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Anybody working on anything cool? The stock on one of my SKSs is cracked so I'm making a kit of some kind instead. Still needs some touching up
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>>39151044
Inb4 bubba. I don't care I have three of them
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>>39151044
god damn that is ugly
I am converting G3 mags to hold shotgun shells
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>>39151087
do you have a shotgun to take those?

It's gonna look like this eventually, I already have it drilled and tapped from the previous owner
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I've been taking this rare pump action .44 magnum I recently bought and cleaning it out, removing rust in general, some of it in spots that were causing function issues or roughness. It's more "restoration" than true gunsmithing, but still. I'm pretty proud of it.
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>>39151128
That's really cool. What is it?

I have a ruger 7744 bolt action and it's a lot of fun
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Bless me father for I have sinned
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>>39151128
I did a function test after the final clean-out and had successful, very improved results. I'm going to be taking the components and giving them a final once-over before doing more non-firing function tests, and then taking it to the range to chew through 50 rounds.
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>>39151120
>do you have a shotgun to take those?
I've got an old Stevens Model 58 that can accept them with some cajoling. I either need to replace the magazine catch with the G3 one or cut notches in the mags to use the M58 catch. Going to go with the former more than likely.
Also that concept doesn't look too bad, it looked naked without the foregrip though in the original photo, forgive me for judging too harshly.
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>>39151147
HUH
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>>39151143
A Universal Firearms 440 Vulcan. Only around 1,500 -2,000 were made. Apparently it's built off an m1 carbine receiver.
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>>39151147
I have plans to make one of those if you have solidworks

>>39151167
It is pretty fucking ugly, I just want a different sks without ugly tapco and for it to take AK mags
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>>39151195
I was going to say the mags look really similar. Is the feeding weird? I wanted to do a .44 AR15 but the mags are actually the hardest part
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>>39151195
It also transforms into a high-cap concealed carry pistol.
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>>39151219
The feeding is a little weird, but I don't think it's fully because of the magazine, keep in mind the universal firearms company was not one held in high regard at the time that they made these carbines. Also, this is not one of the original magazines, this is a conversion done after the fact at some point, I have no idea when. The original magazines were something like 4 or 5 rounds, made partially of plastic as I understand, but are extremely rare today. Luckily, you can convert 30 round M1 magazines to 10 round 44 magnum magazines, apparently with some relative ease.

When I got this gun, it would only reliably feed maybe 3 or so rounds per magazine. The others would lock up the action, or otherwise just get stuck. With the recent tests I did, 80% of the feeding went correctly, with only 2 or 3 rounds having issues, 2 of which were corrected by pulling the pump back a fraction before pushing it home again, and one that I accidentally ejected while trying that action.
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>>39151175
Don't worry. It's is ok if you don't understand
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>>39151261
That's neat. I tried to make a copy of my .44's rotary magazine but the contours inside were just to complicated to measure accurately. Might buy one to try a conversion.
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>>39151207
>if you have solidworks
What does that program have to do with anything? You need a mill and a tig welding machine and knowledge to use said tools
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>>39151274
I am intrigued and have a boner, please enlighten me
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Working on fabricating the grip. Got the tap in today for the stock. Thinking a direct thread with a setscrew on the bottom will do it. No idea how the originals are done, seems to be a locking lug of some sort maybe, but this will keep it simple.
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>>39151301
whups
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>>39151291
It's a CAD program that's useful for engineering so if you decide to machine anything or manufacture, for that matter, you can plan it out well in advance and save a lot of headaches and trial and error. Welding at random like that just ends up looking like shit if you mess up at all
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>>39151313
That gun should have been called the restraining order.
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>>39151296
Light is only useful to those who can see
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>>39151313
I don't believe you own a KS23
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>>39151301
...you want me to check and give you the originals?
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>>39151340
I implore you to reconsider
>>39151350
That'd be handy
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>>39151326
See the thing is I know what I am doing so I don't need anything more than some scratch paper as a design aid

A lot of things don't work in the real world as they did in a digital simulation. These things are known, as least to people that work in prototyping and Manufacturing
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>>39151361
You just want visuals on how the stock attaches to the grip right?
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>>39151377
The steel stock to the pistol grip specifically, yes.
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>>39151385
gimme 5-10min and I'll get back to you.
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>>39151361
That's pretty sweet. I thought it was technically a 20-something mm rifle. Why does your say 4 Gauge?

