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Hey everyone, just thought I would show my Echo 1 ASR. I have had this gun for around 6 months now and it has been through a lot. I almost have it the way I want it to shoot, just a couple more upgrades and it will be complete. :yup:
So far here are the upgrades...
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Leapers 3-9X50 Illuminated Scope with Leapers Offset Mount
Madbull Ace Socom Stock
Echo 1 Force Recon Barrel Extension
Laylax Threaded Barrel Adapter
UTG Barrel Mounted Weaver Rail (Which I'm going to use for a front sling mount)
Paint Job
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Modify L96 Barrel Spacers
PDI Type 96 Hop Up Chamber
Prometheus 550mm Inner Barrel
Prometheus Hard Type Bucking
Echo 1 Upgrade Kit (Soon to be replaced)
What do you guys think? :)
 

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This rifle takes M4 AEG stocks? I would want to put a M16 stock, can I?
You can put any stock on this gun that does not require the removal of the buffer tube. But any stock that fits on a regular M4 style (Magpul ACS/CTR Stock) buffer tube will work. The one I have in the picture required a lot of modifications, but I thought it was worth it. :yup:
 

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That looks awesome. The paint job really set it off. I like the different stock you put in, maybe you could put a different pistol grip on it (not sure what grips are compatible with it though). I think a PSG-1 style grip would look awesome on it.
 

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That looks awesome. The paint job really set it off. I like the different stock you put in, maybe you could put a different pistol grip on it (not sure what grips are compatible with it though). I think a PSG-1 style grip would look awesome on it.
I think it is possible to put a different grip, I just need some adapter. I'll start looking. :tup:
 
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