System Gemini on FTP 900

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#1 System Gemini on FTP 900

Sun Oct 08, 2017 7:39 pm

Hi I have just bought a ftp 900 and I need some help and advice what is the best way to fit my system Gemini butt hook to my rifle can anyone help

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#2 Re: System Gemini on FTP 900

Sun Oct 08, 2017 8:25 pm

Are we to assume you have this at the end of your AA FTP900 ? If so, please also look at the System Gemini carrier plate..

Can you tell us or post a clear picture of the butt end of the AA FTP 900 with butt hook removed ?
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#3 Re: System Gemini on FTP 900

Sun Oct 08, 2017 8:44 pm

credit: https://www.bisley-uk.com/product.php?i ... 00SS&c=359

...upon further research...my gut feeling is you need to hand your FTP900 to a stock maker to fix the System Gemini to rear stock...as pic below..
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Woody has done it to his AA
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#4 Re: System Gemini on FTP 900

Sun Oct 08, 2017 9:49 pm

There is nothing ever simple is there hehe thank you so so much for your research
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#5 Re: System Gemini on FTP 900

Tue Oct 10, 2017 8:14 pm

Justin has rightfully slung the weak link doing away with the whole backend just retaining the butt length clamping arrangement.
Its just a new round bar attached to a thin plate and genuine Gemini attached to that.

Wood stock above useless way of doing it, no butt length adjuster where 1/16" in length can make it from missing 5 to nil alone.
Looks is one thing, operation totally another ball game 99% ignore.
If a jobs worth doing, do it right or not at all.

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