> no improvised weapons
> no plans and prints
Homemade weapons thread.
M11 part 1
M11 part 2
MAC 10 (1:1 with original)
Make a quick throw away account with a fake email if you want. It'll tell you to upload something first (You can delete it afterwards) so just find a random pdf to use, upload it and then it will let you download.
You can use Cutepdf to make PDF files out of random webpages, which can be quicker than finding one.
> Australian politicians are actually talking about regulating 3d printers.
Imagine if a virus could spread and start printing shitty single shots across thousands of computers, turning everyone into criminals overnight.
The guy behind the plans is a huge weeb and usually tags his designs with a picture of a sleeping anime foxgirl. See pic (down right corner)
Did this k/lansman ever show his face again after becoming world famous?
Hey, I've got a bunch of stuff. Any particular requests?
I'm only posting the weapons/blueprints related stuff out of these - There's way too many other files in the Paladin Press folder to even begin uploading.
Automatic and Concealable Firearms
MAC Model 10 .45 Receiver
Waiting for other stuff to upload.
Better MAC Frames
Building a full auto MAC (The guy who did this got V&)
If I had a rare pepe I'd give it to ya. Thank bud!
I've got a pretty complete collection of the Paladin Press books from various sources. Mostly explosives/locks/"survival" stuff.
The Sardaukar folder did have some lovely AOWs, but it is kill. I'll have to grab it from my other HDD.
this is pretty detailed. follow VERY VERY carefully.
Contents of said folder, at least the pdfs.
It makes perfect sense.
I hate seeing this keep getting posted, it's both unnecessary because it's easy as piss and incorrect as it skips a pretty important step in making them not turn out like dogshit
You're supposed to put zipties inside the paracord where the inner cordage goes for rigidity, that way the magpuls stand up on their own. Without this, they are pretty fucking useless as magpuls.
I know what you're insinuating, and yes, I was there, but I had nothing to do with it.
Attempting mediafire for that and other stuff.
I'm not saying you had anything to do with it. Hey I may not follow your likes and interests but I wouldn't attack you over it because I too like things that get me a lot of flak.
Here you go.
Ask and ye shall receive. (If you're into receiving)
Don't have a fantastic amount of info on either the DeLisle/Welrod, you'll have to keep and bear with me.
At that point you won't need a new barrel. Just make a chamber insert that accomidates the Tok cartridge. I've used Tok rounds in an insert in my nuggets before with good results.
I don't have the SAAMI specs for 7.62 Tok handy, but I'm fairly certain it wouldn't do anything horrific. The insert could probably even be made out of pretty shit steel too, unless you intend to fire steel cased.
Does anyone have any interest in Bill Holmes / Luty stuff? I've got pretty much everything.
I think you could just use this. Make it permenant and then modify the bolt to grip the Tok cartridge instead of the insert. Lastly just insert the bottom part of a tok receiver in the mag well. Hell you could even leave the grips on since the fire control unit comes out of the gun. It would take a lot of fitting but its not impossible.
FN FAL please
Also what PDF's do you have for the MP44? I've seen this one already
, but I wasn't aware that there was more.
For the rest of you, you guys can download the upper PDF and lower CAD file here on my website:
The rim of the insert will have to go to get correct headspacing with the modified extractor. Modifying the extractor shouldn't be too hard, and recycling the Tokarev frame to act as the magwell is genius. I might actually be able to go through with this.
Despite being a tremendous faggot, I've never really had the hots for the FAL, and thus, only have a bit on it.
The MP-44/STG-44 stuff I have is fairly standard, however, I have some drawings done in a CAD program. Need to make them into a PDF to do anything with 'em.
I also have a bunch of VERY large image files of AK schematics, if that's of any interest.
/k/ really needs to support .pdf files.
Have plans for a STEN.
That version is from the Submachinegun Designer's Handbook and... incomplete at best. Some user modification required.
I've got a physical copy of proper STEN MKII blueprints, and I could probably scan them in if anyone is as anal as I am.
Here's a folder filled with what I've got. Well, the stuff you haven't got, that is.
There's... a lot of fuckery and simplification in that version. The most crucial bits are the barrel bushing area, but pretty much everything is different/incomplete. I've got a commercial scanner, but I don't want to destroy the book and there's 138 pages of stuff. I'll most likely just grab the bushing for you guys tomorrow.
