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Old 08-31-2012, 01:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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A Pooey Nelspot build

I have been making slow progress on my pile of poo build off entry, and this is a thread to show off my work on it.

Starting picture:



pretty pooey,



Split it apart:



Laying it out to get an idea



Still have a bit of cleaning up to do on the welds, but I covered up the side holes for the hammer sear pin and got rid of the slot for the sears along the bottom.



Plan was to freak bore it, but a nelspot barrel is shorter than a freak insert, so I made an extension



Then came the freak boring:











I still need to bore the extension for the freak insert, I didn't actually have any inserts when I did it to get the length right.

Also got new phantom internals including a fluted hammer and #6 power tube for this.

So far my cost is:

$15 - Reamer for freak boring
$50 - new internals
$2 - new screws

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Old 08-31-2012, 10:42 AM   #2 (permalink)
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looks good so far, I was thinking about splitting my feed off one of my 007 and boring the body and treading it as well, yours looks great so far.

I am inspired

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Where did you get the CCI fluted hammer from? Is there anymore where that came from? lol
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You mill stock ones?
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Old 09-05-2012, 10:19 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I got the hammer and the rest of the internals from the BST here.

If by "mill stock ones" you mean milling flutes into stock hammers, no I don't. I don't have a mill so most of my work is done by hand if not on the lathe or drill press. I believe super_stanchy does though.


I got some more work done over the long weekend.
And finally picked up some freak inserts for myself off craigslist so I don't have to borrow them anymore.

The extension bored out:





After the insert, the bore goes up above .70, debating whether or not to add any porting since I have about an inch after the insert.

Drilled and tapped the body so I can secure the rail at the front again since I cut it short to allow for bottom feed.





I found some thin steel angle lying around so started pounding it into rough shape for a spring feed. I haven't done anything about the length yet but I am hoping to be able to get 10 rounds and not stick out beyond the barrel.



I cut out a slot on the other side of the body to allow for dual cocking rods, but have yet to figure out pump handle/bolt action or whatever I will and up doing.

I tried testing it out, but I think the pierce pin is completely blocked, I did manage to get a few shots off when I swapped in the valve body from my working nelspot so the rest of it works.
I will either get rid of the old pierce pin which doesn't even have a seal, although sealed fine against the 12 gram. and drill/tap the body for a phantom pin. or make a new body from scratch with some adjustability for the valve spring.
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Old 10-16-2012, 01:23 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Well, as much as I wanted to, it doesn't look like this one will be making it into the build off. That doesn't mean it will be abandoned though. Hopefully i will have more time over the winter to work on it and get it done.
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Well, as much as I wanted to, it doesn't look like this one will be making it into the build off. That doesn't mean it will be abandoned though. Hopefully i will have more time over the winter to work on it and get it done.
By next year, you may have some reasonable vert mags available as well (I'm wondering if they would work horizontal).

I'm sure the poo build will return. There's no real end to it, just a judging of what's been put down.
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