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defcon
08-25-2012, 12:22 PM
Quick updates to my 10/22 M14 EBR

Added the rear sight
Jb welded the 10/22 mag to the M14 mag
UTG bipod
3-9x50 Bushnell Banner scope
10/22 flash hider

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defcon
08-27-2012, 7:54 AM
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Triple A's
08-27-2012, 10:22 AM
Very nice look the jb welded clip really brings the look altogether!

defcon
08-27-2012, 10:26 AM
Very nice look the jb welded clip really brings the look altogether!

thanks. i had to chop off the M14 mag because it was too long. added some epoxy putty inside so the 10/22 rotary mag can sit on it.

POLICESTATE
08-27-2012, 10:28 AM
I did a similar project which I ended up morphing into something else because I couldn't get it to look the way I wanted but you, WOW! All I can say is you've done a outstanding job! What stock are you using?

Your solution on the magazine (which I just passed on) is awesome, very nice. Very nice indeed!

defcon
08-27-2012, 10:30 AM
I did a similar project and all I can say is you've done a fantastic job! What stock are you using?

Your solution on the magazine (which I just passed on) is awesome, very nice. Very nice indeed!

thanks

its an Echo 1 full metal airsoft stock. just completely gutted to drop in the action/barrel.

JB weld is a wonderful product

which stock were you using?

POLICESTATE
08-27-2012, 11:04 AM
thanks

its an Echo 1 full metal airsoft stock. just completely gutted to drop in the action/barrel.

JB weld is a wonderful product

which stock were you using?

How much modification did that require? Sanding? Dremel? Cutting? I have no familiarity with airsoft parts for at least 10 years so I didn't even consider that option though now that I think of it, it would be fine for a 10/22 :)

I used the tapco, the one for a std barrel because the ribbed style of the bull barrel stock sucks, required a lot of dremel and sanding and it's still not quite there yet but perfectly functional. Originally I was going to stick with a stock barrel and make as close an approximation to the m14 as I could get but then I got the bull barrel and just made it into something else.

defcon
08-27-2012, 12:15 PM
How much modification did that require? Sanding? Dremel? Cutting? I have no familiarity with airsoft parts for at least 10 years so I didn't even consider that option though now that I think of it, it would be fine for a 10/22 :)

I used the tapco, the one for a std barrel because the ribbed style of the bull barrel stock sucks, required a lot of dremel and sanding and it's still not quite there yet but perfectly functional. Originally I was going to stick with a stock barrel and make as close an approximation to the m14 as I could get but then I got the bull barrel and just made it into something else.

this one was pretty easy. i normally just cut out a huge rectangle and dremel off the sides until the 10/22 action just slides in

the i use a power drill and make a hole into the M14 receiver where you need to use an extended screw through the buffer of the 10/22

bolt on the action screw under the receiver. then use Devcon steel epoxy putty around the action screw. the shape will end up being a cube. unscrew the action screw and let the epoxy putty cure.

no sanding since this is a full metal stock. its easier if you have an angle grinder, dremel, power drill and a table vice. if you had a mill, then it would be a lot easier.

thats it

these airsoft stocks are the closest thing you can get to a 1:1 scale of the real version

POLICESTATE
08-27-2012, 1:46 PM
That's some great modification you did there! How much was the stock anyway?


this one was pretty easy. i normally just cut out a huge rectangle and dremel off the sides until the 10/22 action just slides in

the i use a power drill and make a hole into the M14 receiver where you need to use an extended screw through the buffer of the 10/22

bolt on the action screw under the receiver. then use Devcon steel epoxy putty around the action screw. the shape will end up being a cube. unscrew the action screw and let the epoxy putty cure.

no sanding since this is a full metal stock. its easier if you have an angle grinder, dremel, power drill and a table vice. if you had a mill, then it would be a lot easier.

thats it

these airsoft stocks are the closest thing you can get to a 1:1 scale of the real version

defcon
08-27-2012, 1:56 PM
That's some great modification you did there! How much was the stock anyway?

i got lucky and found it for $100 on craigslist. son left it at the moms house and mom didnt know the true value of it. it normally runs $350+

donw
08-28-2012, 2:16 PM
very unique and nice...

defcon
09-05-2012, 11:07 PM
Did a quick video on a 10/22 M14 EBR take down. Minor cosmetic work still needs to be done to smooth out my dremeled cuts but it functions well as you can tell by the range videos.

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