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Last year on some other site, I saw some guy make something similar with a airsoft PS90 stock. It didn't look that great. Not sure if the photo is truly representative of what the final product would look like once it is all done... Not sure what to tell ya...
 

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That one does look good, really not that different from a ps90. without the mag in anyway. If that is an airsoft conversion, I wonder how they are doing the trigger linkage.
 

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i can't believe that someone is willing to pay $151 (bid when i checked it) for that thing. If i wanted one that badly i would just go and buy an airsoft one for $30 and rip the guts out and rig up my own.
 

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I didn't even look at the price when I checked the link earlier - year, that is ridiculous...

I think someone may be disappointed when they get that thing and actually try to use it.
 

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Yeah, I remembe reading about this a while ago. If you really want it, you are better off buying a cheap P90 airsoft youself and gutting the internals.
Or spend the $280 on a Tokyo Mariu P90 for a quality one.
 

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OK, now this has got me thinking and interested. :lol:
I think that if someone were to build one of these stocks(Say from a Tokyo Marui) for a 10/22 then I would think about actually getting a 10/22 just for it :)
For $200, you can get a pretty good 1:1 copy of a FN P90 from Tokyo Marui, good stock, metal parts too, same dimension, screws patterns, and sling slit. Almost and exact copy including materials and feel too.
Oh yeah, and the factory ring sight on your PS90 is suppose to slide right into tho Tokyo Marui sight position if you wanted to reuse your sight.
http://www.redwolfairsoft.com/redwolf/airsoft/ProductDetail?prodID=8926


This would make for a great practice gun for those of you that want a .22lr PS90. Simular weight and feel. I may even concider loaning my Tokyo Marui P90 for a prototype if someone with the know how wants to make one (I don't own a 10/22) and will get me back my Tokyo Marui once they are done with the testing process.
 
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