring. And need to find some type Red filter. As you can see the Battery sits neatly into the stock. Have Negative wire running directly to head unit, Positive runs from the lamp to Scope Mount and live is fed through the metal work of the gun with Homemade momentary switch under the Pinkie finger. All in all a very neat & tidy wiring job even if I do say so myself !!!
    Sorry pics were taken under Crap lighting !
    Hope you likey.......

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    Cheers for that Steve, worth a go when I set my Scorp up for Lamping, The battery in the Rat rig only protrudes either side by Appx 10mm. They do look good tho' !
     
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    I bought one and have it on the r10, It's really well made for Chinese, holds my battery pack nicely and spare batteries for the torch fit into the shell holders.

    Fits on the right hand side of the stock only though, would have preferred left but it don't get in the way.

    Fast shipping from the seller.

    How far is the torch effective for? are the others of any use?
     
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    bet thats fun to use it looks like a nice light weight rig good work. regards gary.
     
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    Only this one had a working Bulb Steve, Other 3 were Blown ! My back stop in the garden is 30yds and it lights that up ! will have to see when it's got filter fitted.
     
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    Cheers Gary.
    11.5ftlbs on the Button using HPA. Extremely well balanced too.
     
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    looks well ian a battery pouch would enhance it even more
    ped
     
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    Got some Black canvas and webbing somewhere might have a look at making one tomorrow !
     
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    Looks sweet Ian, nice one.:up::up:
     
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    red filter sheet of ebay cant remember what called sorry, some shops do a few type reds from light to dark
     
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    Thanks Gordon :up: Toying with the idea of running Battery wires through Stock ( Same position as they are now )
     
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    Nice one ! Going to try a photographic shop tomorrow too.
     
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    Next Question is, Should I do a spray Camo on it and loose the laminate showing or do I dress her with camo netting ?
     
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    that rig looks very smart i really like that
    thanks
    bigj09 james
     
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