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Airgun Plans for Non Firing Inert Replica Weapons

Sterling Sub Machine Gun 9mm L2A3 Inert Replica

A full scale 1:1 replica of the MK4 Sterling 9mm Sub Machine Gun (Sterling SMG) - full scale plans and receiver template download

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The Replica can have an AEG Gearbox and barrel fitted to make a Sterling SMG Electric Airsoft Gun - See video below


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Barrett M82 A3 .50 Caliber Rifle Airsoft Sniper Rifle and Inert Replica Plans

Plans to build a full scale replica of the Barrett M82 .50 Cal Rifle. The plans include guides, photographs and template patterns to make a fully functional Airsoft Barrett M82 using a donor AEG (M16 or M4)

The plan set consists of 10 sheets of plans - A0, A1, A3 sized sheet in Adobe PDF format and Build Photographs to guide the production of the replica .50 caliber sniper rifle

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The plans Set includes a full sized reference photograph of the M82 and a free copy of the Barrett M82 User Manual for reference while making the replica.

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Home build Barrett M82A3 .50 Caliber Sniper Rifle - No welding, no specialist tools - Designed for the home workshop.

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Thompson M1A1 .45 Caliber SMG Inert Replica

Plans to build a full scale replica of the Thompson M1A1 .45 cal Sub Machine Gun. The plans include templates, photographs and dimensioned plans in autocad quality to make a realistic 1:1 full scale Thompson M1A1

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Colt .45 Double Action Revolver 1909 Model - Inert Replica

Plans to build a non-firing 1:1 scale replica of the famous Army Issue Colt .45 Double Action Revolver from 1909.

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The Colt .45 DA revolver is 10.8 inches long and 2 pounds 7 ounces in weight. The barrel is 5.5 inch in length and bore diameter of 0.455 inch.

The replica is non firing and designed as a display item although it can be used as a prop or for milsim use. The barrel is only bored out for half its length to avoid legal problems.

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M1911 .45 Cal Automatic Pistol Plans - Inert Replica

Plans to Build a non firing inert replica of the M1911 .45 Cal Automatic Pistol

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Maschinengewehr 42 - MG 42 Machine Gun - Inert Replica

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Plans to build a 1:1 scale replica of the German World War 2 machine gun known as the MG42 or Maschinengewehr 42 (Machine Gun 42)


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The replica is non firing and will not fire blanks or chamber rounds.

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Included with the plan set is a free set of plans to make a MG34 and MG42 Transit Chest to complement your replica MG 42

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Browning 1919 .30 Cal Machine Gun Inert Replica


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Pneumatic Air Rifle Plans

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Plans to build a Pneumatic Multi pump Air Rifle. in Adobe PDF and AutoCAD DXF format.


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The construction of the air rifle with these plans is considered an intermediate project, not recommended for the beginner. Some model engineering or workshop experience with the usual home workshop tools and machinery will be required to make this project.


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Vickers (Maxim) .30 Cal Machine Gun Inert Replica

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Plans to build a 1:1 scale replica of the Vickers .30 Caliber machine gun and tripod mount.


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Naval 18 Pounder Cannon - Inert Replica

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Miniature Naval Long Cannon Plans - make your own museum piece.


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Replica Dimensions:

Length overall: 8.5" (216mm )

Length of barrel: 8" ( 203mm)

Bore 0.433" (11mm)

Width at touch hole 1 5/32 " (29mm)

Width, front reinforcing band at muzzle 7/8" (22.5mm)"

Weight 2.1 lbs (784g)

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STEN Sub Machine Gun 9mm Inert Replica

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A full scale 1:1 replica of the MK2 STEN 9mm Sub Machine Gun (STEN SMG) - full scale plans and receiver template download

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Bazooka 2.36-Inch AT Rocket Launcher M1A1 Inert Replica

A full scale 1:1 replica of the Bazooka 2.36” Anti Tank Rocket Launcher from WW2.
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RPG -7 Rocket Launcher Inert Replica

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Ruchnoy [Hand-held] Protivotankovyy [Anti-Tank] Granatomyot [Grenade Launcher]

A full scale 1:1 replica of the RPG-7 Rocket Launcher.

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Lewis Automatic Machine Gun Inert Replica

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A great project with easy to follow template plans to make a Lewis .30 Cal Machine Gun.

Plans to build a 1:1 scale replica of the Lewis .30 Caliber machine gun and tripod mount.

