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17 May 2013 - 09:37 PMSo I was bored today and had a spare rem700 stock laying around so I decided to convert my Hammer 7 into a M24 A2 -esk rifle.
Step 1, cut the grip frame to size. I actually did more cutting than this to make a skeleton grip frame. Even took the safety off:
Then I took some unnecessary metal off the breech with a hacksaw and file.
Spent the rest of the day grinding, dremeling, chiseling, filing and sanding the stock so the hammer can fit. Damn Remington really makes these stocks rock hard.
Still need to slap a bolt on her and put a nipple on the bottom.
Stay tuned. Should have her finished the next time I have a chance to work on her.
01 March 2013 - 06:09 PMYup, read the title right,
This is a Select fire, full auto MECHANICAL marker. Proof of concept below.
Yoda probably already beat me to the punch though.
Used a vibe breech with dual tail oring bolt.
When I am finished with this project it will be semi and full auto select fire with a flip of the switch shown in the vid. Im just missing the SMAV to fire the marker.
Im going to make a FS hole in the breach bottom and feed DAM mags with it. All in a PPSH-41 body. Already have the drum mag ready too.
Dont expect me to finish before May. Im a working man. Enjoy.
30 December 2012 - 11:49 PM
Original build thread here:
14 July 2012 - 04:20 PMWell, this project started with Borg's unfortunate death, and finally it is nearing completion. Just have to touch up and do some other finishing touches. But everything internally works as seen in the vid. Here is the vid and some pics.
Some specs beforehand:
21" gog tac barrel
dual o-ring redz bolt
1951 Russian sks stock.
Bt springfeed 10 round.
Lee enfield trigger/triggerguard
Mechanical operation - no batteries, semi auto
Here is a closeup of the internals. I used a cocker 3 way and blocked one of the ports. Sorry for the orientation of the photos. I tried to flip them in photobucket, but still show up as this here.
Update: got to try her today in the field. Enjoy!