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Old 12-06-2010, 08:36 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Old 12-06-2010, 08:40 PM   #12 (permalink)
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The feed can't feed FS rounds because of their skirts. But otherwise, something like that but a lot more cleanly done is what G&L is very good at.
it actually can feed FS rounds because the feed neck was milled specifically so that FS rounds could be loaded...I know this because I was the one who commissioned DannyD to build that marker.
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it actually can feed FS rounds because the feed neck was milled specifically so that FS rounds could be loaded...I know this because I was the one who commissioned DannyD to build that marker.
But inside the feed, the nose of the back round will have it's nose in the round in front of it, and so on. The would probably keep the round over the feed hole from dropping.
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I kinda like it better that way. Looks like Camille kinda!

All those poor chopped up rifle stocks on that other forum make me cry.
yeah, started as a pawnshop beater LB with kludged pneumatics and someone stuck camo fabric over the works. I stripped it and made that.

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I did one that I used with first strike rounds that I put in the breach by hand. It was a C98.


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WHAT is That?! Brass mixed with good old msg. Aka the best thing I have ever seen! Sorry to jack the thread someone tell me lol!
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That's bretgs rotary kseries rifle, I think splattttttt asked to see pictures of it.
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But inside the feed, the nose of the back round will have it's nose in the round in front of it, and so on. The would probably keep the round over the feed hole from dropping.
Yes, the Bt-Sa-17 mag cannot feed fs rounds. A customized mag would be required to do that. Or from what i hear bt is in the works to make a fs round attachment.
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That's bretgs rotary kseries rifle, I think splattttttt asked to see pictures of it.
That's hella cool. Who's got it? And how does she shoot?

Also, does that cylinder auto-rotate?
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