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Browning M1918A2 BAR Browning Automatic Rifle Inert Replica Plans

A great project with easy to follow template plans to make a Browning BAR M1918A2 Automatic Rifle Inert Replica.

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Plans to build a 1:1 scale replica of the Browning M1918 BAR

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Ingram MAC 10 - Ingram Model 10 Sub Machine Gun Inert Replica Plans

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An excellent project with easy to follow template plans to make an inert Ingram MAC 10 Sub Machine Gun

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60mm Mortar Inert Replica Plans

A great project with easy to follow template plans to make a 60mm Mortar Inert Replica.

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Plans to build a 1:1 scale replica of the 60 mm Mortar

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Hotchkiss M1914 8mm Medium Machine Gun - Inert Replica

Make your own 1:1 scale Replica Hotchkiss M1914 8mm machine gun.

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A great project with easy to follow template plans to make a Hotchkiss M1914 Machine Gun.

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Winchester Model 21 Double Barrel Shotgun Inert Replica Plans

Another great project with easy to follow template plans to make a Winchester Model 21 Double Barrel Shotgun.


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Remington 870 Express Shotgun Inert Replica Plans

The much requested project with easy to follow template plans to make a Remington 870 Express Pump Action Shotgun.

Plans to build a 1:1 scale replica of the Remington 870 Express Pump Action Shotgun.


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Vickers .303 in. GO Mk1 - "Vickers K"

A great and much requested project with easy to follow template plans to make a Vickers K machine gun as used by the SAS in the Long Range Desert Group Detachments. The twin mounted Vickers GO was preffered due to its rapid fire rate - up to 1200 round per minute.

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Plans to build a 1:1 scale replica of the Vickers .303 Gas Operated MK1 machine gun.

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All parts drawings are full sized sized templates. As the plans are full size, measurements can be taken direct from the drawings - no scaling required.

Instructions on how to use the free Adobe Measure Tool are included in the plan set for those replica builders that are not familiar with AutoCAD.

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All Parts Drawings and Assembly Drawings are in AutoCAD DWG format and Copied in Adobe PDF Format.

The Plan Set includes full sized templates in Vector Graphics format, AutoCAD format and Machining Sheets have CNC G Code files included.

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The Contents of the Vickers K Inert Replica Plan Set are:

18 No. Full scale AutoCAD .dwg format drawings

19 No. Full Sized Drawings in Adobe PDF format

48 Pages Build Photograph Album

7 no. CNC Machine GCode Files for those builders wishing to CNC cut parts.

Instructions for Printing, Changing Measurement Units and Masuring Tools are included for the PDF format plans

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Avtomat Kalashnikova – 47 (AK-47) Inert Replica Plans

Plans in AutoCAD and Adobe PDF Format to build an inert replica of the AK47.

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6 Pounder Naval Connon - Full Size Replica Plans

Plans to build a full sized replica of a 6 pounder Naval Cannon.

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A great and much requested project with easy to follow template plans to make an Inert Replica M134 Minigun.

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The plans are full sized templates and construction of the replica uses commonly available materials that can be purchased from most hardware stores.

Advice on painting and finishing the Replica is included in the plan set.

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The Plans are for an inert Replica that is not capable of firing projectiles, and can not chamber any live or blank rounds.

The replica can be fitted with motors to spin the barrel and it is possible to convert the replica to fire Airsoft BB Pellets.

The normal home workshop tools and equipment are required to construct this replica including a drill press, router and Band Saw or Jig Saw. The plan set includes AutoCAD files for those builders who wish to use CNC machines or laser Cutter to make the parts for the replica Minigun.

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Plan Set Contents:

Adobe PDF Format Plan Set consisting of Large Format Sheets which contain full sized construction templates. A0 x 1 sheet, A1 x 1 sheet and 10 A2 sized sheets.

Plan set Tiled on A4 Paper for home printing is also included.

A 33 page build photograph and instruction manual is included with the plan set to guide you through the construction of the replica.

The plan set is repeated AutoCAD dxf and dwg format - 12 files.

Machining and Parts files are included for Band saw or Jigsaw cutting and also CNC or Laser Cutting parts, this includes 5 sheets 350x500 sheet size in pdf, dxf and dwg formats and Band Saw Files (cut between lines) 5 sheets in pdf and dxf format.

Files are sent by email attachment once payment has cleared.

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Chauchat Inert Replica Plans

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Make your own Movie Prop full scale Inert Replica Chauchat WW1 Automatic Rifle with this easy to follow plan set.

