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Old May 7th, 2012, 08:31 AM   #31
 
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Ruger 10/22 Barrett M82A1
Marlin XT-22 M200 Cheytac Intervention

Finished the pistol grip on the M82A1.
Need to add a block inside the M82A1 magazine and epoxy the 10/22 magazine on top of it
Then its indoor range time!

































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Old May 7th, 2012, 08:31 AM   #32
 
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Marlin XT-22 into an AICS L96 stock

It's 95% done. Just need to clean up a few things.
Paint and align the tri rail
Add muzzle brake
Add mono pod




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Old May 7th, 2012, 11:46 PM   #33
 
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Marlin XT-22 bolt action inside a gutted airsoft Blaser LRS1

Its about 90% done.

Weighs about less than 8-9 lbs. Its pretty light


Added bottom rails for AFG and bipod
Matrix scope

Need to add a gutted M14 magazine with a block to epoxy the Marlin magazine
Need to bed the barrel with epoxy putty and brackets. Thats why the barrel is pointed downward

Blaser LRS1 brand new is $220





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Old May 10th, 2012, 09:03 AM   #34
 
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Ruger 10/22 into a M249 SAW

Still need to create brackets for the pistol grip
Add a aluminum strip to cover the 10/22 magwell
Clean up the edges
Repaint it black
Add AR15 muzzle brake




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Marlin 795 into a SCAR

Repaint it black
Adding a AR15 muzzle brake





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Marlin 795 into a Barrett M99

I tried using a .22 bolt action but it would need some custom brackets.
The trigger on the Marlin 795 was too short so I decided to use a bullpup trigger linkage to pull the hammer thats tied to the existing M99 trigger.
Instead of cutting out an ejection port, I need to move the action back behind the pistol grip





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LOL...that is really cool...It must take a semi truck to get the all to the range!
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Old October 17th, 2014, 04:12 AM   #38
 
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Beautiful job on your making those dress up kits. Thought you might enjoy seeing mine.

Here's a video I just finished creating showing the evolution of my crank fire dress up kit prototypes versions 1 through 3. The first one is air cooled only. The second one is (truly) water cooled only. But my third prototype is convertible in under a minute to be either air cooled or (truly) water cooled (no fake water jackets here). I learned a lot making the first two, and my 3rd prototype incorporates new design changes that I learned from making the earlier ones. In the last several minutes of my video you will see my latest 3rd prototype firing at the range using the new GSG 110 rd drum mag and it's really spitting out the rounds. More old school and not as "tacticool" as what you've built, but I hope you enjoy it. Bill




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Now that is what I call a collection.
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Bill, those were just too fricking cool. absolutely love the third prototype using the air cool. Truly old school was too cool.
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I never knew you could buy so much CRAP for a 22! WOW.........but as they say....to each his own!
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Wow...I am speechless! That is really cool
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Cool builds! So many different iterations!
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