Just a super quick video on how to install an Echo 93 V6 sling adapter on an AK-47 – Zastava N-PAP It’s is a very simple install and upgrade to your firearm. Allowing you to run a single or two point sling.
I wanted to start modding out the AK-47’s a bit, so I bought a couple sling adapters and a DMS (dual mount sling). One of the adapters was sterile, as it was a non branded production run for a group of operators. I will follow up with a video on the install of the adapter plates.
This is a quick video on the Red Star Arms fire control group (FCG) retainer plate. This replaces the super cheap bent wire Shepherd’s Crook. It is used to retain the happer and trigger axis pins. It secures in place by means of the safety selector bar. It takes ~30 seconds to install and cost ~$5. Highly recommend!
Similar to retainer plates used in the FAL and in some modern Russian Kalashnikovs, the RSA Hammer/Trigger pin retainer plate will work in nearly all Kalashnikovs. It can replace any style of retaining wire and will make installing, adjusting, tuning, or cleaning your trigger group a much easier job.
So, if you are using the most current Dev build of the Chrome Browser… Note that you may not be able to scroll UP the page with your mouse. Its a bug that was introduced to the this mornings update (12/10/2010). You can install the general release and all will be well again. Then flip back to the dev build once they release an update to the Dev Channel.
Update: Google pushed an update this morning to fix the scroll bug in the dev channel. (12/11/2010)
Today Google released Chrome 8 in the Dev Channel. The Mac version didn’t seem to get the Google Instant Omnibar feature by default. Never fear, here is how you add the feature…
How To Enable Chrome Instant In The Omnibar – Mac Version
First you need to make certain you are running the Dev Build of Chrome. **Warning: Think of this as an Alpha Version, and be caution as its a pre-beta build – i.e lots of bugs may be present** You have been warned.
Lets install the Chrome Dev Build First… (Skip if you are already on the dev channel)
1. I suggest backing up your Default profile for Google, this will enable you to downgrade to a more stable version later. Navigate to:
2. Zip/Compress the “Default” directory and save it somewhere safe.
3. Download & Install the Dev Channel Build of Chrome here.
4. Open Chrome and navigate to:
5. Enable one of the experimental features.
6. Quit Chrome
7. Open Finder and navigate to:
8. Open the “Preferences” file with a text editor (TextEdit/TextMate etc)
For reference mine looks like this:
"enabled_labs_experiments": [ "expose-for-tabs", "match-preview",
11. Save the file, and relaunch Chrome.
Congrats your Omnibar now accesses Google Instant.
FYI, if you find that the Google Instant feature drives you bananas… Just do the same thing, but remove the “match-preview”, from the preference file.