>>39151363
Do you really trust that aluminium gas block?
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>>39151288
Rotary mag .44? What gun is that? Got any pics?
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>>39151479
The first variety being rifled are technically carbines, yes. This is a TOZ-123 which is the civilian variant, which is a smoothbore hence the gauge marking.

I'm in the process of converting it. Currently working on casting the forend and grip scales in resin rather than the 3D printed mockups I've got now. If that other guy just kinda has access to some actual ones laying about I'd pay very good money for the furniture that I wouldn't have to fabricate from scratch.
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>>39151493
Ruger 77/44. Fun little bolt action that isn't Mauser style either. 4 Round detachable rotary mag
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>>39151522
Interesting. How does it run? Would you recommend it, considering the price tag?
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>>39151479
Yes. It takes the heat a pressure with out any problem. That is the prototype however. I think I will make it out of 303 stainless if I remake it. The only reason I would remake it is to add a G3 type of charging handle
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>>39151503
You can add a gate and a sprue to that (just 3D print 2 cylinders and "glue" them to the print with acetone), submerse the whole thing in very fine aquarium sand, and pour molten aluminium into it. It'll melt the print and leave an aluminium version behind that you just have to grind and polish
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>>39151443
>>39151503
shit, it's been more than 10 minutes...I'll get back to you later
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>>39151538
Nice, that's kind of what I came up with for mine a while back.
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>>39151543
Why would I do that instead of resin? I already have a mold.
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>>39151536
I've honestly only shot it twice, maybe 50 rounds total but from what I remember, no malfunctions and it's incredibly light and short. It was around $900 USD I think but I bought it so I can integrally suppress it later on
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>>39151558
Just a thought. Some anon did it with a 10/22 receiver and it worked fine for him
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>>39151361
Post moar pics pls
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>>39151581
It's an option. I'm trying to stay true to the original design though, and painted aluminum would be a bit of a divergence
>>39151592
Don't have many. This is mocked up with a failed resin cast forend (hole opened up in the bottom, oopsie woopsie) and 3D printed grip that hadn't been profiled yet. As you can see it's just a bit too pronounced in its height from the receiver.
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So, a lot of people in another thread months ago told me that stock making is incredibly hard stuff, etc etc, but I'm looking in my stock for this rifle and the cuts I'm seeing look pretty simple and easy. Am I misjudging something here, or is it as easy as it appears to me?
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>>39151774
It's one of those easy to pick up hard to master sort of things. Making a serviceable stock isn't particularly hard, making a great looking stock is a trial.
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>>39152162
Say I wanted to make a stock that had the aesthetic quality of, say, a milsurp bolt action stock. Would that be a sort of middleground, or would it be pretty easy to achieve?
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>>39152198
You'll fail on your first try, just keep that in mind. But once you get the hang of proper woodworking you should be able to do that no problem.
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>>39151120
i hope you're not a big enough nigger to cut down the barrel without even reinstalling the front sight.
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>>39152210
Do you have any tips on wood selection?
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This is where its currently sitting for anyone interested. Final stock will be steel obviously, this is just a piece of brass I had laying around the shop of the same diameter. Pistol grip needs a wee bit more profiling but is otherwise ready for casting alongside a new forend. Trying to do them at the same time for color consistency, the rest is pretty bare bones work til it's finished
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>>39151044
Been working on an mp5ish project. I've almost got the trigger housing done
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>>39152281
Is.... is that grip installed backwards?
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>>39152310
No, wait, im fucking retarded
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>>39151147
are you trying to build a bullpup from an AR?
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>>39152246
I think I remember this one. Weren't you the guy who was molding the grips and casting them in resin?
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>>39152481
Yeppers. Putting the final touches on them now, hopefully I can get molds made by tomorrow.
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>>39152498
I was the annon who was giving you tips on the molding / casting.
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>>39151080
This is far from bubba man. Bubba is just some dumbfuck out in their garage or tool shed hacking away on a historical firearm to make a "Gud durr raiful". This is genuinely kind of interesting. Like enough to ask you i you got specs on that and I might go find some tapco abomination sks at a pawn shop lol.
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>>39152515
It's been a hot minute, hasn't it. Had to reorder all my silicone again cause I waited too long lol.

That said, the first mold I made seems to be doing well! It failed when a hole poked into it and drained some resin out of the very top section, but that's an easy fix for next time.
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>>39151166
obligatory foot in pic, I see
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>>39151120
congratulations for mutilating a beautiful rifle, die in a fire
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>>39152543
glad you were able to have some good results and figure out solutions on your own.

