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    Quote Originally Posted by Wal-Mart Greeter View Post
    Two versions of a butt stock rail delete/cheek riser I'm trying out. I'm leaning towards the small version... It actually puts my cheek in the perfect position for the TRS-25. I take back what I said earlier in the thread, a cheek riser can definitely work... Also hides that section of rail nicely. I like this better than an airsoft stock. I'm gonna try a different angle on the rear end of it I think. The small one seems to work just as well as the big one as a cheek riser, surprisingly... Opinions?
    Why not use a simple ladder rail cover? It should be flush, giving cheek more surface space.
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    The ladder ones don't totally hide the rail, not the look I'm going for. Also the added height is nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wal-Mart Greeter View Post
    Is it possible to make it even thinner then this so it's more in line with the rear of the buttpad?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bfiles View Post
    Is it possible to make it even thinner then this so it's more in line with the rear of the buttpad?
    That was my original intention. If you take a good look at the rail, however, you’ll see that at the top it’s maybe 1mm below the line of the butt and actually extends past it on the sides. So I was worried that a cover 1mm thick might not have enough strength to last? Would likely crack along the top if the gun landed on it? So while it can definitely be made even smaller than it is, I feel like it may not ever be able to be flush... but I will try. I’m learning a lot doing this stuff. This is not my day job lol

    That’s why I ended up modelling the big one, it’s at least flush with the horizontal lines of the receiver. Just gotta get more attractive lines on the rear end of it.

    Thanks for the feedback guys.

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    I see people have been trying airsoft accessories on the GSG-16. Anyone try an airsoft clone of the Surefire style forend light on yet?

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