Originally Posted by Matt Ribble
Easiest to make from scratch is a bolt action stacked tube poppet. The seer is much more forgiving than attempting to do a semi auto.
As far as loading, I think the easiest way to load it is via a straight magazine, so there's no play in the FS rounds (misfeeds/chops sound expensive). If you wanted to make the equivalent of a real rifle that fires FS-loaded solo shells then that is pretty awsome and I wish I had won the lottery to be able to feed it.
What kind of tools do you have access to? What kind of budget? Do you want to make it look spot on like a DSR1? Alot of guys prefer wood because its hand workable and easy to fix oopsies.
the round would be in a shell to fight any mis feeding+ the shells if i whent self contained would be made affordably.
look wise im unsure but not a true copy of the dsr1, wood parts are an idea.
tool wise i would end up getting it made by a machien shop else were for safety/ease
Originally Posted by BigOldSkool
So long as its under 18 and over 8 I dont care what it is really...
Originally Posted by ironchef97
Oh boy...I love wood!
Originally Posted by Mar
well - just like my sex life, I have taken matters into my own hands: