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WALZ 11-15-2012 11:47 PM

WALZ Carbine Mares Leg FSR PGP Build (Completed 1-16-13)
 
This one started life as a pgp2 but was lonely and depressed due
to lack of use ( he remembers the old days when he was out every weekend having a blast).
When I picked him up last week for the first time in months/years
he broke down and actually cried.
I told him it was not manly to do so and asked
what the problem was.
Flat out he said, I want to be used again - make me a new
body and add some wood and a new barrel
and make me look like a western mares leg carbine to boot
and make me quick to change my air
and I don't want to worry about my front co2 plug falling out
and I want to be a first strike rifle also.
And I want a sliding breach over my feedport.
I want more, more, more...
Hanging my head in shame I agread he needed all and more...
Pictures show him proudly sporting a new barrel, under barrel, drop out slot, and with a co2 plug that can't be lost or dropped.
He now has huge transfer ports, modified valve and dyna pin.
He also has a new RVA, bored out hammer and now uses spyder springing
for a much easier and smoother cocking action.
I am still working on the sliding gate for the breach cover
and need to cut the stock also.
Going to use a modified stock pistol trigger group for the
trigger assembly as it needs the trigger moved back a bit futher
than the norm with the longer rva I'm using.
Still have a lot to go on this one but here is the start of:

"The Mares Leg Carbine FSR Rifle"


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[MOOSE] 11-15-2012 11:52 PM

I can't wait for more!!! If I like it enough, I may be asking you to make me one lol.

bmann61 11-16-2012 12:20 AM

That's funny my pgp said the same thing to me the other day. Wow

WALZ 11-16-2012 12:45 AM

Most of the pgp's I have owned seem to have a bit of LMS (little mans syndrome).
I know most of mine go the brass gym to get "pumped up".
I do know for sure most of mine use steriods (although they deny it).
Is yours as outspoken as mine seems to be, if so, Good Luck and hope you can satisfy him my friend.

Honk 11-16-2012 12:50 AM

I own a Henry .22 mare's leg, and sometimes I open my gun cabinet just to work the lever. I can see this thread costing me.... I can't wait to see it :D

Keys_JR 11-16-2012 12:53 AM

Love the drop out, it's ingenious!

pk5 11-16-2012 01:47 AM

interesting, are you going to store anything in the front tube? A squeegee perhaps?

Keys_JR 11-16-2012 01:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pk5 (Post 2535489)
interesting, are you going to store anything in the front tube? A squeegee perhaps?

Masterkey?:ROTFL:

matteekay 11-16-2012 03:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bmann61 (Post 2535424)
That's funny my pgp said the same thing to me the other day.

I slap mine around whenever it back-talks me.

Nice work!

toymachine 11-20-2012 08:09 PM

pls, someone, pinch me


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