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Boredom strikes again!

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by RyRy, May 29, 2014.

  1. RyRy

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    As many of you will have guessed by now, when I get bored, I raid the scrap wood shelter in the garden and 'make' things that would usually cost me a pretty penny to buy (typical tight Yorkshireman). Here's my latest project, a gun maintenance stand. It's not finished yet. I still have some foam to add to the rest and another storage section and a lick of paint of course. [​IMG]
     
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    you wont find anyone to disaggree with typical tight yorkshireman
     
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    Hahaha

    As it currently sits [​IMG]
     
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    Looking good :up:
     
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    Thanks Margaret, fairly impressed with how it looks so far. I'll post more pictures when it's complete!
     
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    Nice work!!
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    Looks good mate,

    nice job:)
     
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    I like the idea of the slot in one. Simple but perfect.
     
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    Get access to all the tools underneath and it all packs up,a mobile maintenance center ;)
     
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    I could have sworn my wife muttered words like those to me many, many, moons ago .. lol
     
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    Hahahahahahh
     
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    Haven't had chance to get back to this yet ://
     
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    Quick first coat on her. Still need to get my hands on some foam or neoprene as well. [​IMG]
     
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    I was working on a backstop today myself. It's an old draw from a desk that has long since gone to the tip. I've glued 4 layers of plasterboard in it and once I get it, I'll stick in a thick layer of plumbers mait for good measure. :thumb:
     
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    I did something similar. It started out with a bit off an old drawer but then I kept changing it haha.
    [​IMG]

    It's changed even more since that picture. I'll take a new one tomorrow.
     
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    I also did a new backstop yesterday made from recycled supermarket shelves. They are perfect for holding Argos catalogs as the folded part is the same width as the catalog is thick. Flipped on over and cut the fold off another and "hey presto" they slide in and out and it will hold at least five. Plus the magnetic strips were on them already as they are used to hold POS and now hold the target paper in place.
    View attachment 97696 View attachment 97697 View attachment 97698
     
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    Noiiiice
     
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    Anyone got some advice as to how much plumbers mait to use? I've used a whole 750g tub of the stuff and only made it around the inner edges of my draw.

    I'm thinking about 2 more tubs are required. I'm going for a thickness of about 1-2cm of plumbers mait over my 4 layers of plasterboard.

    I have to say this draw is getting bl00dy heavy now!:eek:
     
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    I haven't got a clue mate
     

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