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my latest project,,,,have a look

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by bucky, Jul 28, 2008.

  1. bucky

    bucky Busy Member

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    ive just finished this project,,its basicly a gamo g1200,which i bought,,,it was in original condition when i received,but a bit shabby,lots of flaking paint,,and the woodwork had seen better days,,so i set to work..first i stripped the gun,,then primed,and sprayed the metal action in black gloss,,then i sourced the folding stock of ebay £22 all in,,i already had the red dot sight,while i was waiting for the stock to arrive from china..i started to make the pistol grip..which was the most time consuming part of the build
    [took over 7 hours],,cutting the shape was easy with a jigsaw,,but fine tuning the shape took ages,,,then i resprayed the pump handle and grip,,mettalic black,,then laqueredthen the stock arrived,,it is quite a heavy piece,and it took alot of mounting,to get it straight,,but now fitted,it locks into position both open and closed,,also it slides back and forth,,so you can alter the length,,via a trigger at the butt of the stock,,,i think you will agree ,that it looks great,,,also..the numbers you can see below the sight,,tell you how many shots are left...,,so dont be affraid to try yourself,,,i had no proffesional tools,,and all the paintwork was done by aeresol car paints
     
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    You have done a great job there , but very careful as you made an airgun look like a military weapon and that can get you in trouble.

    What did you use to colour the metal and wood black?
     
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    how:confused:

    i didnt know that "military look alikes" were trouble bringers.
    an airgun's an airgun i thought, the crossman night stalker looks army like in a way so why cant that look army style?
     
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    okkkkkkkkkkkkkkk

    the metal work was done in gloss black,,and the woodwork was done in a kia colour,,galaxy black,metalic,,then laquered,,,by the way ive modeled the gun on the "swat" style not millitary
     
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    great job you have done there mate
     
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    nice job mate.
     

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