NOTE: I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANYTHING YOU DO WITH THIS INFORMATION. PLEASE DON'T BE STUPID!!!!
Step 1: Gather Supplies
- a briefcase of some sort
- an airsoft pistol
- double sided velcro
- a small piece of scrap wood
- about 4 feet of bike cable
- crimpy thingys
Step 2: Line Up the Airsoft Gun and Drill a Hole
Clean up the hole after it is drilled so that it is as subtle as possible.
Step 3: Place the Velcro Straps and Wooden Block.
To do this, use the double sided velcro and mark out where you want your straps. You will want straps in a few directions to minimize movement in all directions. You must first mark where you want to place the straps. Then in about the middle of the strap, hot glue it to the briefcase interior. Make sure to test wether the strap goes all the way around the gun before gluing.
To create the backstop gadget, you will need a piece of scrap wood and something to cut it with. Simply cut it to a small size that will fit behind the butt of the gun and will prevent it from sliding backwards. Then place the gun where it will be strapped in, and mark the location of the block. Then glue it down. Simple.
Step 4: Set Up the Remote Trigger Mechanism
For our trigger system, we used bike cables, eye bolts and crimp things. We first created a loop of the bike cable that would go around the first eyehook so that it would stay still. Then, we made a second loop further along that could be slipped over the trigger, so that one could be used to continue the system. We then wove that through the first and second eye bolts along the side of the case. After that, we took it through a crimper, out the hole in the top of the briefcase, through the key ring, and back into the hole and through the crimper. We then crimped the two together, and tada!
We actually looped around the first eyebolt before we screwed it into place, but don't worry if you didn't...you can always uscrew it and screw it back in again.
Step 5: Enjoy!
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