A great project with easy to follow template plans to make an 1:1 scale Inert Replica of the infamous Chauchat.

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The plans are full sized templates and construction of the replica uses commonly available materials that can be purchased from most hardware stores.

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The Plans are for an inert Replica that is not capable of firing projectiles, and can not chamber any live or blank rounds.

The replica can be fitted with motors to spin the barrel and it is possible to convert the replica to fire Airsoft BB Pellets.

The normal home workshop tools and equipment are required to construct this replica including a drill press, router and Band Saw or Jig Saw. The plan set includes AutoCAD files for those builders who wish to use CNC machines or laser Cutter to make the parts for the replica Chauchat Mle 1915.

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Plan Set Contents:

Adobe PDF Format Plan Set consisting of Large Format Sheets which contain full sized construction templates. A0+ x 1 sheet, A3 x 18 No. sized sheets.

Plan set Tiled on A4 Paper for home printing is also included.

A 28 page build photograph and instruction manual is included with the plan set to guide you through the construction of the replica.

The plan set is repeated in AutoCAD dxf - 21 files in Autocad dxf format.

Machining and Parts files are included for Band saw or Jigsaw cutting and also CNC or Laser Cutting parts, this includes 2 sheets 350x600 sheet size in pdf, dxf and dwg formats.

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Airsoft guns originated in the 1970’s-1980’s in Japan when owning firearms was considered illegal. They are primarily a prop gun made to simulate the real thing and were primarily used for target practice then. Airsoft guns use non-metallic pellets, usually plastic, for ammunition.

Today, airsoft guns are being used in strategic military-like games played by people from all walks of life and all ages. Their popularity is partially because they are full scale replicas of real world weapons.

The advantage to airsoft guns is that there is no area of the United States where owning one is illegal although some states require them to have an orange tip as a way of distinguishing them from actual guns.

Other states may require you to have a license for your airsoft gun or may have restrictions on the sale and distribution of airsoft guns. Airsoft guns are becoming more popular than paintball guns due to the fact that the safety equipment needed is less expensive.

An airsoft gun is not considered to be lethal. It can therefore be used legally by most people for not only for strategic games, role playing, and target practice but also for self-defense. When compared to firearms, airsoft guns are lighter to carry, they make less noise when shooting, and ammo is inexpensive and accessible.

Keep in mind that an airsoft gun will not kill or even maim your target. Airsoft guns should primarily be used to distract an intruder or attacking animal with pain, allowing you to either get away or move in closer to conduct a more lethal attack.

Gas Airsoft Guns

Gas powered airsoft guns make use of HFC22 gas canisters which come packaged similar to the ammo in real gun magazines. Insert the canister into the gun clip and load your pellets.

The gas is compressed in the canister so that when the trigger is pulled the gas expels from the canister and powers the pellet. High quality airsoft guns can fire as rapidly as you can pull the trigger and pellets can travel up to several hundred feet per second.

Electric Airsoft Guns

Electric airsoft guns are easy to use, generally well manufactured and primarily made in Japan. Electric airsoft guns include a motor that discharges the pellets very effectively. They are battery powered with batteries that can recharged and re-used and are generally more popular than spring operated of gas powered guns.

Spring Operated Airsoft Guns

Spring operated airsoft guns work precisely as expected, through cranking of a spring mechanism that results in compressed air that in turn propels the pellets when the trigger is pulled.

The spring mechanism itself varies depending on the type of gun used. Pistol replicas require repeated pulling back on the hammer to “load” the air, revolver style guns use a slide lever, whereas rifle replicas use bolts and levers.

Standard Safety Tips for Airsoft Guns

  • Do not point your airsoft gun at any person not wearing safety gear.
  • Immediately drop your gun at the direction of a police officer, do not attempt to “show” them that it’s not a real gun.
  • Always wear proper safety equipment including helmet, gloves, protective eye wear, and chest protection.
  • Keep your finger off the trigger unless you are ready to fire.
  • Store your gun unloaded until you are ready to use it.
  • Understand that your airsoft gun could easily be mistaken for a real firearm—take precautions.
  • Ensure that everyone within view of your playing area knows that you are engaging in play and not using actual firearms.
  • Never conduct airsoft games in an area where you do not have the owner’s permission or where laws prohibit such activity.
  • Do not use, carry, or display your airsoft gun in a public environment such as a park, school, or large event.

Make sure that you are fully aware of and understand the regulations for airsoft guns in your area.

