Riflemag Project questions
I have completed my first custom paintball gun, and now I am board. So I've decided to make a riflemag.I'll be using this stock: Amazon.com: ATI Marlin Semi-Auto Fiberforce Gun Stock: Sports & Outdoors and a standard automag.I just have some quick questions.
-How do I connect the trigger to the sear? (and how/where can I get a trigger for this?)
-How would I go about making/mounting a 20 round stick feed?
-Where can I get a ten-round tube harness that fits over the stock?
I'll be starting this project on 12/12/2011, because Currency I have not. (Paycheck comes dec. 10th)
1. Check out making your mag a "Pneumag" it'll open up where you can put your trigger.
2. There is a 20 round tube kit that someone sells on here. Look in the BST. EDIT:Click Here
3. Shotgun shell holders for stocks can work.
Similar to this.
If you decide to go P-mag, you can use a Clippard SMAV-3 3 way valve. Just find a way to acuate it using a trigger.
Or you can use a Fabco MSV-2 with Lever instead of a trigger.
I believe in you. :) I made the Auto-talon in my sig with a Dremel.
If you have access to a drill and a Dremel you can do a Pneumag. Use some aluminum flat stock maybe a 3" piece of .5" wide by .1/8" thick where the front grip screw went through the rail to attach the pneumatic ram to the sear. I'm going to make you an awesome Microsoft Paint rendering to show what I mean.
Automags.Org Online Forums - AutoMag into a Wood Stock
I remember seeing this a long while ago. Some of the pictures don't work but I want to bring your attention to this one.
They made the bracket using stuff thats easy to drill.
You could probably find a trigger to modify. It looks like they took the stock sear arm off and put a rod that was longer with a piece to attach to the trigger on the other end. I'm sure there is a technical term for that piece that attaches to the sear and trigger.
EDIT: Here is another way to do it.
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