Rage's Pile of Poo build...
I thought I would start to post pictures of my poo build.
wood 22 stock.
Rifled A5 barrel with a bent end.
TPX with broken sides.
Box full of fittings and parts.
Scrap delrin, scrap aluminum.
You know the junk sitting in the corner.
What I am shooting for here is to put a TPX into a stock, make it first strike ready. A sniper rifle per say. Clip driven.
Here are some picture of what I have done so far.
I will get a bunch of work done on monday.
It was slow at the shop today so I got some lathe time and mill time today.
I have only used a lathe once before and the first time using a mill.
I think they turned out not bad.
The barrel had a bent end which I had to cut off. The end that goes in to the TPX had to be trimmed down to size to fit in the shroud.
I had to mill out the breech to accept the first strike round. After taking the picture I see I might have to take it back to the mill and do a better job. Took a knife to the mag and trimmed that so first strike will fit in that as well.
I will see if I can get some wood work done tomorrow or wednesday.
Sweet! I'm picturing a paintball M1 carbine!
I like it! Post more pics.
Really looking forward to this one.
I got some stock work done today, I will post some more pics thursday. Then I can't work on it till monday. I have to solve the air issue, I would like to use 12g's but I might have to use remote which would suck. Wait unless I put the 12g behind in the stock.
Things that make you go hmmmmm......
Thats the plan if I can.
Oh wow. Cant wait to see how this turns out.
Here is a couple of pictures of the stock.
I burnt out 2 rotatory tools (Dremmels) then decided to use a file.
It is taken a little longer but worth the time.
On monday I plan on getting to the bottom of the air problem.
I am thinking on drilling a big hole in the wooden grip and putting a Automag vert asa into it then threading a 12g quick changer in to that. That way I can still use 12g's and have a little hose come out the side. Should be nice and neat little job. I hope!
No work this weekend, play time.
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