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Thread: AGD C/F frame - Crossman stock mod

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    AGD C/F frame - Crossman stock mod

    Well OPBN ask the question and I was the guinea pig

    http://automags.org/forums/showthrea...Will-this-work


    First step was to check what was preventing the two from mating
    as you can see they are close but material needs to be removed for the AGD frame to fit




    i cut the back off the stock because it was in the way of the rear screw on the frame




    as I refit and cleared away more material from the stock the frame became easier to insert






    I wanted to maintain the channel the posts on the frame ride in, but on the crossman frames the geometry is slightly different.
    I took a used cutting wheel and cut the channel straight back. I used the painters tape as a guide






    i cleaned up the front and checked alignment again, and marked a spot for the new hole from stock to frame






    using a hand file and sandpaper i cleaned up the back




    Drilled and tapped the hole 10/32






    ...and BOOM!!!




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    wow, 22$ WELL spent

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    IMG_0343.jpg

    One I did a while back a little differently. Fits on an emag frame.

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    How secure? Any wobble?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OPBN View Post
    How secure? Any wobble?
    very secure no wobble at all. you could even put mounting screws into the bottom of the frame as well

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    Glad to see. And not much modding to the frame really besides a hole. Easily convertible back to stock grip. Might have to go ahead and pick one up for giggles. Thanks for the nice right up and pics for those of us that are reading challenged. lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OPBN View Post
    Glad to see. And not much modding to the frame really besides a hole. Easily convertible back to stock grip. Might have to go ahead and pick one up for giggles. Thanks for the nice right up and pics for those of us that are reading challenged. lol.
    Always a pleasure

    I like it

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    Always wanted one of those set up like that, wish I had the skill to finish it off like that. Great work

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    total cost?
    My sydarm weighs less than yours!!!

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    $22 shipped to the wally world down the street... and a steady hand to cut it

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    Quote Originally Posted by rukh013 View Post
    $22 shipped to the wally world down the street... and a steady hand to cut it
    sorry, I meant time spent and misc cost.
    22$ +.... ?
    I was just looking to compare, I have 3 of these stock previously mod'd and done about 3 yrs back. didn't know they were that big of deal.
    just comparing cost to a production stand point.
    thankyou,
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    it took about 30-45 min, I made sure to use tools most people have: Dremel, cutting wheel, high speed cutter, 1/2" half round bastard file, sandpaper (220 then 500) and tape as a guide

    if i did it again i could do it in 10 min, there wasn't much to it. the checking the fit as i went was the most time consuming

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    Quote Originally Posted by rukh013 View Post
    it took about 30-45 min, I made sure to use tools most people have: Dremel, cutting wheel, high speed cutter, 1/2" half round bastard file, sandpaper (220 then 500) and tape as a guide

    if i did it again i could do it in 10 min, there wasn't much to it. the checking the fit as i went was the most time consuming
    Oh good 10 mins, frame and stock in the way to ya, would have hated for it to take you longer than 20 mins

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mercenario View Post
    Oh good 10 mins, frame and stock in the way to ya, would have hated for it to take you longer than 20 mins


    what???

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    This makes me want to but a mag just to make into a rifle. Very nicely done!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rukh013 View Post


    what???
    Trying a jedi mind trick of sorts, need to keep practicing

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    WOW. I wish I had those skills when I did mine:




    I sawed of the bottom of my frame instead of making room for it on the stock. That's why I applied the tennis racket tape over it. Still, mine doesn't wobble either but I'd love to have preserved the frame as you did.

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    it works on both the crossman frame and AGD frames, tested it this weekend

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    http://automags.org/forums/showthrea...ONS-of-GOODIES!!!

    modded frame now for sale...

    If anyone needs tips for this mod message me and i will gladly help out

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    I went a different route with my mod, little more work than I had originally intended though


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