France does not require orange tips on airsoft guns but open carry or even transporting firearm replicas, such as airsoft guns, in public areas is prohibited. Those under 18 cannot purchase airsoft guns over 0.08 in power. Any airsoft gun with a power of over 2 joules is subject to the same weapons law as actual firearms.

Germany considers airsoft guns with less than 0.5 joules power as toys and they are legal for any person. Airsoft guns with power between 0.5 and 7.5 joules fall under the same restrictions as air rifles, must be specially marked with “F in a pentagon”, and are illegal for anyone under 18 to use or purchase. Carrying of airsoft guns must be in a closed case.

Australia has very strict regulations for airsoft guns according to the area you are in so make sure you do your research here to avoid getting into trouble. In most areas, guns capable of automatic fire and those resembling machine guns or sub-machine guns are prohibited.

United Kingdom has the strictest of regulations when it comes to airsoft guns. They must always be carried in secured cases which prevent the firing of the gun while it’s inside the case. Those over the age of 10 can own an airsoft gun but only if given as a gift or with parental consent.

Airsoft guns cannot be sold to those under the age of 18 and can only be sold to those who are registered airsoft “skirmishers”. Penalties for violations are severe so it’s crucial that you fully research the laws in your area.

United States legally allows airsoft guns for users of all ages, which is the least restrictive laws when compared to other major countries. Some local areas have imposed additional restrictions with respect to propulsion and compressed air. Individuals must be 18 or to purchase an airsoft gun over the counter in stores.

The orange tip is not required by federal law except during shipping and transport. Several states do require the orange tip or bright color over the grip and trigger guard to differentiate from a real firearm. New York City requires airsoft guns and toy guns to be manufactured using clear or brightly colored plastic and possession of any instrument that uses air or spring propulsion requires a license.

Some DIY Airsoft Gun Projects

Modify an existing toy gun like in this video:

How to make a Airsoft Pistol

Make a sniper/shotgun airsoft rifle as demonstrated in this video

How to Make a Sniper/Shotgun Airsoft Rifle

This video shows you how to make your own airsoft machine gun from only 4 things: a soda bottle, automotive brake line, a quick release air compressor fitting and an air compressor blow gun.

As demonstrated in the video, this could certainly cause an intruder or attacker to hesitate long enough for you to get your family out of harm’s way and escape.

How to Make an Airsoft Machine Gun from a Soda Bottle

Here’s a neat little demo on how to turn an ordinary pen into an airsoft gun made from a pen and the explosive component from a party popper. It won’t be lethal and isn’t very accurate but it could work as a distraction.

How to Make a Mini Pen Shotgun

For the more serious airsoft gunners where budget is not an issue, you can get a custom airsoft kit like this one and assemble it yourself:

How to build your custom Airsoft Gun with the AMS Gun Builder 2.0!

Regardless of whether you decide to purchase an airsoft gun or make one yourself, please ensure that you are careful to adhere to any laws that apply for your particular location.

If you plan to use an airsoft gun as part of your self-defense plan in a SHTF scenario, make sure you have practiced with it and are confident that it will be sufficient enough to distract your attacker so you can make your next move.

Do you already own an airsoft gun? Is it just for gaming or is it part of your plan for a SHTF or WROL situation?

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Homemade Airsoft sniper rifle BB狙击步枪

Introduction: Handmade Airsoft Rifle

A simple airgun that was made from a piece of brake line, a blowgun, assorted air-tank type connection parts, and some (unknown type of) wood that we had laying around.

The basics:
What you'll need to build a gun of any sort, whether it's this one or any other is four simple components.
1: A barrel- Without this critical piece, your gun is just going to spit air everywhere and you'll have no place to put a projectile.
2: A projectile- This flies out of the barrel and at your target. This can be just about anything that fits down the tube.
3: A propellant- This forces the projectile out. For this, we'll use air. Compressed air, to be more precise.
4: A frame- Without a frame, your gun is more a mess of pipe that looks like you threw it together in 10 minutes. You don't want that. It's great when in a pinch and you want to try it out, but not so great after a month of battling and/or target shooting when people start asking, "When are you going to finish that?"

Now, in my case, I had the first 3. I felt I wanted a frame that was different. Now, I say this because I appreciate originality, and if you want to build my rifle from pictures alone, feel free, but I wouldn't mind seeing other rifles (I call any gun with a stock that, just fyi) based on my design. Heck, build one just using my instructable as a guide if you want.

