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About Username_Here

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  • Birthday 04/21/1992

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    ###### off *Ubar*
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    Long range precision shooting
  1. Username_Here

    Shotgun Picture Thread

    Don't mean to double post, but it's been to long for me to edit my last one. Here is just a video Wish I could find some more shells decently priced.
  2. Username_Here

    Shotgun Picture Thread

    Piston is a guarder M92 piston and the extractor I made from a machine screw. What I did was drill a hole the size of the extractor so it would be completely gone, threaded it, screwed in the screw cut it to be flush on the outside of the bolt, put a flat head notch in it just in case it ever needed to be backed out and replaced, and then just reshaped the screw inside the bolt into that basic triangle shape the original extractor was. Works flawlessly.
  3. Username_Here

    Shotgun Picture Thread

    The hose is for external regulated Co2 use. It's just a little long and coiled over, there is a connecter right behind the trigger guard. With a new piston head and a new extractor, I have been running at about ~160PSI and get just awesome spread with 9 BB's along with about 75-100ft effective range. The internal gas tank pushed about 5 BB's 40ft.
  4. Username_Here

    Shotgun Picture Thread

    Well... I guess I have no other choice but to call this shotgun done for now.
  5. Username_Here

    Shotgun Picture Thread

    Basically a hole that covers the extractor is drilled right over it to remove the molded pot metal lump called an extractor, the hole is then threaded, a steel screw is screwed in, cut flush on the outside of the bolt, and then on the inside ground into the triangle shape of the original extractor. If in the event brass shell lips could deform steel screws and it were to need replacing, all you would have to do is unscrew it and replace it with a new screw. A good 5 minutes of work.
  6. Username_Here

    Shotgun Picture Thread

    Was originally a M1100 Defender, did my own idea on making a new shell extractor, and replaced the piston head with a M92 one from Guarder. Been running at 100-175PSI for what has to be over a thousand shell cycles by now. Still running strong, ejecting cleanly, and just really lobbing 9 .30's. When loaded with nine .20's they just scatter into about a 3 foot spread at about 10 yards. My original 3 shells are just about shot to *suitcase* though. They have been used so many times they are falling apart and failing at keeping BB's inside them.
  7. Username_Here

    Shotgun Picture Thread

    My M1014 Anyone notice anything special about it? Just started building this yesterday, still has a few little cosmetic details to be done. Probably will be for sale when finished.
  8. Username_Here

    WWII Weapons Picture Thread

    Rifle is a Tanaka Kar98k Mounts are Accumounts Low Turret Replicas Scope is a Replica (Czech I believe?) Zeiss Zf39 Rifle had to have holes drilled and threaded into the receiver to allow the mount bases to be installed. Scope had to be disassembled to the point of being an empty tube. Rings had to be heated with a torch to expand to allow the the scope tube to hammered into place. The tricky part was making sure the everything was perfectly vertically aligned the very first time. Once the holes in the rifle have been drilled, or the scope rings have cooled over the scope tube there is no second chance. Was certainly all worth it though.
  9. Username_Here

    WWII Weapons Picture Thread

    ooooh... Sexy, I know
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