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Vash545
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2018-03-14 01:45:15  

After making a way to attach a stock I still needed a way to attach a IR light for night time ratting. Here is what I came up with in fusion 360 before CNCing it. It's a pic rail that mounts to the main tube so that a 6 inch pic rail can be mounted. The mounts uses non-marring set screws that are invisible when the rail is attached. 


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James Perotti
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2018-03-14 06:29:47  

Wow! I couldn't figure out how the piece that connects the buttstock to the pistol, was going to work, when you  posted the first photo. That's an amazing piece of work!.


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Vash545
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2018-03-14 11:57:35  

On the Mk II models, there is a plastic grip insert that holds the grip to the frame via screw. I remade that insert into one made of aluminum to provide a solid place to mount the stock arm.


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pluric
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2018-03-14 12:36:18  

That is such clean work! You can call it a "Budget" job because you have the ability to create that. We mortals who would have to pay the going rate for machine shop time would be writing a hefty check. 😉  Very well done. I went the true budget path with a $25 Crosman stock added to the gun handle. Works, just no bragging rights of such well done machine work.

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Vash545
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2018-03-14 14:34:29  
Posted by: pluric

That is such clean work! You can call it a "Budget" job because you have the ability to create that. We mortals who would have to pay the going rate for machine shop time would be writing a hefty check. 😉  Very well done. I went the true budget path with a $25 Crosman stock added to the gun handle. Works, just no bragging rights of such well done machine work.

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Thank you for your compliments. We are living in the golden age of technology that such companies like autodesk is giving away powerful 3D CAD for free that makes designing concepts easier and more accessible to small guys like me. I did all this work on my hobby machine. 


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pluric
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2018-04-02 19:57:51  

Just as an update. I'd purchased this set up and it is fantastic! My budget job worked fine but this mod is a work of art. Fits perfect and the fit and finish is VERY professional.

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AR stock tube threaded in perfect.

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Liked the attention to detail in that you can adjust the stock angle.

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You end up with an under 4 lb carbine. Thanks so much for the attention to detail and wonderful machine work! Remove two base screws and you have your pistol back too.

 

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Luckystrike
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2018-04-04 08:08:36  

Impressive!  How much for the stock adapter?


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pluric
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2018-04-04 09:41:33  

It's weird, when I go to my message center the lines are cut of on the right so I can't read the full message that was sent by Lee. (Vash545) I know it was just under $100 for the stock adapter set up. For the level of workmanship and finish I thought it was a very good value. Sure it's half the price of the pistol, but it makes it so easy to shoot more accurately. High recommendation!

 


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Vash545
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2018-04-05 00:03:01  
Posted by: pluric

It's weird, when I go to my message center the lines are cut of on the right so I can't read the full message that was sent by Lee. (Vash545) I know it was just under $100 for the stock adapter set up. For the level of workmanship and finish I thought it was a very good value. Sure it's half the price of the pistol, but it makes it so easy to shoot more accurately. High recommendation!

 

Thank you for your review and your feedback. I am humbled and glad to hear you like it. 


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