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I am externally upgrading my Echo 1 Scar-L and I am almost done. The only thing I need to do now is install a black PTS Magpul MOE pistol grip I already bought. The only thing I'm really concerned with is the curve of plastic behind the grip. By looking at pictures of the grip, it looks like it's only going to fit on an M4 or a VFC Scar. I don't think this grip can fit on my Echo-1 unless I chop off or at least trim the plastic curve. What is the best way to trim the plastic curve? Is there a certain tool I should use to help fit the grip? Should I return the grip and find another Magpul "look-alike" grip that could fit the gun better? I would love to hear back!
So I took apart my Scar and added my own upgrades in the gearbox and hop up which went well, but now I'm stuck. I can't seem to get the gearbox back in the lower receiver without moving the fire selector plate on the gearbox or without moving the actual fire selector. They only way I was able to get the gear box out is was to pry it the plastic of the lower receiver away to slide the gearbox out so the fire selector gears disengaged. Basically I need to know if any one has this Scar L or one like it, and how to get the gear box in and out without messing up the fire selector process. Those who have this gun will know what I mean. If you need a reference of what I'm dealing with, go to youtube and search up classic army scar L dissassembly and the guy with the black scar goes through a step by step process of how to take apart the gun, and he goes over the issue with the fire selector switch too. I'd post the link but I am not too sure if its aloud and better safe than sorry! if needed I can take pictures too. Thanks!