Folding stock for Haspro blaster or PVC home build

Discussion in 'Replica Props' started by wtac, Aug 4, 2006.

  1. wtac

    wtac Well-Known Member

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    I was asked by a board member to consider making a version of my folding stock design for the hasbro blaster and this is what i have come up with.

    It opens fully and locks in the open and closed position and I have included the rear sling ring. I have made it of metal for durability but it does not add a lot to the overall weight of the Hasbro, it does however make it feel a lot more realistic. They would also be useful for anyone making up a blaster who want a working stock.

    Please let me know what you think

    If anyone else would like one please Email me via my site for details.

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  2. Capt MarVell

    Capt MarVell Well-Known Member

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    Outstanding.

    Jim
     
  3. Prefect42

    Prefect42 Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    wtac,

    You did an excellent job. I never understood why that part was dropped after the first few years. Possibly to save on costs but the gun never looked right without it.

    All the best.

    Ted.
     
  4. wtac

    wtac Well-Known Member

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    <div class='quotetop'>(Prefect42 @ Aug 4 2006, 08:33 PM) [snapback]1293939[/snapback]</div>
    Thanks

    I am pleased how it turned out especcially as it has the bottom brace that I do not think they ever had
     
  5. RedTwoX

    RedTwoX Sr Member

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    Very nice. Almost seems a shame to bolt it to a Hasbro. However, I imagine those who go Trooping will be appreciative of the accuracy-to-weight ratio.
     
  6. wtac

    wtac Well-Known Member

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    <div class='quotetop'>(RedTwoX @ Aug 4 2006, 08:37 PM) [snapback]1293947[/snapback]</div>
    Thanks for your comments
    It is a modified version of the stock that I put on the all blasters I make, and I thought it was a shame that Hasbro did not have a stock as they look wrong without one.
     
  7. spidermale

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    Looks great as always John. I dont know how many people know the amount of time you devote to your props, or that one of the reasons you do this is because you know not everyone can afford high priced props. You bring a sense of honor to the craft. I still have those Hasbros here for you, when your ready for them.
     
  8. redeye

    redeye Well-Known Member

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    Looks fantastics. Interested in getting one :)
     
  9. xwingband

    xwingband Active Member

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    You so beat me to the punch... I was going to do this for my upgrade. Saves me the work... :D
     
  10. SaberFreak

    SaberFreak Sr Member

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    Wow that looks...urm....I'm lost for words :eek

    I'm sooo getting one. Hope it don't cost too much...
     
  11. wtac

    wtac Well-Known Member

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    Hi

    to answer a lot of Queries the Cost of these I have put on the junkyard so please have a look there.

    Thanks
     
  12. LZeitgeist

    LZeitgeist Well-Known Member

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    Whoop a$$... That's the reason why I never bothered to replace my old original toy with any of the new versions... it was one of my favorite toys at the time, but it was the stock that made it feel 'real' and 'screen-accurate' to me as a kid.

    Excellent job..
     
  13. Nick K

    Nick K Well-Known Member

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    This is exactly what I need to do with mine. Thanks for posting.:)
     

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