If ya get the tommy gun, you gotta grab the real wood furniture for it off of http://www.gunnerairsoft.com/indexeng.htm :naughty:
go to that site. go to accesories. go to Wooden stocks for aEGs scroll down to the m1a1 thompson stock set 1) TM means tokyo marui at the despription part, right? 2) If it is for the tokyo marui, isn't the battery compartment in the back of the stock, so how would u but the batter in(unless the batterys in a different part of the gun)? 3)does asnyone know if these stocks are worth it?
Yes TM means toyko marui.
I don't own a TM Thompson but I'd imagine the stock detaches to insert the battery much like their MP5 does.(that's a guess ask someone with the gun to be sure.) It's no doubt a hollow stock so I doubt their would be a problem.
That depends on how bad you care about the feel of your gun. I'm snatching a AK47 to RPK kit off the site myself. And maybe that M14 with accompanying stock if I happen to feel like it.:naughty:
So, how does the battery compartment thing work? is it all pretty much a hollow little battery spot and a wire leading up to the gun? Im confused still how u can detache the stock and the batttery still go in. Wouldnt the stock have to be permanenet(i need pics):confused:
The stock is removable, there will be a pin or something you can remove to detatch the stock. Once removed, you'll find a wire and plug from the back of the gun which you attach the battery too. You plug the battery up shove the battery into the hollow stock and reattach it.
9th November 2004
If it's the same as my old CA MP5A4, then all you have to do is slide some sort of trapdoor off and there'll be a slot with a wire leading to the gearbox and whatnot.
Not sure about the Thompson, but it should be of similar design.
so really the stock is just a hollow battery holder with a wire going to it. So if for some retarded reason i wanted to just fire the gun with out the stock battery compartment, i just would remove the stock and take out the battery and wire. The wire is still connected even outside the stock and the battery can plug in, so really the stock has no funtion than holding the battery(nothing mechanical), correct?
Correct. But the battery/wire is going to look pretty odd outside the gun unless you have some igenious way you plan to hide it.
9th November 2004
True, but I took off the stock of my MP5 for quite a while (the screw holding the stock to the gun got misplaced). I took the battery and cable and taped it to the side of the gun with electrical tape. It actually looked pretty cool.