How did the hole happen? did the rubber rip out or something
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>>39151147
BIG SINNER
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>>39152573
>SKS
>beautiful
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>>39152605
SKS's in their default configuration ARE beautiful.
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>>39152578
It was my fault, hadn't thought far enough ahead. Basically since the piece I was making the mold of was 3D printed with a low infil the sucker was super duper buoyant and got pushed around quite a bit in the silicone. Ended up having to just sit there with a finger on it for an hour until it set enough. What ended up happening was it got a little too close to one of the walls and was too thin at one point, breaking it loose. A little piece of plexiglass rubber banded over it should fix that, with a little sanding afterwards anyway.
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>>39152543
If the hole is not too bad you can plug it with clay (soft plasticine, or playdoh) or even window seal silicone from a silicone gun. This will last you several rounds of casting. only you will have to re plug after each round.
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>>39152618
yeah that can happen, but it's not too hard of a fix, try this technique >>39152626 save you form sitting there with your fingers in a hole for half an hour
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>>39152626
>>39152636
It's about 1.5"x.25", tested it out with plexiglass sealing it and it was water tight so I'm gonna just stick with that for now. Essentially, it's the entirety of the very bottom of that first rib. Since I'm cinching it down with rubber bands anyway it's much easier to just have a piece inbetween.
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>>39152658
yeah, that should work. When it comes to this stuff you only need to keep it sealed for as long as it sets, as you may know.
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>>39152611
>m59/66 in original config
>beautiful
nyet, rifle is uggo
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>>39152561
Some of us still respect the old ways, Anon, live by the old code.
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>>39152658
I was thinking about getting a BRN10 and molding a better pistol grip to make it more old scahool AR10 like. Casting it with brown tinted resin and not fully mix in the tint for a plastic swirl type look. Mimic the same look on the rest of the plastic furniture too as the stock ones are too toy like
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>>39152674
Yep, this resin is way way quicker than I'd thought as well. As soon as that hole popped I said "oh shit, I'll just plug it and pour more in" took one minute to do so and by then my mixing bowl was already solid. The big glob that leaked out was hot for hours, it's some wild stuff.
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>>39152705
yeah I remember seeing this when I first started and watching it at first blew my mind.
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>>39152700
Absolutely agree about the oem furniture, swirled would look pretty rad.
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>>39151120
Can't believe I'm saying this, but maybe put a railed forend on it instead of what you've got there. You're already tacticooling it, may as well go all the way. I actually think it could be kinda cool with rails up front and all of the new machined parts anodized/cerakoted black, kind of a slav EBR kind of look.
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>>39152739
yeah getting that 50's jet age bakelite look would improve the gun 10 fold
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>THAT FUCKING FOOT
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>>39151147
I don't get it.
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>>39152246
It’s not October yet, shoo
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>>39152246
fuck off fel, you skeleton ass mofo
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>>39151503 Kjaskaar is that you?
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>>39152994
No I would never post on 4chan
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>>39151503
>>39151544
...right. I have the one with the wire stock and could not find the proper fittings for the stock attaching to the pistol grip. I apologize.
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>>39153020
pics anyway?
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>>39151044
>stock gets a crack
>decides to ruin the rifle instead of fixing the stock or just getting another one.

I got a chink SKS stock today for literally free. Try harder OP.
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>>39151044
Building a 1911. My barrel was being shipped by UPS who handed it off to USPS who lost my package. I just want my barrel
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>>39152535
This op, I want to do the same.
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>>39153043
that aint working
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>>39152374
If he doesn't address what to do with the buffer tube, it's ultimately pointless.
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>>39153009
of course, it'd be silly

love your content if it is you
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>>39153202
yah, that's what my though was
even the bolt slide back into the tube when firing
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>>39153043
that ain't working
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>>39151120
>>39151080
>>39151044
I don't say this often, but this is interesting. could you explain on how it takes AK mags and could the lower be milled in one piece to satisfy my steel fetish?

