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yet another ags pcr bullpup project

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by bucky, May 29, 2014.

  1. bucky

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    Story so far...bout 5 hours in....ive no specialist tools
    all work done with a drill.jigsaw.dremel.and loads of sandpaper
    loosely based on a tavor
     
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    Looking good :up:
     
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    looks nice!

    how you're planning to make a trigger distance?
     
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    Having a go myself with my ASG-PCR1 and wondering if anyone has tried an electronic/solenoid type action activating the standard trigger instead of the more usual rod extension type. Would that necessitate the trigger becoming a single stage one? Could a resistance be built in to give some feedback?
    Any ideas will help........
     
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    I fit a forward trigger and a internal rail...so wen u pull the forward
    trigger the rail moves and trips the trigger onthe action
    ive done a few b4...check out my old threads
     
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    update

    ive dremeled away at the inside to accomodate the stock,,still a bit of fine tuning left as the barrel end is slightly higher than the back,,also ive started making the chanel for the trigger bar,,,i will update with pics tomorrow,,also ive drilled a hole through the stock,,,and can now bolt the stock and action together
     
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    hi bucky
    whats the stock made from is it plastic ?
     
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    No....its a pine window cill
     
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    Great looking so far bucky, I'm looking forward to seeing this completed! :up:
     
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    You ain't the only one SteveO_R10.
    I got the stock conversion bits from vitalich but since then done in my shoulder falling off steps looking for unwanted spare bits to send to highland chief for his project with the disabled.
    Now I cannot get on at all....other than dream on!
    Bucky's stock looks the biz though so may just see if its a go for me to try too.:(
     
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    Update..all routin done...need to fit trigger bar in....ive spent more
    time on the internals.than the outside
     
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    With the bad weather ive fitted the trigger bar..return spring
    .the gun now cycles and fires..ive also drilled holes for the safety
    catches
     
  13. bucky

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    Blishka blishka solly onny mishka
     
  14. bucky

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    Haha my bro fraped me .as well as this
     
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    im not a big fan of bullpups,....but that does have a certain charm spesh as your doin it yourself :cool: :up:
     
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    Very tidy mate:thumb:
     
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    update

    Stage 1 tiger stripes...sprayed green first...then the brown.using a stencil i made
     
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    Third coat black.....lookin good..
     
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    Tiger stripes stencil...was cut outa lining paper hold it down
    on the wood with screws.bolts etc.before spraying
     
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    Finishd now..added pads and grips...all wood has been varnished
    with matt varnish..even scope...rifle shoots very well..trigger is a gem
    and adjustable...this is a very light gun
    comments welcomed..this took me about 35 hours
     

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