Bearpup Trilogy: I – Unexpected Shotgun (photo-calypse warning)
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01-12-2013, 05:43 PM #1
Bearpup Trilogy: I – Unexpected Shotgun (photo-calypse warning)
I like shooting trap and clays, they remind me of drones. It’s good practice, no? I always wanted to get a “shotty” to shoot trap that is not from Fuddistan. None of them are black, killy or “military looking” enough. So I build it myself. A lot of them also really long too. Why do you need a gun that long without a bayonet? To reduce length, I am eliminating butstock, going for bull-pup style and having a barrel so close to your face is never good idea, unless the vodka spring has run dry and life has lost meaning. Hence, I’m making a solid shield to go around the barrel. So bullpup systema was definitely on the menu together with vodka, pain and reading my favorite passages about trains from Anna Karenina.
Many gun shop sell shit is expensive and complicated. I chose this shotgun for seventy dollars. It is a single-shot Sears shotgun before they went progressive and started making shitty tools from China. It came with a random magazine like Teddy Kennedy at Dairy Queen: it kind of “fit” but do not feed correct cartridge.
You can see it is a relatively simple mechanism, with few moving parts which means only one thing … what would Kalashnikov do? … I mean after a good drink of vodka, banya and more drink of vodka? I need to cut off a whole bunch of things and throw them away or give to AR fanboys to attach to their ass.
I have welded up magazine well like it never happened, who knows, may be Sweinstein thinks 2 cartridge is “high capacity”?
Then trigger group plate was cut off. Latch hook was oversized to 1/4 inch and a piece of drill rod welded to it.
I made a bottom plate to hold the latch hook in place from two bits of scrap, then refined it into a more liver pleasing shape.
Then I attach another piece to that piece to make this into a mind-****ing shape, but it is one moving piece mind-****ing shape. Because I build to bullpup systema, I just need to connect it to trigger linkage to make it go boom.
Also when I come to shoot clays, the gun racks are full of fancy Clitoris (or Clitori sp?) shotguns with crazy shit scratched on them and I have no where to put my own gun.
So I think that I want to build a shroud for shotgun that has some base, like a lamp, so I can put it on the ground like this.
First I cut out round base and put bent edge on its side
Then, I cut out a cone from a template and soaked it in cat urine to give it an extra smell:
... than hump it with a hammer like bored monkey and marry them together
Then I weld to main shroud-pipe where the shotgun will go into, because I’d rather rub my ass against Barney Frank than put my head next to the shotgun chamber … or may be not?!
I honestly don't know WTF happened here, I got drunk, made it. Then, I would get drunk many times later trying to understand why I did this in a first place. My best guess is that I wanted to make a third pipe over the shroud for slower death when the shotgun blows up.
I got this handle from some place and thought it would be for an AK, but it was too big. Then I attach a handle and wander how the **** I am going to run linkeage through two pipes?!
At this point, I said, **** this shit, I need to make another handle, may be incorporate trigger group into it too. I cut a hole in the pipe shroud
then I start with a bunch of metal and shape it with a small file while drinking vodka, hating and occasionally jacking off
Then I found another set of mutant bakelight handles that didn't fit any of my AKs
When making a gun, you need to restrict barrel so you can’t shoot anything big out of it. Otherwise ATF would shit their panties if they saw it, right before they put you to jail. Crap, taxpayers already spend enough on panties for ATF, so don’t do it comrade!
I am making a restricter piece that blocks the shroud from being classified a DD although it's a shotgun so it's kind of exempt ... ah, my head hurts. It’s ok to have short barrel if you pay two hundred dollars to ATF, but if you don’t pay you go to jail. ****ing mafia [b][color=red]*[/color][/b][b][color=red]*[/color][/b][b][color=red]*[/color][/b][b][color=red]*[/color][/b][b][color=red]*[/color][/b][b][color=red]*[/color][/b][b][color=red]*[/color][/b]s!
Bolt modification was easy, I cut off the handle, could not find it and made another handle. This one is bigger, blacker and more "military style" than the original.
I had to polish the underbelly of the bolt so it could glide over the latch smoothly.
I was too lazy to make front sights, I ordered them from some site and spent shitload of time figuring out how to mount them.
Same deal with rear sights.
Now I assemble all part together. It fit like glove on OJ but without the rubber glove already on his hand. It looks good and now I need to name it. I think may be Russian Shit-hits-the-fan Gun but it is too many ****ing swear words. So may be milder equivalent like Russian Poo Gun or RPG for short. Then I think it needs a number, like all cool guns need some ****ing number. So I think number 7 is good, is lucky number. So here it is, my: RPG-7.
I went to shooting range and shoot many round of cartridge to get pattern. The pattern is good. Both sights are ****ed up, so they work well together.
Then I email this guy Ahmed from TSA that I met flying back from Florida, it was a romantic story …
Check out this shotgun that I built, is this legal?Infidel Boris, (sorry man, it’s just a formality)
What you got is an RPG-7, a rocket launcher. You didn’t have to build that shit, just sign up with Fast and Furious and you get one in the mail, personally autographed by Eric Holder. Some day it will be worth a fortune (RPG that is, Eric is a worthless POS)
Come over and let me see if we got any ammo for it, our local PD just did a group buy for a “traffic enforcement” tank and a bunch of anti-dog seeking missiles.
PS. Make sure to put a towel on your head and strap a fake suicide vest so that cops can’t stop you by “profiling” when you drive to my house.
So then I go to internets and search for RPG-7. Holy shit, Russians have built a time machine and went back in time to steal my design and name! That’s ****ing unbelievable!
