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Thread: So i built a "Magpup"

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    So i built a "Magpup"

    This project has been cooking for quite some time, i think its finally getting to a point worth sharing! I love bullpup designs, i've been trying to figure out how i wanted to go about stuffing an mag into a bullpup format for a while now.

    Here is what i came up with:



    And because everyone loves build pictures, here are a few pics from the creation process:







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    Nice work....thats a very LONG barrel, where did you get it?

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    ha, yea the barrel is more than a little rediculous... its a 23" stiffi barrel. I posted a WTB thread over on MCB a while back to acquire one for this project on the cheap.

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    I remember you tracking down that long stiffi barrel on x7og. I wonder how you'd utilize that in a project, and now I know. Thumbs up for a unique build.

    Although it does bring a tear, almost borderline sacrilegious, to cut up my favorite.....the Metadyne m68. I love old Metadyne stuff and those are hard to come by. Kudos for integrating and blending the tactical/high tech with the classic wood look. Nice job!

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    I wanna see the sear linkage!

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    Quote Originally Posted by robertreed711 View Post
    I wanna see the sear linkage!
    didnt you notice the block that holds the pnue ram?

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    Nice job.

    What is the shroud/rail setup off of?

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    Quote Originally Posted by barkingspider View Post
    I remember you tracking down that long stiffi barrel on x7og. I wonder how you'd utilize that in a project, and now I know. Thumbs up for a unique build.

    Although it does bring a tear, almost borderline sacrilegious, to cut up my favorite.....the Metadyne m68. I love old Metadyne stuff and those are hard to come by. Kudos for integrating and blending the tactical/high tech with the classic wood look. Nice job!
    If it makes you feel any better i did feel a bit guilty cutting it up I no longer have any A5s however and i didnt want it to go to waste.

    Quote Originally Posted by robertreed711 View Post
    I wanna see the sear linkage!


    Quote Originally Posted by BTAutoMag View Post
    didnt you notice the block that holds the pnue ram?
    I have it cut out to fit the Hill Pnue block, but i did end up going with a direct sear linkage. It should be quite straightfoward to convert to Pneu in the futur
    Quote Originally Posted by Levi View Post
    Nice job.

    What is the shroud/rail setup off of?
    It was originally for a Tippmann A5, as mentioned i believe it was a metadyne M68 shroud.
    Last edited by sQuidvision; 03-16-2014 at 01:56 PM.

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    Did you ever get that Ripclip-mag adapter working? Seems like it would be tucked nicely out of the way on the right side, minimal mask interference.

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    damn good memory Nanotech, yea i did get it working, ended selling it what seems like a few years ago now. I do agree that a warp right would help significantly with this setup.

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    hell has it been that long since you sold your rip clip adapter? i remember you showing it to me over at special forces. but i dint make it out at all last year.....

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    Nice work. Looks clean.

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