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My two StepSisters (DIY Bullpups)

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by vitalich, Dec 22, 2013.

  1. vitalich

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    Here are my two homebrew bullpups:


    The @Ugly Betty@
    http://www.airgunforum.co.uk/forums...he-Ugly-Betty-heavy-metal-skeleton-22-bullpup
    http://www.airgunforum.co.uk/forums/showthread.php/169722-The-Ugly-Betty-reborn
    - based on AGS PCR1 main tube and trigger unit
    - BNM multishot breech with 10 shot Benjamin Maradeur self indexing mag
    - .177 barrel with integrated moderator and full leight carbon shoud
    - match trigger
    - lot of brass stuff

    - Heavy Metal skeleton bullpup stock made by Vitalich


    The @StepSister@
    http://www.airgunforum.co.uk/forums...9-N-ot-so-Ugly-Betty-to-start-or-not-to-start
    http://www.airgunforum.co.uk/forums/showthread.php/171342-New-BullPup-PCR1-project-started-today
    - Based on AGS PCR1 .22 Action

    Light alu Bullpup stock with integrated trigger distance and all other mechs
    total weight 1850 g
    total leight 65 cm



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    made in corea,
    based on one of Hatsan's design (mean old Logun - Webley&Scott) and weight 3.8 kg
    nice looking one with lot of weavers,

    but newer to take out (i've tried once to clean Evanix MAX after a day out - had to take down for cleaning and oiling)

    my idea was to simplify the design and save some gramms
     
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    some more HD pictures

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    don't get me wrong, I do like what you have done very much,,:up: but the rainstorm is a great looking gun in my eyes,:hail: I do see what you have said about cleaning it, I bet its a pain in the :moon: !
     
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    looks great , looks very simple too, did it take long?
     
  8. vitalich

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    three month to form the new concept

    and three nights to make three different trigger distances, to simplify that and make working

    to built and drill everything - about three nights as well
     
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    how is your hw built?
     
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    That's not too bad mine probably took around the same if not a bit longer mainly due to making the butt pad smaller and higher, i kept underestimating how high it needed to be, i posted a few pictures of how it is now, i managed to find a better grip too! take a look.
     
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    looks fine, truly ugly :)
     
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    The @StepSister@ going to sales section
     
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    As did I Ste, he even let me shoot it. It shoots surprisingly well
     
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    Hatsan AT44 grown up from webley venom/raider design
    as well as oldies evanix rainstorm / blizard family
    the rainstorm sl got the daystate type mag with original indexing mechs

    i can't say it's a clone of anything as koreans made a great job to go for a market and all evanixes same far away from their predecessors as FX royale from MK1 Verminator

    and they making lots of nicely looking stuff, as GTL, GTK and sniper
     
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    the mags are very similar but thats where i'd say there similarity stops:D
     
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    Minimalistic, form follows function. Here's my homebrewed front cocking bullpup in action

    [video=youtube_share;C6jJm1d8FHE]http://youtu.be/C6jJm1d8FHE[/video]
     
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  18. vitalich

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    what rifle it based on?
     
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    Gamo Dynamax, a long version of the good old BSA Ultra.
     
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    StepSister finally finished with the front end cup

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