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Old 12-30-2009, 07:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So this is how my GSG looks right now..........

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In the pics, the cocking spring isn't installed, so it looks "funny"...if anyone even noticed....

It is functional I do need to do a little work on the cocking tube internal extension though as I'm not satified with it. I seriously need about 5 of these as I have several different versions of it already.

Nothing I've done to it is permanent either.

I think this is my favorite layout though, I just wish it had a flash hider...
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Old 12-30-2009, 07:33 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 12-30-2009, 07:45 PM   #3 (permalink)
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To what?? Give me props??

I mean, we all know it's hard for your big clangy brass balls to tell someone else their junk looks good.....







Seriously though....the dumbest part about this is that I need at least 3 or 4 of these damn things for all the variations I've already worked out or have parts laying around for.....
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Good job.
I like the first one I saw with the nice looking wood on it. I think I'd flip the cocking tube so the handle was still back by reciever.

Again, good job
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fh? draw up what you want. Send a pic and your bbl and i will make/install and send it back.
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To what?? Give me props??

I mean, we all know it's hard for your big clangy brass balls to tell someone else their junk looks good.....







Seriously though....the dumbest part about this is that I need at least 3 or 4 of these damn things for all the variations I've already worked out or have parts laying around for.....
I like it.






But your fucking gay for not doing it in wood furniture
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Old 12-31-2009, 05:26 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Good job.
I like the first one I saw with the nice looking wood on it. I think I'd flip the cocking tube so the handle was still back by reciever.

Again, good job
I pondered exactly that after looking at the pictures. I might try that tonight. I think it might solve my inner tube woes.

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K!....I'll try to figure out what I want....

I honestly don't know what style I'd like. I "slipped" on a couple different ones and just wasn't sure. The 3-prong M16A1 style looked pretty close to best. I'm not sure what's correct really for a G3 anyhow

The barrel diameter lets me ALMOST thread a 1/2-28 on there. The threads bite, but it still wobbles.

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But your fucking gay for not doing it in wood furniture


I saw the wood one that rockmup mentioned, and it IS . That's where I got the idea. I'm just not that patient with wood and I couldn't get the wood stock adapter thingy to fit the receiver just right. I just wasn't happy with the fit. Plus, I like the black better.

It's my gun demmit!!!!
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Old 12-31-2009, 09:12 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Yeah the GSG bbls are too small for 1/2-28
Easiest thing to do is to turn them down to what ever the Walther P22 is (7x1 maybe) and then use an adapter.

Oh if you haven't yet add a phot to the cool builds thread.
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I like it. Looks like fun.
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