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109459 No. 109459 ID: d6b148
Post em if you got em
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>>109460

That's pretty impressive actually.
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The Mossberg 1000
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Not responsible for the file name.
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>>109467
Does that have a tube and box mag?
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>>109478
I think that's just a chopped BAR, notoriously used by Bonnie and Clyde. The Barrow gang daringly robbed armories to pick up powerful .30 caliber Browning Automatic Rifles (BAR).

The Barrow Gang got involved in two shootouts with police, escaping both because of the massive firepower they displayed. Clyde’s extensive weapon collection began when a friend gave him two Browning Automatic Rifles (BARs), which had been taken from a Missouri National Guard Armory. The BAR gave him the firepower he wanted, while the .30-caliber rounds it fired could penetrate the body of an automobile.

Barrow would go on to rob two armories himself, adding more BARs, shotguns, Colt 1911 pistols, M1917 revolvers, and plenty of ammunition to his collection. He and his gang also added weapons by robbing hardware stores and taking guns from police and bank guards they had either killed or kidnapped. https://www.wideners.com/blog/the-guns-of-bonnie-and-clyde/
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>>109478
That's just the gas tube. The gas piston rides inside of that.
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>> No. 109483 ID: ba24e3
>>109481
Ah thanks anon
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I don't know if I ever shared this with y'all but I tried to make this
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Got maybe 1.5hrs into it and $5
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>>109587
>>109588
Have you shot it?! Vid?
>> No. 109591 ID: e2c5f9
  >>109589
Of course

The weak point in the design turns out to be that the rear reciever needs a recoil plug and the hinge needs to be beefier. The hinge pin snapped under recoil. The drawer latch worked fine.
>> No. 109592 ID: e2c5f9
>>109591
*recoil lug(s)
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>>109591
Maybe go to 20 gauge and add an additional latch on the bottom for reinforcement?
>> No. 109636 ID: a70453
  seems potentially useful
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>>109591
beautiful
>> No. 109696 ID: bbee29
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So I made a semi-auto 12 gauge handgun at work, does that count? 8.5" barrel, it's really hard to get something to cycle when its short like that. Very little dwell time, very little room for the recoil spring, it's just so fucking cramped. I had to cut a ramp into the piston just so I could scoot the port closer to the chamber by like a quarter inch.

It's fucking savage. Probably my favorite pistol.
>> No. 109697 ID: b73635
>>109696
Nice work. I couldn't decide whether to save that in the Guns folder or the Memes folder.
>> No. 109699 ID: e56201
>>109696
I just realized that you're probably really screwed by the new gun ban stuff up there. Sorry bro. I'm willing to adopt your homebrew LR-300. And your shortened SVT-40. And that Soviet anti-materiel rifle I was going to turn projos for until I found out I couldn't export them to you.
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>>109699
I don't own any firearms anymore, I just have the stripped receivers of the registered RPAL guns. I sold everything else to Mike from Canmore months ago. Thanks though, I have some projects in the works for making inert solid copper art pieces for display purposes only.

The support is appreciated.
>> No. 109701 ID: 68e62e
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>>109700
What, you mean non-firing replica black powder guns?
How about making real replicas? Or replicas where the powder touch-hole is not drilled all the way through (I had read that some musket manufacturers in Europe had to do that to ship their guns to foreign buyers)?
It's a small niche market, but some people buy reproduction medieval gonnes which are small hand cannon barrels attached to a pole (or tiller or some piece of lumber). Unlike matchlock firearms they require direct manual external ignition through a touch-hole without any form of firing mechanism. The high-tech handgonnes had very rudimentary serpentine triggers where some curved wire or length of wavy metal held a slow-burning fuse (match or rope) that would be lowered into the touch-hole filled with black powder.
- Swiss soldier firing a hand cannon, with powder bag and ramrod at his feet, c. late 14th century.
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Here's a page from a gunsmith who makes medieval-style handgonnes:
http://www.handgonne.com/arsenal2.html

Schematics of a Tannenberg .65 (17mm) handgonne, ca 1399:
http://www.operatorchan.org/k/res/105597.html#105609
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For homemade guns, the earliest medieval handgonnes and hand cannons are probably the easiest to make and the cops probably won't be concerned about someone making 14th century gun replicas.
Useful discussion, pictures and videos here:
https://www.ar15.com/forums/general/Handgonnes-again/5-1961125/
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A replica .58 matchlock arquebus, early 1400s.
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Another test with some potatocam slow-mo. Had some stoppages, found out it was magazine related. Recoil shoves the magazines so hard it bent the magazine release tab. This caused the mag to sit 3/16" too low, so the bolt would fail to pick up rounds or fail to feed. Problem was easily fixed by welding on a rib on the magazine to beef up that section and ensure correct mag insertion.

