The successor of my SMG 526-A.M.
SMG 548-A.M. Steel Camo edition (Shortened name: SMG 548-A.M. SCE) differs from his predecessor in some things.
Some do not strike at all.
What one cannot see in any case is that the achievement and stability have increased.
The colour difference between the both is striking of course.
I like 548 Steel Camo-edition, to tell the truth, better, not only because of the colour.
It shoots 15 or more RBS and the magazine is removeable.
The SMG 548-A.M. SCE uses the same shoot-mech as the SMG 526-A.M., the "short triggerpull" mechanism.
The name "SMG 548-A.M. SCE" is once again fictitiously ^^
Now some PICs
This picture shows my two SMG's
The aim equipment should be diminished before one shoots, because the rubberbands otherwise get stuck there
me holding the SMG 548-A.M. SCE
the front of the SMG 548 SCE
once again the "short triggerpull" mechanism by Tom Jongejans (Safety ON)
Quoting Kalta Jibbs
man thats amazing can you give me a link to the mechanism?
That's a really simple mech. Try to copy it from me or from Tom Jongejan's UZI: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/116923
For instructions one should have to build a whole weapon, because the mechanism can be attached only in a ready weapon.
And I haven't found direct instructions for the mechanism...