Thank you kindly.
Unfortunately not. The only CAD files I've got are for stuff I've designed.
I don't know, I haven't been on /k/ in about 7 months, and he was pretty long-dead before that. The guy was active within the last year and a half or two years here, and had some great fucking plans.
I think I spoke to him once or twice, too. Nice enough.
Anyway he had a "Give to /k/ if I die or am incarcerated" package that was released at some point, so he's probably dead. Oh, everybody speculated / maybe confirmed that it was suicide. Cool dude, but a little faggy in that sense.
Something happened to his sister in some godforsaken Asian country and he became suicidal. As far as I know he went to Southeast Asia to revenge and/or kill himself and we haven't heard from him since. This was in late July I think.
Anyone have the entire collection of his plans? I'm missing most of them. There should be around ten or so, right?
Upload all of them on drop box, media fire or megco in a rar? :3
I'd like to give it a shot, but it seems so easy to fuck up...
If only he did a video tutorial with comments, just to make sure I don't miss a step between two pictures.
The 'machinist's drawings' floating around are only rough estimates. You can visually see the results aren't 1:1 with original in the top pic.
More usefully, you'd want to get rid of the rotating magazine well (Use STEN MKIII layout), select fire set up and heavily milled parts. A simple, full auto only version as per below would fulfill all requirements.
totally not how to make a full auto tokorev right here
For the anon wanting a slavshit equivalent, I have test-fired the Valkyrie Arms DeLisle remake. The key to it being quiet is the inherently subsonic .45ACP. A Tokarev round is moving way too fast to make it quiet.
You do realize pictures are usually not taken at perfect profile views, right?
The photo may be skewed a little since the camera is not pointing perfectly 90 degrees at the central plane bisecting the gun.
That does not mean the drawing is wrong.
Trying to get shit ready so I can make a SA Sten based on measurements Zafta took of his
Currently having a bit of a crisis worried that it's going to be a huge waste of time because I lack experience and what I'm doing won't be good enough etc
I feel like this is the part of the design process that needs copious amounts of alcohol introduced
It's been known for a long time that the common 'machinist's drawings' aren't exact to the original nor from any official source. There are plenty of part's kit build threads that come to the same conclusion from measuring original parts. You can see the results are very obviously out of proportion with the middle pic (especially the barrel shroud), which is an example 100% drawn to scale.
Here's some AK drawings for you.
I've got my STEN plans all copied, need to scan them back in.
Here's all the STEN scans, in a convenient zip file! I'll eventually get around to making better ones, but these are very nice regardless.
Unfortunately not, but I wish.
He measured a Indianapolis Ordinance bolt!? That would help me soooo much with my sten build. If you have them/could refer me to him that would be fantastic!
These plans are really nice! Much better than the originals I found elsewhere. I wish I'd found these before going through and manually converting the units to burger...
No, I have a problem with a certain someone expressing and posting images of their fetish. Info is quality. I'd prefer if it was images of firearms.
If i wanted to see furry shit i'd browse e621 or some crap
If this thread is around Sunday I'll have a working caliper. If you want better mesurements
I feel a little bad but I do very highly recommend the IO kit, bolt, tube. Just a little pricey
I would buy the kit, but I wanted to make it all myself. It's mostly a machining project. If you have even crude drawings of it, that would be a massive help. The part I'm most interested in is the striker + rear of the bolt. If you have the time I'd really appreciate it if you measured:
the striker channel
the diameter of the guide rods
the holes for the guide rods (how far they are from the center axis, or circumference)
You can do drawings in crayon and post them here. I don't need anything fancy.
Basically what I'm working on would be a variant of the IO kits that uses glock mags instead of sten mags. Some other people have shown interest in buying these, and I might consider doing a few extra ones to sell (cheaper than IO)
Yeah, though I bet you could easily sell it for a profit on Gunbroker seeing as no has made complete semi STENs for sale
>>that feel when two more stens to build
If the thread disappears by tomorrow, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to get in touch. I'd love some input on my sten build.
Wasn't this the MAC homebrew with the bolt that was horribly underweight?
I spent 2 hours last night profiling a new firing pin for my DPM28 on my lathe only to fuck up the last operation and bend everything to hell.
DP28 pin on right.
The M version has a longer tail as a recoil spring guide.
In my semi version I lopped off the tip, and drilled it though, then pinned the tip in place into the bolt.
So I was making a new fp insert that would go in the tip, acting as the actual pin.
Stock was out too far, and I figured I could get away with it if I made light cuts...
Nope. Hopped right up on the cutter.
They're basically the same as the 2nd model in here:
Case head separation would occur, even with a mass large enough to slow the acceleration, the pressure is simply too high, and the case grips the chamber walls too tight.
There used to be a US .mil project out there looking into it, it required lubricated ammunition and ejected cases so violently
>it was considered a hazard to bystanders
Thats right, the Thompson Autorifle:
>On the positive side, the Autorifle action avoided the complexity of recoil-operated and gas-operated actions.
>On the negative side, the Autorifle required lubricated ammunition for proper functioning and the ejection of spent cartridge casings was so violent as to be hazardous to bystanders
I remembered that article almost word for word. Neat.
They also fired from an open bolt using the slamming mass as an added inertial lock.
>don't care about the condition of fired brass.
Hence the fluted chamber on Jisuri. Its all about getting rod of the grip.
I've been around in diy threads for ages. here's how it went down
>new OC plans start popping up
>soon people realize that it's the same dude behind all of them
>he starts tripping because some people wanted him to
>new plans every month or so
>suddenly no new plans
>starts being all emo and shit
>tells us he's going to anhero
>some fag from /lit/ comes along and tells the other side of the story
>apparently his sister had died in Cambodia or something
>we assume he goes on a revenge trip
>suicide note is posted few months later
>comes back late 2014
>the guy doesn't want to explain anything but implies that he "did what was necessary" and that "he found peace"
>promised to continue his work
>disappeared again, this time suddenly without a warning
I am pretty sure he got caught and is in prison. In his earlier posts he did say that he had been in prison before, for arson and weapons charges IIRC.
Not very related to the topic, but I found the guy interesting enough. And his plans were pretty good and some of the designs were really interesting despite being simple as shit.
Already had that one. Been slowly trying to get the dead wood versions as well for my shelves. Price adds up quick.
You should check out the DTIC archives. Lots of interesting reading in there. Currently reading on project POLCAT.
Question is do you want the classic looking STEN gun, or do you want a 9mm carbine. Because I've been working on a budget build that uses a few parts from the STEN, but requires all the rest to be built. Still working on the fine details, and if people are interested I will release the plans once I build it.
Looks good, I'd suggest flipping the charging handle slot. Having it more in view would make for a better indicator that something is amiss should one forget to retract it and send it into battery. Also, is that an AK grip and FCG?
In the works, I used some of the original STEN plans to model in CAD as a building block. Changing the angle of the charging handle will be one of the last things I do. And also yes, cheap and reliable AK trigger is going to be used in my build. The AK grip is something that works with the flat lower receiver so it felt right to include it also.
Anyone have plans for this thing?
Or anything other than the three pics I can find on it being used?
One of the other two available pics...
Would ATF care if someone manufactured these bottle openers with cutouts for opening bottles, and then sold these bottle openers as bottle openers?
Why am I asking?
>Alcohol Tobacco Firearms
And the last one.
Guys, am basically begging for some bottle opener schematics for this beast. It isn't as easy as the AR because, as you can see, it isn't two pieces and (basically) one dimensional.
I have heard that a lot of people at gun shows specifically did that. Or maybe they sold the cut out capable things as paperweights, I don't recall.
What I DO recall is that the ATF (specifically the A part) really hated the whole minors-getting-bottle-openers thing. Something along the lines of enabling a minor.
This one works a lot like the AR bottle opener, but it works for an AK. Somehow. That's what I'm trying to figure out.
It's not a true link, as it requires a hole to be drilled in the receiver. IIRC a few were sold, then the ATF revised its position saying that the receiver is the MG. This was during that short timeframe where giggle enablers were not MGs,even post 86.
Now if they made a trigger pack of some sort...
Cool, there only seemed to be 2 measurements I was missing but they're easy to fudge, but more accurate readings on the bolt diameter would be nice before I order the steel stock
Legitimately considering aluminum though, need to check strength ratings but hell in WWII there were plenty of STENs with cast bronze bolts so eh.