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2260 bullpup

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by ped, Jan 6, 2014.

  1. ped

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    i've been planning on building a bullpup for quite a while and managed to get some one off parts from gregg at bluefork
    i've changed it from these pics a little the muzzle brake has been replaced with a silencer , the pellet holder on the butt plate has not been fitted and instead of using co2 i've fitted a hipac
    there's a few more pics and tuning data herehttp://ukcrosmanowners.myfreeforum.org/ftopic511-0-asc-0.php
    waiting for some weaver mounts now so i can test it for accuracy and will get some more pics when optics are mounted
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    I'm not too keen on bullpups but I do like this :up:

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    Looks fantastic,labour of love if there ever was one.
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    loook great, mate!
     
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    Good work. Looks very practical, it would be the perfect tool for popping off rats in a small shed or barn.

    Cheers,

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    Oh wow that's a nice ratty, you have spent some time building this up matey, I like it :up:
     
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    cheers lads the only time i shoot live quarry is rats around the log stacks or at the lake whilst fishing and ferals in the buildings at work so compact is the order of the day
    the ideas been in my mind for a year simon and i just dropped lucky acquiring the parts i've just finished making a filler cap so she's now complete barring blacking the fill cap(plus maybe putting a .25 barrel on her :D IMG_1508.JPG IMG_1504.JPG )
    ped
     
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    Good score on that mate. And well done on doing that deal with Greg.

    Top piece of kit and very unique. I just love it mate.

    I just wish wish I hadn't hesitated on buying it myself ;)
     
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    Now I really like that lovely. Are you going to upgrade the breach it looks to be a standard one.
     
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    That's a BlueFork alloy breech Jolo, very stealth.
     
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    I wish I had the inclination to be able to achieve something like that. You must have found that very satisfying. That's got to be some fun to use. What does it feel like in the shoulder. Would take some getting use to I imagine. KB1
     
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    the breech is custom bluefork one which i believe is a one off that gregg made to suit the bullpup
    ped
     
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    like gary i enjoy building them as much as shooting them quite a few of the ones i've built will not get shot much which is a shame but i always seem to pick up my king ratty to go shooting with ,it seems to fit well kermit but up to now i've only shot it to chrono it when i was finding the best combination of hammer spring to tp size
    i only got the weaver mounts yesterday so hopefully i'll get chance to try it in the yard before i take it to the range on thursday
    ped
     
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    I finally looked at the pictures properly and wow that is a great little rifle. The breech I bow my head in shame that is very stealthy.
     
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    pics don't show the breech too well and it does look a bit like a std breech
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