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hw100 homemade bullpup rebuild

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Honest, Jan 24, 2014.

  1. Honest

    Honest Junior Member

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    Rebuilt entirely again but is a much better design and also now uses a draw slide for the trigger linkage which is much smoother and the two stage is easy to feel. Isnt as top heavy now as the grip sits much closer to the cylinder than before.

    the side panels are very tacky, i had nothing but white sheet plastic and had to paint it black, im going to try and find some perforated aluminium which might look better.





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    Like the design a lot mate. Can't wait to see more pics when it's properly done.
     
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    Have to admire your ingenuity mate but it looks bloody awful too me.......meccano gone wrong.
     
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    Looks a great build, how does the trigger feel now?
     
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    vitalich Keyboard Hero

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    GREAT JOB mate!!!


    you relly got my HW100 idea within the right way!
     
  6. Honest

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    Haha definitely does! But aslong as its shorter than standard and shoots just as well thats all im after.

    Thanks, not sure if its a great build but it definitely works, the trigger is much better than before as its essentially running on ball bearings with less friction but it will never be as smooth as the origional trigger as theres always a small extra amount of weight to push now.

    Yeah i think its much better this way. Cant wait too see what you come up with!
     
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    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    I love it,

    the dimenions and shape look spot on, if that was walnut it would be lush!!!!
     
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    I really like them too if i had the money to splash i would love to buy a kit but i dont. Thats why i built this, cost me a few hours in the shed all the materials used i already had.

    Besides that and looking alot worse it still does what i wanted it to do; shoot just as accurate whilst reducing overall size which is exactly what the bullpup kits from ginb do.


    Overall length is 81cm with hw silencer, 63cm without.

    It is also 18cm at its widest point
     
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    strewth, never have I seen such a mess, but each to their own!
     
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    nice,,ive built sevsral bulls,,fancy a bsa ultra next
     
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    Got to agree. A monstrocity but like you say, some people like these bulpup designs.
     
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    Love it! Would definately look alot better when you get the aluminium! Wish I could have been as inventive when I had a go on my qb78 :) looks great though bloody good job!
     
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    Cheers. Sounds good id like to see what you come up with, my friend recently thought about puppinh his ultra but now hes seen the kalibr cricket he wants to buy one of them instead
     
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    Could you possibly describe how the trigger mechanism works? (If you havent already) or maybe post a diagram of how you planned for it to work .. Again, as someone else mentioned its very clever how you thought it out, which is why I'm keen to see how it works! Haha, cheers mate
     
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    And everyone raves about this

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    Think its a real good attempt with the HW
     
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    Yeah i can certianly try! It is very simple i promise but i understand its not easy looking at pictures i will try and upload some sooon.


    I also just found out that the guns weight is reduced by around 500g
     
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    really dont know if this will help but in short its just a draw slider rail which which has holes drilled in so that it can slide freely over the top of the bolts which hold the grip, trigger and alu tray to the gun. One side of the draw slide is fixed so it cannot move whilst the other side of the slide is attatched to the trigger probe and at the other end the new trigger which in my case is just a bolt sticking down.

    Hope this helps.

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    Sorry about late reply, thankyou for uploading that, it will be a great help for when I next attempt a bullpup conversion which I no doubt will!
     

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