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    Bolt action Spyder(Piranha)

    I made this about 15 years ago, give or take a year or two. I just recently re-acquired it from my younger brother who is now "too old to play" and brought it back to the living.

    It also now has one of Kit's horizontal Asa's so I can run a drop out changer. :-D
    I need to get new photos..




    #2
    That's what I'm talking about! It's hideous, and I love it.
    If you need to talk, I will listen. Leave a message and I will call you back as soon as I get it.
    IGY6; 503.995.0257

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      #3
      Lol, it's jb weld and 3 different guns, 4 if you count the stock. It's tons of fun though!

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        #4
        That might answer my question, how is the spring feed attached? JB weld?
        My feedback

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          #5
          Yes, I had a PT Extreme that didn't work, I cut the top off and JB Welded it over the feed, that way I can remove the spring feed to refill it or swap for another.

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          • pghp8ntballer
            pghp8ntballer commented
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            Ahh I see. So you kept the ⅜" dovetail rail portion/top ¼ of of the gun and just glued it onto the body?

          #6
          Too Cool.
          If we are choosing teams, I'm picking the "sniper".

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            #7
            Couple more pictures.







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              #8
              That’s a heck of a clean mod with the pt body portion. If I didn’t know better, I would swear that was how the body was milled!
              Last edited by pghp8ntballer; 08-24-2020, 11:54 AM.
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                #9
                interesting.
                i think anyone who grew up playing with spyders had, at some point, a sniper version.

                i remember mine with a cheap scope, a big stock, and a HUGE barrel. lol

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                  #10
                  Click image for larger version  Name:	MR1 finished.jpg Views:	0 Size:	60.0 KB ID:	27295

                  Very cool!
                  Similar to what I did with my MR1. Not sure if my thread/pics survived the recent attack, I haven't had the time to look.
                  Last edited by mike@nds; 09-04-2020, 12:11 PM.

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                    #11
                    I keep coming back to eyeball that stock.

                    It fits perfectly, even notched for the frame... I want one.

                    Where does one acquire such a thing?
                    If you need to talk, I will listen. Leave a message and I will call you back as soon as I get it.
                    IGY6; 503.995.0257

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                    • Seajay

                      Seajay

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                      If you really want one and can't find a fancy one, you can get some welding steel bar and just bend one for yourself. I did one, it won't be as amazing, but it will be pretty close.

                    • grendal50
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                      This one was made from 1/2" aluminum bar, and should be easy enough to replicate with some care and a big enough hammer(also a vice, drill, hacksaw, grinder, and files).

                    • DavidBoren

                      DavidBoren

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                      I was definitely thinking of using aluminum bar stock... but I suppose it could just as easily be made from 1/8" thick steel strap.

                      However, I don't have a vice, or a big hammer, and I am inherently lazy(?)... I will probably just buy a stock from Doc if I find that I must have one. The shape and fit of your stock is stellar, but if they are difficult to source, then any stock will serve the same function.

                      I still haven't made up my mind on the whole stock thing, anyways.
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