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Old 05-10-2012, 07:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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P68AT customizing?

So i have this:


And i want it to be this:

Yes i want it look like a blunderbuss, so a flared muzzle is a must.
With a side, or top spring loaded tube, and perhaps lever action (yeah i know, but hammer cocking is awfully uncomfortable.)
Sadly i have no experience at all with brass, so doing it myself is out of question..

To whom i should talk? what kind of cost ill be looking into here?
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Old 05-10-2012, 07:56 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 05-10-2012, 08:00 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I understand that you have the AT to start with.....can I suggest you start with something different? Your complicating things by starting with an AT (in my opinion). Your air source comes out the back....so you now have to rework your air line to go with the stock. A stock class gun would be easier to start with.

To be honest, if you want all the things done that you need done....you just want a scratch build. For any gun to go top sprung loaded tube, that's a custom bit. You're either going to have to remove the side tube or remove the direct feed and rework on that top tube. PLUS you want the flare barrel of the blunderbuss....which I'm sure is doable, but you mid-as-well just rebarrel the thing rather than doing a crap job at attaching something on to the existing barrel.

Then you start talking about possible lever action etc. It's all do-able, but it seems easier just to have it built from the ground up.

It's going to be pricey. No matter how you go, it's going to be pricey. Ground up build is obvious, but to do everything you'd need to do to your AT would be probably similar.

As I type this my first thought is contacting chplnstone. He seems like the guy for this project. Maybe some other airsmiths could chime in. Knowing real price would be hard...let them quote it out directly.
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For any gun to go top sprung loaded tube, that's a custom bit. You're either going to have to remove the side tube or remove the direct feed and rework on that top tube.
Or start with a P68 SC:



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I understand that you have the AT to start with.....can I suggest you start with something different? Your complicating things by starting with an AT (in my opinion). Your air source comes out the back....so you now have to rework your air line to go with the stock. A stock class gun would be easier to start with.

To be honest, if you want all the things done that you need done....you just want a scratch build. For any gun to go top sprung loaded tube, that's a custom bit. You're either going to have to remove the side tube or remove the direct feed and rework on that top tube. PLUS you want the flare barrel of the blunderbuss....which I'm sure is doable, but you mid-as-well just rebarrel the thing rather than doing a crap job at attaching something on to the existing barrel.

Then you start talking about possible lever action etc. It's all do-able, but it seems easier just to have it built from the ground up.

It's going to be pricey. No matter how you go, it's going to be pricey. Ground up build is obvious, but to do everything you'd need to do to your AT would be probably similar.

As I type this my first thought is contacting chplnstone. He seems like the guy for this project. Maybe some other airsmiths could chime in. Knowing real price would be hard...let them quote it out directly.
Hmmm, and here i was thinking that it being AT is fairly irrelevant, as the trigger group would be replaced anyway... As well as thinking that the side air port is of benefit, since id prefer to keep the air in stock...
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Old 05-11-2012, 09:23 AM   #8 (permalink)
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You want a Robo style gun

The ramrod pushes the hammer back. The flintlock pulls the bolt back. Pull the first trigger brings the bolt back. Pull the second trigger it fires the gun.

I love this design.

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You want a Robo style gun

The ramrod pushes the hammer back. The flintlock pulls the bolt back. Pull the first trigger brings the bolt back. Pull the second trigger it fires the gun.

I love this design.
Genius. I love it
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Old 05-13-2012, 01:04 AM   #10 (permalink)
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"What kind of cost?" he asks.

A lot would be an understatement. Depending on who does the work and all the specifics/extras it could easily get over $2000. Granted less specifics and less customized would be able to get it for cheaper, but really the sky is the limit for something like this...
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