Things you'll need:

A barrel in the size of the projectile you intend to shoot and adapters to fit the blowgun.
An air-type blowgun. I found an odd one in someone's garage sale and picked it up for $3.50.
A handful of handsaws (or a few good power ones. I can't make a lot of noise or the neighbors complain)
Plenty of your favorite drink. I chose Mountain Dew and good ol' Black Coffee.
A piece of wood. any dimension works, and any type (pine, oak, spruce, maple, etc) will work. Just remember that you'll have to deal with the lovely factors of more sweat in the project if you use harder woods.
Your most comfortable pair of safety goggles/glasses. You need your eyes for this project, so protect them.
Plastic and metal plumbing parts. I used metal for the gun, and plastic works, too, if you want to lighten it.
A regulator (probably the most expensive part of my project and the one that I actually had to buy.) You need this to take the air pressure down from tank pressure and make it variable. This is a nice factor to have.
Quick Connect couplings (optional) for those of us who don't want to waste any time after we finish shooting. Nothing better than a quick connector to disconnect the gun from your air tank.
An air tank. Where else will you... well, I suppose you could pump it up with a bike pump, but I didn't like that. I prefer an airtank in the backpack, and a small electric compressor to fill the tank at times.
A marking device for making rough measurements (that's what I did, at least)
A dremel (or other brand of rotary tool). This will save your butt many times. Ours has been beaten and abused, but still works.
A work surface
a) 2 part Epoxy (the stuff I almost swear can't have been made by mortal hands.) You'll need this to make your rifle frame bond to the barrel and the rest of it.
b) Electrical tape and superglue to hold the barrel together.
c) Extra zipties for holding the barrel together.
Zipties to hold everything together.
Teflon tape for sealing airline connections.
Wood screws to hold things together.
A screwdriver to install wood screws.
A drill might help at times. Sometimes a Dremel, while it spins faster, can't do the job.

Okay, onward!

Step 1: Assemble the Rifle

While I didn't document this part well, I've drawn up some photoshop sketches of basically what to do.

First: Locate the barrel and cut it to just the right length. What does one do to find said length? Just basically eye-ball the piping and pick how long you want the barrel to be. If you want a shorter length barrel, then make one. If you're a sniper and want a long barrel, then do so, too.
A hint: take your marking device and mark the line. Then cut with tubing cutters, a hacksaw, coping saw, miter saw, etc. Any saw will do.

Second, take your newly cut barrel, find your adapters (Remember, I told you about those...) and attach them to the back of the barrel.

Third, take your adapted barrel and attach it to your blowgun. If you want a more trigger-like feel, add a 90 degree elbow and threaded nipple to the blowgun first.

Fourth, attach your inlet piping to the blowgun. If you used a 90 before, you'll need one again now.

Fifth, add your regulator and gauge assembly to the back of the inlet tube. Note: I used a quick-connect between the gun and regulator because originally, I had 2 guns I used.

Sixth, add quick connectors to your airline and your regulator. Teflon tape is a MUST!

Step 2: Cut the Stock

Yep, you got it. Now you get to cut out a stock you find comfortable. Note my lacking of telling you the lengths of any of this yet? There's a reason behind it: every human is different, and what I like and what you like will be different. You see, what I like is bending my elbow in while shooting to raise my sights (almost literally 'iron' sights) to my eye-line so I can shoot. I also don't mind slightly odd positions with the fingertips (note the bends on some of them in the pictures)

So, what to do?

1: hold the wood and make your mark with the marker. I like my old sharpie for a reason.
2: grab your favorite saw. This can be a miter saw if you don't mind noise.
3: begin cutting. This could either take a mere handful of seconds up to a half hour, depending on your method. (hint: when possible, electricity beats hand power every time.)
4: repeat process until satisfied.

In my case, I decided to 'dremel burn' the back end with a sanding disk. I thought it looked somewhat cool and it rounded the edges. Not to mention giving it a look of being battle worn.

Also, note that you might have to change your stock slightly as you go, as far as cutting some parts out of it to allow other pieces to join up. I had to as well with my 2 piece stock, but was satisfied with the result.

Step 3: Zip-tie Stock to Gun

Do I really need to tell you how to do this? Simply zip-tie your stock to the frame of the gun. This will hold it in place long enough for you to get an idea for the next step.

