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Mark H

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 07, 2015 9:56 pm    Post subject: 2250 b  Reply with quote

Hi, just posting a few pics of the 2250 i put together, gmac multishot breech, gmac power adjuster, crossmods trigger, gmac silencer adapter, edgar bros silencer, bisley adjustable butt pad, stock by me from an old ash branch i picked up while out with the dog, internals by me which include ported and flowed valve port, wasted valve stem, increased volume, high flow transfer port, hammer spring guide.
The gun feels great in the shoulder and is steadier than my hw100, ive yet to put through the chrono and do some accuracy tests as i have just finished it today and the batteries are dead in the chrono, ill post the results when i have them. Tools used, dremel with sanding drums, 4" angle grinder with floppy sanding discs, band saw, router, drill press, and a drill, the channel for the cylinder was made using a brush handle wraped in sand paper as i didn't have a big enough round top bit for the router. Stands me at about £480 so far, must be mad but when you get the bug, at least the stock was free, hope the barrel is good or its another£115 for a lothar walther, hope the missus dont read this.
Rgards, Mark. by the way plastikote aerosol varnish is ace. Just got back from the local gun shop after a chrony session, 11.6ftlbs with crosman premiers, i am well chuffed, he didn't empty the capsule just ten shots so i dont know how many shots i will get yet.

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Location: Wolverhampton, UK

PostPosted: Wed Jul 29, 2015 7:24 pm    Post subject: 2250B Reply with quote

What a lovely job you've made of this. It's a beauty.
I've got a 2250B and to be honest, I'm not over chuffed with it.
It's got a plastic butt that's very loose and unstable, the fore end off the stock is also loose and looks like it's been worked on by an ape with boxing gloves on.
I don't think I have the skills to DIY a stock, so am looking to buy a wooden one, but not sure where from.
Anyway, well done, you should truly pleased with your efforts.

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