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Awesome Go Pro M-16 Grip Mount

Tonight i was getting ready for Sonny’s Stick Feed game at SC Village tomorrow and realized I forgot my handheld camera in Northern California (along with my knee pads and my good mask!).

Cut up m-16 lone star grip adapter to hold a Go Pro securely.
Cut up m-16 lone star grip adapter to hold a Go Pro securely.

With inspiration from Alex’s go pro mount I cut down one of the many line star m16 grips I had around. Definitely the best idea I’ve had lately for old paintball junk i can’t sell.

Completed M-16 grip mount for gopro.
Completed M-16 grip mount for gopro.

And above is the finished product. Turned out pretty nice but it’s a little shaky. Pretty compact though, cheap, and easy to create.

Here are some Lone Star Grips suitable to make a Go Pro M-16 Mount:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/all-styles-of-grips/lone-star-m-16-style-grips.html

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