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Well like the title says guys..... Lets see them.

MY CA Spr....
Got a Systema M130 spring put in here. Lubed everything up and she is good to go. Went down to try and try a few test shots....... and no go. So either I have the motor hooked up wrong, or I need a stronger battery/motor. So still a little more work to do on her.

Slowly working on her as much as I can. I am hoping to get this rifle up and going, if it doesn't get sold ;), and be able to use the crap out of it.

So does that sound right, with the motor and the battery? I am planning on getting the biggest lipo I can, an 11.1v to fit into the stock tube. So power shouldn't be a problem
. And then of course eventually getting a mosfet.

Then there is the We 1911
I took my pistols apart to just clean them up and work on them a little bit. So while I was inside I found a spare barrel I had laying around and made it fit. So now the inner barrel is over twice as long as the original, has a nineball VSR bucking inside, and then of course the carbon fiber shroud.

Man when this thing fires it is awesome. It makes a really small thud. The only thing that I need to do with this pistol, is probably a high flow valve, and a stiffer return spring.

So here is a pic of the Silent Sisters.



 

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Does it have to be something that spits out bbs?


Working on another ghillie now for my spotter. That and maybe some work on my 1911. Mostly some DIY mods. Could post pics as that was my original winter project, but might be selling it now ::)
 

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I wouldn't think so fuzzy..... as long as it is sniper related stuff, post it up.

I have gotten a couple questions asking how I got the suppressor on the SPR... Well here is a quick walk through of what I did.

First I got this suppressor, http://shop.ehobbyasia.com/accessories/silencers/spartan-doctrine-40x335mm-light-weight-silencer-14mm-cw-ccw.html

I then took the one end that threaded onto the end of the barrel, and I sanded the outside until I was able to get it inside the suppressor, while it was screwed onto the outer barrel.

I then took the other adapter and then sanded off the internal threads. I did that so I could slide the adapter over the outer barrel, while still keeping it nice and snug.

You then can put the adapter, with out the internal threads, onto the outer barrel. Then screw on the adapter to the muzzle end, with out the external threads.

You are then able to slide the suppressor over the first adapter, at the muzzle, and then you can screw it onto the other, that is over the outer barrel.

And there you have it! You can move the back adapter to adjust the length of the inner barrel inside the suppressor. When it is inside of the float tube like mine, the thing is rock solid. There is no movement between the inner, outer barrel, and the float tube.
 

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Well, here is what my winter project has been. Been going by rather slow, but it's just about near completion. Main thing I am waiting on is the PolarStar Solenoid Box to place in here.

Here is the rifle in her current state.


This is a silencer adapter I made to slide over the original outer barrel. Not sure yet if I want to attach it with 4 separate grub screws or just permanently attach it with some DevCon or JB Weld. I've got a 2 inch OD x 11 inch tube of Carbon Fiber to make in a can for this rifle and a 2 inch thick cylinder of Delrin to make into some end caps for it..


Here is a closer shot of the rifles main upgrade parts. G&G Metal receiver modified to fit the PDI Chamber Block, this rifle is more solid than a brick shit house now. Also another plus to the metal receiver is the more solid scope mounting pieces. Originally the scope had some play in it that you could force with some pressure from your hands, now it is a solid piece on the receiver. Also in the image you can see the few little things I machined and blued. Yet to drill and tap the holes for the sling stud yet since I have been to lazy to buy a pair, but they will come, eventually.
 

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Yea... been dicking around with this shell now for 2 months just waiting to put that in here. Release date keeps getting pushed back so I am left with just more random external mods to the rifle. Can't wait until my CF tube and Delrin gets here, I know that will at least turn into a real nice piece.
 

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Plan was to just turn it on the lathe, figured I would take my bits to the stone beforehand to get them nice and sharp. My delrin will be 50.8mm in diameter and my CF tubing is 50mm OD and 47.5mm ID, so hopefully the plan is to take the delrin down with only a few passes to get the OD to the correct size, let it cool down, then take another pass to get the part of the end cap to fit in the tubing. Only thing I want to try and avoid is having the heat enlarging it and throw of my measurements or have it get to hot and melt. Hopefully it will all go smoothly, but it might have to wait since I recently finished up the machine shop section of school and have moved onto stock making.
 

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Will need to get some pics of the SAW I have been working on.

Trying to add what I know about the sniping side of things and add them to the SAW. So hopefully it will make one hell of a support weapon.

*EDIT*

Well a package from my buddy. Wound up being the replacement hop up for the SAW. Come to find that it sucks. :( So when looking for something better, I found that the shafts of my dremmel tools would work nicely.

So I got to cutting and shaping, and ended up with a nice solid piece. So now I have a replacement hop up chamber that is brand new.

I have attached a piece of outer barrel to the front of the rifle. There is a piece that holds in the gas regulator, you can take out the assembly and remove from the rifle. I found an old outer barrel, and found that the outer barrel of the SAW fits nice and snug inside. So out came the JB weld and affixed the barrel sleeve to the rifle. Now no wobble in the outer barrel.

I have already finished the wiring on the rifle, and have gotten a better switch for the trigger. I found some nice 12 gage wire, so nice and beefy


Am on the look now for a better lower hand guard for the for grip.

And I am also trying to mod the box mag, so it can hold vastly more ammo. Trying to figure a way to arrange the inners of the box mag, so 90% of the mag can be used as ammo storage.
 

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I'm awaiting packages with all the goodies for my SR-25 to arrive. I went for externals for now, and when I return home for the summer and once again have my shop available to me, I will continue on to externals. Pictures to follow as soon as I get the parts. I went a little Magpul crazy...
 

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Wonko... Woogie... You must tell me how those HPA gearboxes turn out; I have been forever wanting to either buy or create a gas DMR and these look like the easiest solution :)

Oh, and thumbs up on the PSG1 Wonko, I remember holding that thing, its probably the sturdiest PSG out there now. Good work man!
 
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