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- January 28, 1992
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- I make custom guns and homemade granades, launchers, tripmines, etc.
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29 March 2011 - 04:20 PMthis is my newest browning machine gun. it has a cheap, knock off spyder in it with a electronic grip. pretty much solid wood all the way through except the hole where the ammo belt would be.
i added a small camera tripod just to see how it works. it folds up under the barrel and makes a nice handle. i have a home built, full size, folding tripod that i will probably use more often.
21 February 2010 - 01:47 PMThis is one of the most vesitile mods i have mad. It allows me to have two different size foregrips, the short one pictured and a slightly longer one. I can also make any stock i want, but i have the one pictured and and backer block to use without a stock. I have made two mags so far, the m4/m16 style one and the saw style one. the short foregrip, when in SAW mode, has a fake 'gas tube" under the barrel. i realize it is nowhere close to a real SAW or M$, but i enjoy putting my own spin on things.
I can change it in minutes because it is only held together with eight screws. the mags just slip in, kinda like a real gun or something. The whole thing is very sturdy for how simply it is. this took me literally like one day to make and a few weeks later i made the extra mag and the short forgrip pictured.
The tactical grip goes on with two longer screws (decking screws) and is taken off as fast as it takes a drill to work. it also has that homemade flash hider that i posted with my tommy gun. It just makes the barrel look longer and i think it looks cool. took like twent minutes with a dremel tool and 3/4 inch PVC pipe. hope u guys like it
M4/m16 style first
here is the longer foregrip but without the tactical grip
Now the "SAW style"
if anyone has questions about how to do this tyoe of setup, just post it. it is very easy, and lets you put basically any type of grip/mag/stock combo you want as long as you make them the right width. Enjoy!
21 February 2010 - 01:35 PMthese are what i did with my splatmasters. Got them for $2.50 a peice at a yard sale. The lady did not know what she had.
They have not been harmed/grinded/changed. they can be turned into pistols in about three minutes. they are both very accurate and i love playing with them. the shotgun is getting old, and used to be pump action with a pistol grip shaped pump handle. i took that off because it was to fragile. it looks rough, but then again, it is pretty cool i think. Hope u guys like it.
This is a size comparision between the splatmaster and my old tippy sniper setup
now the sniper rifle. the stock is shaped to allow my mask to get behind the splatmaster sights. it works great and i even made a system to mount a red dot on it, but i later didnt like the set up: to top heavy for me. I can also mount my bipod on it either on the barrel or i made a mount to hook it on the stock.
20 February 2010 - 11:13 AMHere are my homemade 30 and fifty cals. the thirty cal works and is a beats. the fifty is yet to be wired. i also have a homemade folding tripod for the thirty. they are both full size and took maybe a couple of weeks to make. I made the thirty cal when i was 14. leave any feedback on these.
The fifty cal uses an imagine that sits inside of it, see pic. the top opens via the door latch hidden in the back sight. It needs paint and wiring, then it will be done.
20 February 2010 - 11:08 AMHere is my second attempt at posting pics of my homemade tommy gun. I made it out of plywood and it took two weekends, one for stain and paint, which was hard. it is a spyder imagine on the inside. It also has a homemade airthrough stock. please leave reviews if u want.
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