My Mrod Air MkII PP700 SA Adjustable Stock Solution  

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Vash545
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February 13, 2018 2:01 am  

What a golden age of PCP tech we are living! For less than two bills, I picked up this regulated PCP pistol and boy does she shoot! She was badly needing of a way to show what she could do at distance and my solution for a stock is this. It adapts commonly available AR butt stock accessories for a stock that is readily adjustable for all sizes. Now my little niece can enjoy it too.

 

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pluric
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February 13, 2018 8:28 am  

Where did you get the piece used from the gun handle to the AR stock? I googled around some and don't see anything that looks like that. Thanks in advance.


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February 13, 2018 10:10 am  

Nice job...but I gotta ask.

Did you strengthen the thin plastic shell of the plastic grips...and if so (hope so), how?

Really didn't find it strong enough for attachements as it is. Just not enough thickness, and a kind of weak crumbly type of plastic, so there had to be something solid filling the inside for the screws to really get a bit into.

Mine isn't nearly as fancy (it's a cut/shaped section of a Crosman plastic stock), but the attaching screws are though the grip and into cast areas of acrylic plastic on the inside.

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Vash545
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February 13, 2018 1:39 pm  
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Where did you get the piece used from the gun handle to the AR stock? I googled around some and don't see anything that looks like that. Thanks in advance.

I cnc milled all the parts. I haven't seen anyone else do it like this.


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February 13, 2018 1:46 pm  
Posted by: ribbonstone

Nice job...but I gotta ask.

Did you strengthen the thin plastic shell of the plastic grips...and if so (hope so), how?

Really didn't find it strong enough for attachements as it is. Just not enough thickness, and a kind of weak crumbly type of plastic, so there had to be something solid filling the inside for the screws to really get a bit into.

Mine isn't nearly as fancy (it's a cut/shaped section of a Crosman plastic stock), but the attaching screws are though the grip and into cast areas of acrylic plastic on the inside.

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I took advantage of the new SA grip (AKA Mrodair MkII). It has a removable plastic plug that anchors the grip into the frame. I designed a new plug and made it out of aluminum to take its place for rigid mounting. The stock adapter has adjustability built in. Loosen the screw and the stock can be pivioted up or down to find the postion that suits the shooter. 

 

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February 13, 2018 2:03 pm  

OK...the MkI (bugger grip) version doesn't have a separate pug...so good on you/

 

Has just a hollow shell...which if filled with tougher stuff.

 

MAYBE I'll add a 1/2" bad to the back for summer use/length of pull...maybe not, as  my fluffy winter coat pretty well makes up the the distance.


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Vash545
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February 13, 2018 2:42 pm  
Posted by: ribbonstone

OK...the MkI (bugger grip) version doesn't have a separate pug...so good on you/

 

Has just a hollow shell...which if filled with tougher stuff.

 

MAYBE I'll add a 1/2" bad to the back for summer use/length of pull...maybe not, as  my fluffy winter coat pretty well makes up the the distance.

I see. I do know that the MkII grip is compatable with the PP700w version. Having on the fly LOP adjustment is why I wanted to go with the ar stock.


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February 13, 2018 4:48 pm  

Nice machine work. No wonder I couldn't find any web info. I did the Crosman stock on mine as well.

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Vash545
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February 13, 2018 5:06 pm  
Posted by: pluric

Nice machine work. No wonder I couldn't find any web info. I did the Crosman stock on mine as well.

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Thanks! I spent a couple weeks throwing around ideas how to go about it. I designed this at the request of a few guys on another forum and made them a small batch.

How did you go about grafting the crosman stock onto the grip? Epoxy? 


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February 13, 2018 9:13 pm  

Funny how many of us decided that this pistol was begging to be fitted with a shoulder stock. So many great ideas and each was executed spot on! Nice work ! 


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pluric
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February 13, 2018 9:42 pm  
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Posted by: pluric

Nice machine work. No wonder I couldn't find any web info. I did the Crosman stock on mine as well.

  1. [​IMG]

 

Thanks! I spent a couple weeks throwing around ideas how to go about it. I designed this at the request of a few guys on another forum and made them a small batch.

How did you go about grafting the crosman stock onto the grip? Epoxy? 

Yes, a epoxy putty and a screw through the bottom using the original grip screw mount. Here is a link to what I did.

http://www.network54.com/Forum/79537/message/1515690509/Airmax+pistol+stock


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February 14, 2018 3:12 pm  

Not sure it makes a better pistol than it does a little carbine....certainly easier to shoot well as a stocked carbine, but that's ergonomics rather than potential accuracy as a pistol.

 

These little guys are accurate....but as quivering mass of biologic/cellular  mass I can't take full advanatage of the accurcy, so we need a little help getting them to shoot as well than can...so we stabilize them as a carbine (3-point hold...like a tripod) vs as 2 point hold (pistol from a rest)  vs. a one-point hold (pistol off hand).

 

 


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