For those who have never seen, touched, heard of, or used a zip-tie before:
They have one end that has a bulge on one side. This end you hold onto while feeding the other, more pointed end around the stock and gun. Insert pointed end through hole as long as the bulge isn't facing the pointed end, and give it a good push. Then, pull on the pointed end and you'll hear a 'Zip!' sound or the sound of a really weak fart if you pull slow. Congratulations: you just used a zip-tie.

For everyone else, sorry for making you read that.

Step 4: Cutting the Under-barrel Piece

Okay, you've now got a fully functional air-gun (yes, if you connect Step 1 to an air tank, it Will fire.), and a stock that you have attached only by a handful of Zipties to your gun.

Now I'm asking you to make another piece? Yes. The reason is because I want you to be visualizing this and improvising a little. Also, there's a lot of ways to go about this. Some might want one solid piece of wood, others content with 2, and me, I used 6 pieces.

My way? I cut a piece of my odd 2x4 6 times, got 6 nearly-equal sized pieces and a piece of scrap to use later.

I intend to epoxy them later.

For now, I use wood screws.

To comply with my ruling of "An image for nearly every page", I included a photoshop of how to do this, and also what else can be done.

Step 5: Epoxy Things Together! (Solution 1 of 3 to Mount Barrel)

Okay, a few things before I start on this:

1: Epoxy comes in 2 parts and must be mixed first before using. Won't work otherwise.
2: For those who insist "I'll use superglue", you won't. Your barrel and frame will separate if you sneeze on it. Use epoxy. If you don't have it, there are another 2 solutions.
3: It stinks! This stuff will foul the air for hours after use, so it's best when done to toss your mixing plate and stick in the outside trash can. You'll at least de-appetize the animals.
4: Use in a well-ventilated area. Yes, you may think it's fun getting an "Epoxy buzz", but you'll hate the headache in a few hours. Not to mention, ventilation reduces the stink and preserves your brain cells.
5: Don't ever get it on your hands. Acetone won't do. You'll have to grit your teeth and lose some skin in pulling it off. It's not like super-glue.
6: As Epoxy cures, it gets hot. Keep this in mind when using it.
7: While it may say it dries in 5/15/30 minutes, that's all it's done. Epoxy needs time to cure, and bond with the items you've smeared it on.

Okay, I'm sure you're sitting there bouncing in your seat screaming, "Get on with it!"

Here goes.

First: grab a paper plate or anything you and your parents won't mind throwing out. Also grab a popsicle stick or a plastic fork. Don't rebel against your parents by using their good forks and plates for this, you'll be grounded faster than you can say "Oops."

Second: Mix your 2 part epoxy. My method: Resin first, hardener second, mix for 30 seconds, scrape up, and smear on the part.

Third: scoop up some epoxy and smear it on both the barrel and the wood at the same time. Don't coat your zip-ties.

Fourth: wait for it to dry, and jump to Step 8.

Step 6: Use Lots of Electrical Tape (Solution 2 of 3 to Mount Barrel)

Okay, you find you either don't have the patience to use epoxy, or your parents won't buy it, or possibly you couldn't find it. Well, don't worry. I bounced a question off a senior builder on this site who made a rifle that inspired me to finish mine. Here's a snip of our conversation with trying to mount a barrel on. Kaelessin is in bold, I'll be in italics.

Original Message
Sent Mon, 23 Mar 2009 at 2:48 PM by Madrias357
Okay, I really need some help and I figured after you had designed the ultimate in cool-looking weapons (your Angocoellum (I think that's how it's spelled) rifle) and wondered the same question I had earlier.

How the heck do you mount the metal (in my case a metal brake line tube) to a wooden frame?

Original Message
Sent Mon, 23 Mar 2009 at 3:33 PM by Kaelessin
hmmmm I'm probably just being thick but I see two possibilities for "the metal"

If you mean the fiddly bits then I just hot glued them in and covered them with plastic to keep them where they belong.

If you're referring to the barrel then I'd suggest making barrel clamps with some sheet metal: just bend it to an omega(the greek letter) shape where the barrel fits snugly into the loop portion and screw it down to the wood.

Old muskets had rings around the stock and the barrel that held everything in place. You could make some rings out of short sections of pipe bent to shape as well.

Let me know if you need more clarification or if I missed the question!

Original Message
Sent Mon, 23 Mar 2009 at 3:38 PM by Madrias357
Was referring to the barrel. As far as the sheet metal goes, I don't have access to that.

Though, would epoxy work?

re: Assistance
epoxy should do just fine . . .obviously make sure you clamp it in really well in multiple places.

