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G41 AEG

Postby grifter » Sun Oct 16, 2016 10:59 am

Hello,

Here is a custom achievable by any amateur handyman just asking an aesthetic modification of the whole.

Allows a semi auto playable German side over a wide period.

[B] Start: [/ b]
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[B] End point: [/ b]
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[B] Exhibit necessary: ​​[/ b]
_M14 Wooden stick
_short magazine M14
_front and rear K98 "shoetree"
_Rear sight K98

[B] but not required additional room: [/ b]
_handlebar protected
_Butt platte

Being jealous of the digging tool butts Droopaille, I abandoned the idea of ​​buying a rifle G41 and adaptation of mechanical M14.

So I went on the butt of an M14 that I modified with wood filler to resemble the more ready than the G41.

For this filling holes strap rings, the butt plate.
Addition of pulpwood for the tilt of the hand guard.
Manufacturing / addition of a wooden extension fitted to the front of the stick between 2 "shoetree", the butt of the M14 being far too short.

Photo close, becarefull (it stings the eyes ...)

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_PVC parts holding the 2 "shoetree".
_The 2 upper hand guards are also in deformed PVC / reformed
_The Barrel is made from an M870 tube drop, tip made with two component paste.
_Made it / body sculpting covered in a Teflon fall.

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Then cylinder head, bolt, bolt handle and rear sight holder also made deformed PVC, all the parts glued together to not form a single piece of a piece.

Reduced fire selector and grip the magazine (to try to be discreet + possible).

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All attached to the M14 by:
_ The side screws on the left side M14
_a screwed through the body of sight and connected to a countersunk hole on the thickest part of the barrel of the M14.

The aesthetic is very perfectible but gives a correct print I think.

Just be that I find a system allowing me to spend my semi lever / useful burst if blocked the semi.
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Re: G41 AEG

Postby Joseph Porta » Sat Oct 22, 2016 7:07 pm

I made one in 2006/7
used a real g41 stock and MP40 inside, made the rest from scratch



good job on yours :good:
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Re: G41 AEG

Postby Joseph Porta » Sat Oct 22, 2016 7:10 pm

it wont let me post a picture ?


forums are a pain in the arse when your used to facebook :D
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Re: G41 AEG

Postby Sieubermensch » Sun Oct 23, 2016 7:01 pm

Thanks for the Info! can you be a little more detailed on how you did the front end like the sights and muzzle?
also what size pvc pipes did you start with
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Re: G41 AEG

Postby grifter » Sun Oct 30, 2016 10:58 am

So they are 4cm diameter PVC pipes just cut in middle and heat /sand to make the right shape and size.

the sight:
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And the muzzle is made with bi-composant paste just around the M14 muzzle and sand conical
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Re: G41 AEG

Postby Sieubermensch » Thu Nov 10, 2016 11:11 pm

sweet just finished mine before seeing these posts. Lol not nearly as nice or as accurate but it gets the point across

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