Gun works great now, I wish slugs were cheaper.
>> No. 109715 ID: 3483c6
  >>109714
Wish slugs were cheaper? Same here! Perhaps you should start home-loading? I remember friends casting their own slugs, buckshot and musket balls, but breathing in lead fumes is... a bad idea.

I remember some people saying they loaded pennies in 10 gauge shotguns, but I think that this also is a bad idea. a 10 gauge has a internal barrel diameter of 0.775 inches and a US penny is .75 inches wide. Too tight a fit! and I bet you'd probably never get them in 10 gauge cartridges, anyway. And ramming tight-fitting pennies down a 10 gauge muzzle-loader is another bad idea. 8 gauge muzzle-loader? No problem! 4 gauge blunderbuss? Load dead squirrels.

I heard of people loading dimes in 12 gauge shotgun cartridges. Also hear of someone threading old washers with a bolt and screwing a nut to the end for some kind of automotive/carpentry slug.
Weird Shotgun Load: Washers on a String https://youtu.be/Ih179jQBhJY
>> No. 109716 ID: 69433f
  How To Reload CHEAP Shotgun Slugs https://youtu.be/NQFsitNcdtI
>> No. 109718 ID: 0d01d8
>>109715
Back in the Great Depression, guys would get a carton of the old paper shotshells, pry open the front, and pour out the shot. Then they'd take a big fat steel ball bearing--one they'd checked to make sure it would fit down the shotgun's bore, first, of course--wrapped it in paper to reduce its contact with the sides of the bore and try to hold it sort of centered, and put that in the shell. Then they'd re-crimp it and seal it with candle wax.

Guys with hungry families killed a whole hell of a lot of whitetail deer with these and bigger animals than that. Is it especially accurate? No. But it was good enough for those close-in shots in brush country and thick softwood forests.
>> No. 109722 ID: 0d01d8
>>109714
1. obtain cheap 12 gauge skeet loads with one ounce lead shot in bulk
2. pry open crimps, pour shot into lead melting pot
3. cast in .662" diameter roundball mold, making one ounce slugs
4. drop slug into shotcup, cutting off shotcup petals if necessary for fit
5. corrugated cardboard spacers over top of slug to hold it in place may help consistency of ignition
6. re-crimp
7. ??????
8. PROFIT!

This will not be a full power load, obviously, and may not operate a semiauto shotgun, though if you have the ability to disassemble and reassemble shotgun shells, and access to appropriate powders and a powder measure, there's plenty of load data out there.

https://web.archive.org/web/20150330232334/https://leeprecision.com/cgi-data/instruct/SM%203529.pdf

Round ball shot from a smoothbore barrel like the typical shotgun may or may not give decent accuracy, depending on what you're going to do. Rule of thumb with these is that if you can get five to stay into 4" or 5" at fifty yards, that's good enough for whitetail deer in heavy brush country. Rule of thumb is 7" to 10"+ groups at fifty yards until you find the recipe the gun likes, if it likes any of them.
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Yep there's all sorts of ways of doing cheap slugs but no way to get Federal 1oz Magnum 2 3/4" slugs for cheap. Even my wholesale cost up here is just bullshit. No matter, I picked up some full brass shells a while ago and I want to see if I can get this thing to cycle homebuilt gyrojet rounds with a stiff "booster" to get it out the barrel.

>weird shit stuffed down big 'oles
Some of you might remember that time I made taste the rainbow a supersonic reality. Cheap slug-like things go without saying, there's wax slugs, cut shells, birdshot "replacement", and literally Taefloedermoaus or whatever the fuck he's called on youtube, if it fits he's sent it.
>> No. 109728 ID: e56201
>>109718
No doubt if that story is true they were using worn out or stolen ball bearings, but the idea of using a precision ground steel bearing because it's cheaper than a cast piece of lead is hilarious.
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>>109474
Not a bootleg gun as such, that's the "FN-P90" from Spawn. I remember it being for sale probably about a decade ago and being fairly cheap since it's so hideous, but it is actually a transferable MAC.
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