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didon1972
00:44:09 Mon
Dec 13 2004

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Re: Flashlight Attachment for the Drozd

Thanks opp, I cant never seem to ever post a picture.

  
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22:29:49 Sun
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Think maybe this was one of Didon's terrific custom jobs...

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didon1972
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I mounted a 3" picatinny rail mount than mounted a surefire tactical weapon light. I'll try to post the picture otherwise you can email me for some pictures of the two drozds that I mounted flashlights to.

  
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Blackgun_Fun
08:51:54 Sun
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I did a ghetto job and used duct tape :sad:

  
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cabfa18
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you know i was thinking about getting a suppresor
atacment then welding a tab for lazer sighyou could do the same and use a hose clmp to mount the light
i might try it to it would be nice to have a light :lol:

  
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psychoboy
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Flashlight Attachment for the Drozd

Has anyone found an adaptable gun mountable tactical flashlight for the drozd? It would seem like the best place for it would be about 3-4 inches in front of the trigger, connected to the bottom base of the gun. Any suggestions?

  
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