I am a volunteer Range Safety Officer at the local public shooting range. Because of the virus situation, the range has been closed and I have not been able to give it a field test.Looks pretty badass! Any update on wear after running some rounds through it? And what type of rounds do you typically use? Any thoughts on selling this as a product?
That looks really good! How much of a challenge did you find it to be to make the adapter plate? How long do you figure it took you to do this from start to finish? Which AirTech pad did you use?I can’t wait to try mine out at the range this week!! Thanks for doing the hard part and figuring this out, LenC
Thanks for the info - I spent far more than 3 hours getting to the final template! I am glad to hear that the PDF template was usable. How did you attach it to the ABS sheet?Subtracting the TWO times I had to take my dremel apart to repair it I’d say it probably took me about 4 hours or so. Now that I’m familiar with how it all work I’d probably be able to bang one out in maybe 3 hours. I used the same pad you used. I bought everything using the links and info you provided, printed out your instructions and template, and went to work! I guess the only thing I did a little different was that I didnt use super glue to hold everything together and then rivet for final assembly. I used the PVC cement, just being careful not to get it on the weapon itself and then used a few plastic rivets to help secure it a bit more.
I used the Model 10802 as it seemed to be a close fit, but several others might be workable. Models 10801, 10806, 10808, 10814 are within a few 32nds of an inch in either length or width of the Model 10802.Looks awesome. Since i am inherently lazy, has anyone tried to make the 10810 w/adapter kit work?
Thanks. I couldnt find these to actually compare dimensions. My thought was more around the adapter than anything. I guess I will just have to give it a try.I used the Model 10802 as it seemed to be a close fit, but several others might be workable. Models 10801, 10806, 10808, 10814 are within a few 32nds of an inch in either length or width of the Model 10802.
That being said, the general approach that I used could probably be used with the 10810 that you are asking about, but the 10810 dimensions are significantly larger in both directions than the other models that I have mentioned. Here are templates for both the 10802 and the 10810 (from the Limbsaver website)