LTAR-AR out for a spin. It's currently fitted with the lens arrangement once found on the LTX EF5, a Super Soaker stock, and a new addition: a weaver rail mount with a Red/Green Dot sight!
The picture to the right shows the LTAR-AR fitted with all three of these in-development accessories next to our fully-equipped CTDYNE LTX. It's actually about the same size, somehow.
lens adapter. It was the first accessory completed for the LTAR. The Stock adapter is new, as I completed it last week at our Mod Night. Didn't really notice the stock the entire game until I realized "Holy cow. I made something that hasn't broken!" It's solid. SUPER solid, and feels like part of the blaster. Granted the stock does dip down a little more into the grip than most would like, but using some gloves will make it unnoticeable. I need to tweak the design of the newest addition: that Weaver Rail accessory. The Plast-Aid (same material used on the removable stock adapter) didn't settle straight, so the rail isn't level. We couldn't adjust the sight enough to compensate, so my accuracy was a bit off.
Combo Mount that is mostly responsible for it's great solid design. So, almost two years after it's design, have I finally gotten good enough at fabricating parts to rival that of this masterful piece of gear built by an icon in the Laser Tag Modding world?
Not only was the game a complete blast (I'll have more on that later), but I can honestly say that I didn't expect so much satisfaction from a rifle built around a pistol. Aside from the adjustment to the Weaver Rail design, these designs are moving along much faster than I thought. It's a good thing, both for our group as we approach our next Summer Season of Laser Tag, and for anyone else in the world who wants to easily modify their LTAR. Exceedingly proud of this development!