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Not the TS model, but what can be easily added to the 995, or even the 4095? I know they have the rails for a scope, but what about the lasers? (pew pew pew)
I see I can get a laser, but does it require a compensator to attach?
What kind of things can attach to the TS model that cannot to a regular? I ask because I found a place that has the 995 and the 995TS in stock.
 

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Well let me see you can add class 3 phasers, a couple of ion cannon, the level 17 maginifaction unit, as well one dandy globstopper!! :D


If you view several posts thru the forum you will get your answer!
 

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Well the TS has A LOT of rails, so installation of anything is going to be a lot easier.
On the old model, you'll have to attach a rail yourself to attach pretty much anything that wont attach to the compensator.

If you're lookin to Tacticool it up and can afford the more expensive gun( in my area at least) I'd say go with the TS.
 

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But if you change the stock on the TS to say an ATI its the same as the classic right?
What do you mean?
No the ATI is not the same, and why would you take it out of the TS to put it into the ATI.
They do make more accessories for the ATI stock, but you're still in the same boat for having to add rails and stuff yourself. The TS is they way to go IMO if you want to tacticool something up.
 

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I would take off the TS because I do not prefer it over the ATI stock it all.
Well then I'd buy a regular 995 and put the ATI on it. Make sure you save your original stock as you'll need it for any warranty work.
 

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The semi-local guy here had a 995 and 995TS. I have to say that I did not care for how the TS felt. Picked up the 995 last week, and got out to the range yesterday. I also picked up a 15rnd magazine. The stock one was flawless in 17 reloads. The aftermarket was lucky to be flawless after one shot. He thinks he might have had an old one left. Said there was a bad batch, and that he thought he got them all removed. He said he would replace it for me rather than me going thru the manufacturer.
Anyhow, I had fun with it. I picked up a tru-glo red dot site at Gander Mountain for $25. I still need to install it. I was happy that the gun itself was flawless for 200 rounds out of the box. Sights were dead on as well. Someone had left some clay targets laying around. They were stuck in the dirt, on the hill etc. No one was there so I took the liberty to destruct them. Again, with no adjustments, I went 10/10 3 times, mostly went 8-9/10. Had one that I was 9/9, then could not get the last target for nothing. Not sure what happened, but it took me 5 shots to hit it.
I think I will have fun with this thing. Since I do not need to hoard guns, looks like the Ruger 10/22 is on the outs.
 

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ATI makes rails for the ATI stock that you can buy and mount on the sides of the regular 995 stock. I put one of their rails on the side of my 995 classic stock and have a flashlight mounted there.
 
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