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Old 03-28-2019, 08:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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P68-SC w/ collapsible stock

I know this would need a few modifications to make this strong enough to work under play, but a quick adapter I designed to add a collapsible stock. Priliminary look, with the muzzle break I am making too

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If the muzzle break will fit a 1 inch barrel it is something I will need...several actually
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If the muzzle break will fit a 1 inch barrel it is something I will need...several actually
I have them designed for 3 different sizes, 1" is done, I haven't printed a run of them. If you have a different design in mind let me know, I am hoping to make a handful of different styles.
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Anything that looks old school is great. What I can see in the picture looks cool.

I have a couple of old nelsons and a project gun that wants one. I love the idea of printed muzzle breaks as they won't mess up the finish on the barrels.
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I like the old style brakes, but I've been puzzling over being able to print any kind of port profile you want. You can fillet or chamfer inside and/or out, and tilt forward or back with passages that would be very expensive to machine.
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