also looks like a qbz-81
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>>39152573
Except none of those mods are permanent. Jesus Christ does anybody even own firearms here anymore?
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>>39152240
Jus gida tubafo
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>>39153431
>widen mag well
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Forgive me father for I have sinned
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>>39155051
You really did that to an albanian?
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Can anyone recommend somewhere to get custom CNC'd parts that isn't insanely expensive?
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>>39155207
It’s not an Albanian. Just the carrier. It’s pretty much and sks with not a single matching part. It’s a commercial norinco.
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Anybody have any pictures of that .357 rifle a guy built that took desert eagle mags? I think he was using it for hog hunting.
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.223 jungle carbine progressing slowly. Now have the repro flash hider from numrich (got an original the first time I ordered, don't want to waste that).
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>>39151044
How about a SKS stock that is similar to the AC-556 stock?
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>>39155207
I don’t see what he did. It looks like he just took the fixed mag out.
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>>39155478
Looks like he ground down the lower lip of the bolt
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>>39155418
???
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>>39155335
Yeah. Invest in a crowdfunded CNC machine project, and get good.
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>>39155616
no. this guy made a 357 mag pipe gun that took deagle magazines. supposedly it could shoot 3MOA.
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>>39155616
god that looks ugly as sin
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>>39155335
No lol, custom parts = big $$$
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>>39151044
>Sees pic
WHAT DID YOU FUCKING DO, NIGGER?!?!?
AAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
And I thouhgt pic related was autistic and worse than trap deer posting but no... Fuck you for doing this
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>>39153043
that ain't working
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>>39152246
>pretty bare bones
>>39152885
This.
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>>39153043
THAT AIN'T WORKING
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>>39151147
Everyday we stray further from God's life.
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>>39153043
That ain't workin'

That little faggot got his own jet airplane
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>>39151340
They weren't exactly unobtanium. They still aren't, tripfag Zasta almost bought one only a year or two back
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>>39151503
How did you acquire it?
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>>39156835
>Everyday we stray further from God's life.
God's Light
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>>39155494
The reason for that being? Faster cycling or something?
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>>39156852
Haha little faggot with the earing and the makeup
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>>39155418
I gotcha
A semi auto 357mag that uses desert eagle magazines and shoots 3moa? Sign me the fuck up.
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>>39153043
That ain’t working
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>>39157215
So you can get a mag in or out without having to retract the bolt
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>>39153043
that ain't working
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>>39157287
whoever made this should license the design to hi point. shit would fly off the shelves.
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>>39157237
Yeah buddy, that's his own hair.
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>>39157776
The only thing i dont like about it is the weight, it is 11lbs if i remember right.
Between being blowback and having a heavy contour barrel weight is a given but it could drop 2-3lbs easy imo
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>>39153431
it clearly doesn't take ak mags and takes duckbill mags.

there's two ways you can make a SKS take ak mags: open up the magwell and mill away part of the rails that the bolt rides on so the mag can be seated high enough to feed, or come up with some convoluted feed system that would allow you to extract the rounds while the mag is sitting lower.

obviously, no one does the latter. the former is what the midwest ordnance and later the chinks did. fudds claim it extremely difficult, but if you compare the mag wells of converted SKS you'll notice no two are the same. it looks like the chinks just removed material until the ak mag fit. the bolt also needs to have material removed so it won't interfere with the mag, and that seems to have been done with more precision.
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>>39151363
Solidworks is not a "simulation.". It's a CAD program primarily used for drafting/engineering drawings. It allows you to create a 3D representation of what something will look like which you sure as fuck won't get with a paper and pencil.

It's one thing to be a luddite when it results in a higher quality or unique product, but you're just retarded.
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>>39157937
you know its easy to make something in solidworks that looks fine but is functionally impossible to make with the tools available to you. that guy knowing his limitations is a good thing.
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>>39153043
That ain't working
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>>39157952
You can draw up whatever you want with pencil and paper, too.
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>>39157937
Not him, But you don't need that to prototype, and the extra time spent fucking with cad can be spent tweaking and mucking about with actual tooling. Maybe in an industrial setting designing digitally makes sense but when you just want to make something in your garage unless it's a high stress component it's not worth it
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>hurp durp mubba hubba doo solidworks is dumb!!
Dude, no. Any CAD program and a 3D printer will take you miles ahead at lightspeed vs not having them.
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I'm doing some amateur work on a rifle, and I stripped it down and boiled some of the parts to get some of the thick protective greases off and out of crevices and such. There's no rust, but now the whole gun has an extremely strong smell of dirty coins or metal. Is this normal? I've never smelled anything like this on my newer firearms, but I don't see any sign on the gun that my boiling caused any corrosion at all.
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>>39151128
Is that an m1 carbine mag?
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>>39159331
It is, a 30-rounder converted to hold .44 mag. I can fit 10 rounds in, but it becomes a pretty tight fit at that point so I think I'll mostly down-load it to 9.
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>>39151128
>>39151166
I don't know what the fuck that is, but I know that I want one.
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>>39159391
Good luck, the light research I've done has shown 0 having been sold anywhere on the internet, with only a single 30 second youtube video of one of these babies firing, and two individual posts from the last 10 years asking about the value of one of these things.
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>>39151120
I really hate you for doing this to a once really nice rifle, but I will say this: if she shoots fine and you get the lower receiver to match colors...it wouldn’t look too bad
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>>39151128
>>39151143
>>39159391
This is apparently what a pristine one would look like. Or, close enough anyway.
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>>39153043
that aint workin'
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>>39157287
God damn I'd love to see the specs to make this
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>>39153043
That ain't working
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>>39159975
Specs? Why? It's clearly just a simple straight blowback, probably with a very heavy return spring.
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>>39151044
Just buy a Vz. 58 nigger
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>>39160156
Does make me wonder what the easiest gas delay system would be to make.
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>>39160686
lever-delayed is pretty simple. so is gas-delayed, but it requires pretty precise machining.
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>>39151120
>>39151044
Anon you should make the foregrip like a Vintorez, that would be pretty sex. fuck just make a Vintorez with SKS upper
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>>39154032
The front sight is missing and the barrel's been cut down, what are you talking about?
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>>39157287
Thank you, buddy!
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>>39159361
why not set it up to take the desert eagle mags in .44?
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>>39162125
Probably a hard conversion, plus those mags ain't cheap.
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>>39163287
What about 3d printing rotary magazines like that ruger carbine
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>>39165207
Not very interesting in concept.
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>>39151044
Its beautiful
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>>39152794
>bufferless upper
>3d printed the other shit
#FOSSCAD
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Does this count?
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>>39165703
Cease living immediatly.
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>>39151044
Is OP going for pic related?
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>>39165703
I hate to say it, but I think it's growing on me
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>>39165703
I like it
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.30 cal pneumatic rifle i built. Should push around 100+ ft. lbs. Integral moderator. Detachable stock. 7 shot magazine, bolt action. The bolts on the other side because I started off building a pistol. When I start my pistol build I'll swap it out. Also gotta get matching wood next time... the guy told me "it's unstained wood, you should expect there to be some variation from my photos"...
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>>39151044
looks neat OP.
>TFW projects on hold while I'm overseas
>TFW too many
>TFW got the 1st G3 put together and working but needs some minor work
>TFW still opening up the magwell on my romak
>TFW dont even know how im going to approach the bolt on the kommando
>TFW need like 1 part for half of these
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>>39167489
just vodka induced gun work
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>>39167489
Gib Saudi parts kit.

>>39167489
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>>39167880
but..
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>>39167898
Gib...
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>>39167996
come and take it. i just wanna build again
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>>39167443
My next project is a .30 cal repeater pistol much like this rifle, but with dual (stacked) air cylinders, since one short cylinder isn't enough for a 7 shot magazine. It'll be alot like the Double Disco or Double P-Rod others have built, pic related
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>>39168044
After that I plan to modify a Quackenbush Outlaw .58 to accept custom .58 cal rotary magazines like the Marauder takes. He says they only get 3 consistent shots so I'll need to double up the air capacity on that one too. The magazine will probably only be like 5 rounds or else it'd be huge. It'll still be huge.
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>>39153043
that ain't working
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>>39151120
I kinda like this with the cheese grater handguard and wood foreend.

Can I have your FSB after you chop it off?I recently acquired a bubba'd SKS that has the bayonet lug ground off and I'm trying to restore it. Been looking for a replacement FSB so I can rettach a bayonet.
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Cracked stock on this Marlin 336 in 30-30 will become new truck gun
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>>39169801
New stock
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>>39169916
oooooh i dig
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>>39168010
I want the non graffiti one
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>>39169936
Thank you brotha
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>>39169801
Bummer about the cracked stock, that looked like it was pretty fancy. New setup will be sweet. You should make it quick detach for storage and so you can have an oversized mare's leg.
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>>39170069
Z is everywhere
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>>39170183
but I do keep an eye on GB. $140 for furniture set, no cocking tub. not much art that can bee seen in pics
https://www.gunbroker.com/item/785749186
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>>39155335
Ask around with the machinists in your area. You will likely have to make a lot of phone calls since many places are run by boomers and have no idea of how to advertise on the internet.
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>>39170200
I have been eyeing that one for quite some time. Only thing that bugged me was the lack of a charging handle. Is that kit on GB yours?
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>>39171238
no, not mine
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I feel like we could come up with a better design for revolvers. The current method for eating and locking the cylinder during firing seems less than ideal.
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>>39169801
Why in the flying fuck did you pay $500 for a project gun? You know you can buy these for $250-300 off gunbroker all day long.
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>>39153043
I shoulda learned to play the guitar.
That ain’t working.





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