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dundadun 08-08-2011 06:06 PM

DLG: new look for an old gun, presenting the newest work from Dukie!
I am currently waiting for it through the mail system, but I'm sure you will share my excitement :drool:

The DSG has always seemed like it could be just a bit more to me. A great platform for something else. Some were a little taken aback when I sold my beloved DRV, and this is why! The one thing I could possibly enjoy more!

Just needs care and love and a push (and money) to evolve.

A modified trigger block and new arms were just the thing to add a much needed lever to this gun.

Did I mention how excited I am for this!
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So excited!

hot Damn right?!?!? :clapping::bowdown:eek::dancingb::nonsense: :bounce:

:Focus: Without further ado, a Dukie Mare's Leg Lever Action Gun!

This will be my first homage to my favorite Silver Screen Gun. Steve McQueen's gun from Wanted: Dead or Alive, the Mare's Leg.

Most of you will more likely remember it from the more recent, and in color, Firefly and Zombieland.

If a sawed off shotty is a Hog's Leg then the Pistol version of a lever action is a Mare's Leg :D Cause that is what they kick like :P

I still need to work on the grip to take the lever as flush as possible, add a saddle ring, etc but I am so happy.
Maybe some hydrographic work if not actual wood eventually.

You have made a dream come true. And thanks for putting up with me :D

Yes, this is quite a bit of money and effort to put into a paintball gun, when I could of just bought a real steel henry of this gun for so much cheaper. But I made a decision a while back, I want to shoot people with this, so paintball wins over!

I apologize, but this will not stay as pretty as it is. This gun will be played with, a lot!

ironchef97 08-08-2011 06:14 PM

sick. you should find a wood stock and add that, it would look even better!

HurtCow 08-08-2011 06:19 PM

Looks bitchin! Needs a wood grip now.

TPX 08-08-2011 06:20 PM

Hot damn, that's beautifull; so beautiful that it infact needed to "l"s. But ironchef is right, it would look amazing with a wood stock.
Oh, and Dundadun, have you tried it out yet?

Edit: It's in the mail, so I'm guessing you haven't tried it yet..... Who reads when you have pictures

dundadun 08-08-2011 06:24 PM

I doubt I'll go full stock, cause then it would be a rifle ;)

Like I said, if not real wood for it than at least hydrographic wood dip to the existing grip and forearm.

Legato 08-08-2011 06:27 PM

HOLY ****!!! as if i didn't want a DSG badly enouh. That is godly.

TicaLLioNStaLLyN 08-08-2011 06:41 PM

Thats awesome looking, you will have to post up when you use her in battle....I'm curious as to how well you can cock and shoot her compared to pump. Maybe a full stock would help to make for a killer cocking as to where I'd think if its not on your shoulder your accuracy might be shiat

Whee McGee 08-08-2011 06:48 PM

Have you figured out how to rig it to your leg yet? Next SoCal meeting you go to is going to be very interesting. :D

dundadun 08-08-2011 07:19 PM

I have some pieces to try a leg rig with, we'll see how they work when i can.

For cocking it, dukie has said it is awesomely smooth, no problem there :D
A couple ways to cock it, forearm thumb over the barrel and cycle with lever hand, or maybe pump it like a normal pump - by cycling left forearm back and forth and leaving the right hand in the lever.

dukie 08-08-2011 07:35 PM

Why didn't you go with a short feed if you were going for that look? Still wanting to keep the capacity ?

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