New Series BSG blaster

Sidewinder

Sr Member
Nothing like an upcoming con for you to finish props:

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Matt's kit based off a .38 blank firer (which still works) :love

SAS
 

Exodus

Well-Known Member
That looks great. I just started watching the series and I can't believe I haven't started sooner. I've been wondering if anyone had built one before and now I know. I thought it looked a little similar to the Bladerunner blaster. What is the kit made out of? Great work.
 

Reaper57

Well-Known Member
<div class='quotetop'>(DrStranglove @ Jun 16 2006, 08:10 PM) [snapback]1262903[/snapback]</div>
Why oh why did they switch guns from the Mini to what they use now???
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i so agree, this gun had a bright future and died early. :cry

here is a pic of mine durind building showing the sub assemblies around my wifes titanium Taurus 38.

it did fit. :angel

it also is a VERY fine kit. Matt is super :p

i used a blank gun also though. :)

john :cool
 

TazVader

Sr Member
Thanks for that Sidewinder...

Oh...I know that Jay...I just want one that shoots LOL Yours is for......display ect;)

Thanks
TAZ
 

phase pistol

Master Member
RPF PREMIUM MEMBER
Nice shape on the trigger guard. :thumbsup

I like mine but that was the one thing that kind of bugged me.

 

Matsuo

Sr Member
RPF PREMIUM MEMBER
Looking good.

Did you come up with a method to make the halves removable to reload the revolver. I have several ideas but never followed up on them.

Once I finish up all my back orders I think I might just re-visit this project.
It's just too classy to let die. ;)

Matt
 

Sidewinder

Sr Member
This is how I did the reloading mod:

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The top piece is screwed into the donor gun through the hole Matt molded in.
Razorsaw cut the shroud along the first of the 'grip' lines at the top rear and also at the front halfway through the width. The front cut I drilled both sides and glued a locating pin in one half.
The removable side is held in place with one screw.
The grenade launcher/trigger shroud is screwed together from the inside and held in place on the gun via one screw up into the barrel.

So to reload, it's just two screws.

SAS
 
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