If you want the look of barrel rings then you can wrap electricians tape around the barrel/stock in a few places very tightly and a few times around to build up a "ring" then you can paint it and/or give it a rub n buff finish(or any gilding compound)

So, this one is given credit to Kaelessin for the idea. So, those of you who want to do this, feel free, but back it up with superglue, at least, so that the tape's not the only thing holding it on.

I also thank Kaelessin for assisting me with the project.

So, your steps?

1: clamp barrel to lower frame for securing purposes so you can use both hands to handle electrical tape.
2: apply a thick amount of tightly stretched electrical tape in many sections along the barrel and lower frame.
3: (optional but recommended) Add superglue where possible.
4: jump to step 8

Step 7: Zip-Tie! (Solution 3 of 3 to Mount Barrel)

This one's easy. You know those zip-ties you added earlier? They're crying out for friends, so add more zipties. This will help as far as holding the barrel on, but looks horrible to see a gun covered in zip-ties.

But, some can't get epoxy, and others can't get tape, and superglue alone isn't strong enough (I tried it already and had a black-and-blue toe for my troubles). So, everyone can get Zip-Ties. Ask your parents for them. State they're good for almost everything (this is true! You won't be lying. You can tie cables up with it, secure cabinets shut if you don't use them, a not-very-secure lock, the possibilities are endless. I know a friend who hung up a clock with a chain of zip-ties).

If your parents won't get you zip-ties, tell them you'll buy a bag yourself (not all that expensive, really. I bought 1000 for 20 dollars, and 1000 zip ties will last a long time) and all they have to do is drive you to your local Home Depot or other such hardware store.

1: wrap zip-tie around barrel and lower frame
2: pull zip-tie tight
3: cut off excess
4: jump to Step 8.

Step 8: Cut Smaller Pieces

These little pieces are to connect your epoxied/zip-tied/taped lower frame to your epoxied/zip-tied/taped stock. They're optional, but make the gun look nicer and in some cases, easier to hold.

I used 7 pieces. You can use any number you want as long as you like it.

I have a front panel going up the front of the blow-gun-valve.
I have 2 pieces connecting front panel to stock
I have 2 pieces going up the sides connecting to the lower pieces and front panel
I have a piece going up the back
and lastly, a piece to complete the trigger guard.

These pieces are optional, but can make the difference between 'looks like crap' and 'wicked cool!' with any gun they're added to.

Another wise idea would be to wash your stuff after getting it covered in garbage. After each day, preferably. That sweatshirt started to stink pretty bad after 3 long days of using handsaws, dremel tools, and the miter saw.

Step 9: Add Sights, Scope, and Extras (optional)

If you want, add some pieces to make your gun look different.

Some things I'd suggest, though, would be at least a front and rear sight assembly, and/or a scope. This way you can actually aim the weapon in the direction you want with more precision than just 'point and shoot'. With mine, I had sights built in, as far as the flare for loading pellets easier into the barrel and my really cheap garage sale blowgun actually lining up and being somewhat accurate.

Other things that can be done:
adding LED's for a light effect
Add a speaker with sound board for sounds
small lead weights to add/balance the gun
spare wood screws of short lengths
Computer parts
ammo tray with lid

The reason I can list all those without having done them? My friends built similar guns long before I got around to posting this.

Step 10: Personalize!

Okay, so you've got the gun just how you like it. It's built in your style, with the holding method you chose. You're satisfied with the design, the sights are dialed in, but it still feels like you're missing something. That little edge to set it apart from the rest.

That edge is customization.

You'll want to come up with something unique to you. Me, I'd go with a nice coat of paint, and possibly dremeling my name into the gun. Or my username. Whatever the case is, do something you like.

Everyone's different and will have different tastes for their gun.

Some might want to glue added items on to give the gun a cyberpunk or steampunk look.
Some might make it more cartoonish by adding a funnel to the end of the barrel (also improves loading ability when you drop ammo down a funnel)
Some people will add paint or wood stain.
Others will put dents in it for battle wear.
Other people will dremel-burn the entire gun.

This step is yours to mess with. I'll leave these ideas up to you. It's your gun, you know.

Step 11: Loading and Shooting It!

Okay, as I left a lot of things open to you, every gun will be different, but alike in one way: this gives you a muzzle-loading gun. I don't have the desire to make a breech-loader.

So, how do you load and shoot it?

1: Put on safety glasses.

2: Connect up to your air tank.

