The Man from UNCLE replica pistol

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ed-209

Sr Member
Little off topic but thought you might enjoy seeing these photos. I was commissioned to take one of the anodized aluminum part sets and remove the finish and polish them to a chrome-like finish. Eventually, he hopes to add these parts to a chromed Walther P-38. --Ed
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ed-209

Sr Member
The takedown lever was badly damaged and broken into halves. Once in place it needs to be rotated to lock in the barrel.
Because of that, there really wasn't anything I could do to piece it back together as it was so small.

I did however use Milliput to cover the cracks on the surface. Once dry, I carved back in the serrated detail. Mr. Surfacer was then applied and sanded smooth.

I actually had to do that a few times. Finally, I coated the surface with super glue and let it dry then painted it.

I was able to fit it into the two halves into the hole so it would lock the barrel in place and glued it in place.

It is sturdy enough now that it won't fall out as the frame and barrel are holding it in place.
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19narvik40

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These are images of the three parts I sold from am MGC UNCLE gun just for reference. They are the short barrel extention, flash suppressor and shoulder stock.
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userd1402

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Little off topic but thought you might enjoy seeing these photos. I was commissioned to take one of the anodized aluminum part sets and remove the finish and polish them to a chrome-like finish. Eventually, he hopes to add these parts to a chromed Walther P-38.
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You say "one of the anodised aluminum part sets". I have never seen these available. Where / when were they made?
 

ed-209

Sr Member
The 'Birdcage' Flash hider on the left has been 'metalized' by applying graphite powder and clear coated. The one on the right is just painted flat black. --Ed
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ed-209

Sr Member
PROJECT: FINISHED

Complete restoration of the MGC / RMI 'Man from U.N.C.L.E. Pistol / Carbine Special.

I hope you guys enjoyed following the progress that took it from a very abused replica model to a newly restored like-new condition model of the firearms used by our favorite agents, Napoleon & Illya.

Should anyone need to have their replica models restored or have any questions, please drop me a line.
'Channel D, out'
Ed
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ed-209

Sr Member
That's a shame. If you were missing the scope, you could substitute a real Bushnell scope. The mount, however is a different story. I don't have the machinery to duplicate the part. Sorry. --Ed
 

BrianM

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Yes, I have an actual scope. do you have some great pics and measurements of the mount? I could 3D print one.
 

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