In any case, I see plenty of people having fun with RPG-7. Shit, people in 3rd world countries shooting it everywhere and I got stuck paying for a bunch of [b][color=red]*[/color][/b][b][color=red]*[/color][/b][b][color=red]*[/color][/b][b][color=red]*[/color][/b][b][color=red]*[/color][/b][b][color=red]*[/color][/b][b][color=red]*[/color][/b]s in Congress, ATF and I can’t even legally own one. This is the kind of freedom I want to spread back here, **** those goat sodomizing monkeys!
There are guys shooting RPGs in a pool
Over their heads
Sideways, ghetto style
This one chick even does a captain Morgan with an RPG
Then there is a drive-by
and an angry "I need to take a dump RIGHT NOW" dude
In case your balls aren’t blue enough with firepower envy, here are more RPG action shots for your suffering
and a short vid shooting an RPG7
RPG-7 pretty much came after RPG-2, which was no joke, developed at an Agricultural University and could be manufactured from regular water pipe. RPG-7 is a recoilless rifle, definately very assaulty and "military style". Absence of bayonet lugs and high capacity clips make it somewhat palatable to moonbats. It was officialy taken on in 1961 (52 years ago) and since 1968 took place in every armed conflict on this ****ing planet ever since, which makes it one of the most iconic recoiless rifles ever.
here is your vodka and potatoes RPG-7:
but in reality, there were many other iterations and versions. Besides the standard iron sights, you can attach what ever the **** you want to the standard side mount. In fact there were red dot sights and night sights:
The RPG-7 body itself, was made in other variations, like this paratrooper unit:
and of course some monkeys made few out of gold
In terms of ammo, this is what makes RPG-7 so awesome: it uses 40mm impulse charge/rocket driven shaft, leaving the shape and size of the payload to whatever the **** you want.
Russians have discovered the cumulative principle, where a concavly shaped cone charge produced a "cumulative stream" that generated over million athmospheres of pressure and pretty much could punch through any armor. Of course they got so excited celebrating, they got wasted and totally forgot about it, because Americans first used their bazookas to devastate Nazi panzers and start this whole RPG craze.
Originally, Soviets only made anti-tank rockets and backward Bulgarians are credited with making their own shots that were basically water pipe packed with explosives and used as anti-personell round. Soviets also observed that Afgan freedom ... mujaha ... ok, the goat ****ers on their side, were using too many RPGs, something like 10 thousand in a short period of time (against other goat ****ers who had no tanks) because they would just blow up whatever moved with an anti-armor round which was still kick-ass and just blow any shit in the proximity. But here are more rounds that were developed later.
Currently Russians make their own "thermo-baric" shots that create an explosive mist that not only blows humans but also can be effective against light armor.
In later times, many tanks started using an "active armor defense" that's basically steel plates backed by explosives. When an RPG hits those, the explosive throws the rocket the **** away from the armor, not letting the cumulative stream to pierce it. Soviets then developed a "tandem shot" that basically had a "troll" charge to activate the active defense, meanwhile the real charge would come from behind and tear the tank a new [b][color=red]*[/color][/b][b][color=red]*[/color][/b][b][color=red]*[/color][/b][b][color=red]*[/color][/b][b][color=red]*[/color][/b][b][color=red]*[/color][/b][b][color=red]*[/color][/b].
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01-12-2013, 05:46 PM #2
To this day, RPG could be effectively used against armor and low flying targets, proving that $5 technology can still shit on several millions worth of armor and electronic faggotry.
when everything else fails, you can always shoot your shovel:
classic RPG-7 goes with AK, like vodka with caviar
I know that no one is going to read this part, but I just have to say it, there were three reasons for this build:
1. I wanted to explore ergonomics of shooting a heavy rifle resting on your shoulder. Like benchrest shooting, there may be some use for those who only drag their rifle from car trunk to firing line. Many shooters modify their service rifles with heavy barrels and other crazy shit to better shoot paper targets, so why not go all the way then?
2. I wanted to explore how effective it would be to shoot with dominant hand forward. My thought was to utilize the sober state of natural hand-eye coordination that we learn from childhood: reaching for things we can not afford and pointing fingers at comrades when they accidently crap their pants.
Sunday trap at your club
... and I wanted to get this decal
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More pics from the build
well, the secret is out, I had a demilled RPG-7 all along and was too cheap to pull it apart.
On the other hand RPG-7 is a pretty heavy piece with dramatically different balance oriented toward its actual function - recoilles rifle
Here is the "blast" chamber where the engine goes off, providing the initial push
Because I did not need the thicker part in the middle, in order to maintain the countour, I had to create an extra pipe to hold the second handle
Also, I wasn't too crazy about making front handle and trigger group, but it turns out that the handle is actually made from aluminum, like in gAyR. It's fine when you fire a recoiless round, but when you need to hold entire recoil of the gun, you need steel ... if you get my drift.
The other handle doesn't really do much, it's pretty hard to absorb any recoil with it in my build, unless you are shooting like that guy in sneakers and a cape.
The other superroyal pain in the ass was to mount the damned sights, which I had, but the mounting posts are hollow to allow springloaded sights to fold.
here is ShadyDuck1979 blasting a drone with a birdshot
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01-12-2013, 06:06 PM #3
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01-12-2013, 06:15 PM #4
01-12-2013, 06:20 PM #5
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01-12-2013, 07:01 PM #6
You never cease to amaze my friend.
Vodka is on me next time I see you.
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01-12-2013, 07:05 PM #7
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01-12-2013, 07:47 PM #8
01-12-2013, 07:51 PM #9
It was a fun day at the range today, always glad to be a guinea pig. Great job on that rig, its so giggle inducing its not even funny.
01-12-2013, 07:59 PM #10
so full of win it's not even funny