3: Stuff your projectile down the barrel, with wadding behind, projectile, and wadding in front, pack it down with a ram-rod of appropriate length, and take aim.

4: When you're lined up on the target and are sure you want to shoot, press and release the trigger quickly.

5a: cheer with joy when you hit the target
5b: grumble when you miss

6a: jump back to step 3
6b: adjust sights and jump to 6a.

Step 12: What Else to Do?

Well, you can always stuff your air-tank in an old backpack to attempt to increase your mobility.

If you used a large-bore barrel, you can make a shotgun slug out of bbs and a fast-food napkin.

You can try shooting cans with it instead of paper targets.

In fact, there's a lot you can do. Feel free to do them, as long as you don't get in trouble, and if you do, accept the fact that I didn't force you do build this.

Just remember, when you use this gun, use it responsibly. Mine's been chronographed at 550 feet per second with a .20 gram airsoft bb. That means that it can do plenty of damage. If you intend to shoot your little brother with this, turn the regulator down so the feet-per-second's lower, and don't shoot him with things that might cause harm.

If you designed one with a pvc pipe barrel and shoot marbles, perhaps shooting your brother would be better left alone. Or, shoot him with a shotgun slug of airsoft pellets. Don't hit him with the marble.

Definitely don't shoot at the windows, passing cars, people on bikes or walking, police officers, etc. Use it responsibly!

And if you do get in trouble, I'm not responsible for your actions.

Also, please comment on what you think of my first instructable.

Step 13: Keep an Eye Out for More Modifications.

Trust me, I don't intend to keep the 6 piece under-barrel very long. I like it, yes, but it's not sturdy. I was thinking of using a piece of oak to make the whole under-barrel one piece.

When that is done, I'll then show the final product.

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How to Make a Sniper/Shotgun Airsoft Rifle

Introduction: How to Make a Sniper/Shotgun Airsoft Rifle

The above video demonstrates a simple and inexpensive airgun design that can be used with airsoft pellets or a wide variety of other projectiles.

6mm ID Brake Line (Test with airsoft pellet to check size)
1" x 4" PVC Pipe Nipple
1" Threaded End Caps (x2)
1/2" x 1 1/4" Spring (Approximate size)
Washer & Nut to fit the attached Brake Line Fittings
Brass Air Tank Valve (Schrader Valve)
Compact Bicycle Pump

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I made it, and it's AWESOME. I just have one problem: I need a solution for the pellets spilling out when i hold it downwards. I also am wondering if there is an easier and faster way to load the bullets, and if a larger pvc will make it have a higher fps.

I have a suggestion. First, for the pellet to not fall out of the barrel find where the bullet should rest and cut out a section on the barrel. Many airsoft guns have what in called the "hop up unit," this unit holds the pellet until fired out of the barrel so you can take the hop up from an old gun replace that section of the barrel.

Second problem. I would not expand the air chamber because doing this would take longer for you to fill the air chamber still having a FPS very close to the original.

I hope this helped you. :)

Very cool! Glad you like it. You can keep pellets from falling out of the barrel with a bit of paper/tissue as wadding, just like an old muzzle loading musket is loaded. I don't have a faster way to load pellets.

I have a problem with this, I sealed the bb with hot glue just as it said, and put it all together, and there Is a leak coming out of the end of the barrel, I am confused and kinda aggravated.

probably is the O ring. Put some pipe thread paste on it and it should seal better.

how does the air from bicycle pump go into the chamber?

from the shrader valve, stop askking.

Could you show how to make a magazine for it

i reckon for what its worth make a 'magazine' that you can manually (a rod that goes into the mag) push up a bb through a x cut piece of paper into the barrel

I imagine that would be quite difficult, but you could probably make some sort of speedloader device.

how does the air from the bicycle pump go into the chamber? Please respond, I'm thinking of building one. Thanks :)

Through the schrader valve

how far or what fps does it get

what is a schrader valve? And also how far does this shoot or what fps does it get, thanks again.

how does the air from the bicycle pump get into the chamber??

This is just awesome. What's your favorite replica weapon?

How do you reload

I made it but do you side the pellets down the barrel or what

Yes, you slide pellets down the barrel. You can use a bit of cotton to hold them in if you don't want them rolling out.

NightHawkinLightb can you help me with this

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The following video is the result of months of viewer requests to create a single-shot airsoft rifle. The design I decided to film the video around ended up being quite durable, and very capable of being loaded with single pellets, or multiple pellets to operate as a shotgun.

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  • Compact bicycle pump

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