Change the scope, change the rings, get a better cheek pad, get a Harris bipod (funny you should say which brand of Harris, considering Harris is a brand), get a suppressor if you want it, and add some Knights rail covers to the sides of the rail. Also, ditch the PEQ.
He could get the BA VLTOR bipod instead, the one that mounts each leg onto the siderails. Would be pretty nifty.
I agree, that would look very nice. Though, those VLTOR ones are not nearly as good for use that isn't on a bench or prone at a range. They get a bit weird when you put it on very uneven grass or dirt. The VLTOR ones that clamp on the side don't have the ability to swivel. You have to set the height on each leg manually, so its not nearly as quick.
Nevertheless, its airsoft and it would look cool, so do it.
(funny you should say which brand of Harris, considering Harris is a brand)
Learn something new everyday.
EDIT: Harris Engineering 1A2 6-9in bipod, Allen Company sling, and BLACKHAWK! rifle cheek pad in the mail. Look forward to the updates.
UPDATE! Removed the PEQ and put the rail cover back on, along with removing the shitty bipod mount and painted the orange tip and the scope ring, I'm off now to paint the stock the same pattern as in the first picture, wish me luck.
Shitty picture is shitty but it does the job, I'll have the completed paint job up soon:
I am going to be alone here, but I really liked the look of the PEQ. I would like to see a reflex sight mounted on top of that scope.
Now that you mention it, a reflex on top of the scope might look good, but I think I'm going to keep the PEQ off, it just looked strange for some reason.
I didn't get around to painting the stock yet as I had hoped but it will more than likely be done by this weekend. I also just got the new sling in. The Harris, cheek pad, and Gunny's scope are on the way. Can't wait to see how it all will look. Keep your eyes open for another update very soon.
Haha, I'm very pleased with how it's turned out, I can't put it down. Only downside is that the thing weights around 12 pounds now, that will wear on you pretty quickly over a day of play. I imagine that I'll be set up somewhere not moving a ton with this thing. It doesn't just look good, it can hit man sized targets at 250 feet.
It'll be fun to see how the paint turns out, plus I need to get some 7.62 to put in the cheek rest.