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Danny D

Member Since 01 Mar 2010
Offline Last Active Apr 10 2014 05:04 PM
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M96 Hammer 7 Rifle

08 March 2014 - 10:19 PM

A custom build for a friend who had an idea he wanted made into reality. 

 

Ps. I love working with walnut. 

 

1907 M96 stock. 

Custom stock disk. 

Polished bolt

Almost toolless design. 

Quick turn feed mag to hopper 

 

 

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M1 Garand or K98?

18 October 2013 - 06:48 PM

Hi there,

 

I have a stock below I want to convert into a paintball marker.  I want to poll what I should do given the materials I have to work with.  I want something that will eventually sell, so popular opinion is what will win the decision. 

 

I have a semi auto mech vibe (enmey) that I am inserting into the center stock below (VZ 24 used in ww2 by germans, stock was shot by enemy and then was decommissioned for drill purposes)

 

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Option 1: Cut off bayonet lug, turn it into a garand inspired build:

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Option 2: 

Although its an incorrect action (semi instead of bolt) turn it into a K98 for looks alone. I will most likely replace the handguard with a k98 ish one and keep the mauser sight shown. 

 

PS. The top stock I will be converting to a K98 pb marker as per my other bolt action sniper build (see sig).  The bottom will be used to restore a real firearm. The top and middle stocks being drill purpose makes them unable to be safely used for putting on firearms (due to damage/tolerances etc), so it is ethical to use these for pb purposes. 


Hammer 7 - M24A2

17 May 2013 - 09:37 PM

So 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.

FINISHED!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubkLTCFzzKY


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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:

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Then I took some unnecessary metal off the breech with a hacksaw and file.

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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.

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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.