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Modified Sliding Stock for WGP Tactical Sniper 2

A few people have asked to see the WGP Tactical Sliding Stocks broken down and I came across this video I took over the summer of my extra set up.

I’ve done a few modifications to this stock which I explain in the video.
•I added a plate so wider than stock frames can be used.
•I enlarged the hammer lug slot so modern hammers or modern bodies could be used.
•I cut a piece of junk sliding switch (which doesn’t work very well) but does allow the plate to move or be locked in place.

This stock is sandwiched between the Autococker or Sniper bodies and the Receiver/Grip frame. I do have an extra rail (empty) that I can put the stock assembly into if I wanted to mount it back on a stock 5K body.

These Sliding stocks originally were made for marine training in 1990/1991 and were mounted on 5K bodies of WGP MP5 Tactical Snipers.

WGP Tactical MP5 Sniper with Sliding stock. Serial is around 5K.
WGP Tactical MP5 Sniper with Sliding stock. Serial is around 5K.

And here is my mostly complete original Sniper with the sliding stock. It is missing the flashlight, flashlight shroud, and back sight.

And a video explaining this pump paintgun and sliding the stock back and forth.

And Benji’s demonstrating the the same style assembly on one of his Sniper 2s that came from Bud Orr.

Find Sniper 2 Parts on baccipaintball at http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/pump/wgp-sniper.html

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