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Expedient Homemade Firearms   BSP 9mm SMG   P A Luty pdf

Expedient Homemade Firearms BSP 9mm SMG P A Luty pdf

The upper receiver assembly consists of a 1 ¼ ” BSP tube (screwed at both ends) and fitted with a Cap and Reducer, as photo ‘A’ below illustrates. Photo ‘B’ shows the reducer and cap screwed onto the receiver tube and the barrel assembly ready for fitting.

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Expedient Homemade Handgun Ammo   P A Luty pdf

Expedient Homemade Handgun Ammo P A Luty pdf

In the photo below I am sizing 9mm jacketed bullets because they are as near to the diameter we require as bought (9mm - .356”) and less sizing will be required as a result. You can of course re-size any .38 lead bullet (.358” – 9.09mm) and from a re-sizing standpoint any lead bullet is easier to size than the jacketed variety. I am using jacketed bullets simply because that is what was available at the time of writing but it does illustrate that even the hard case of the jacketed bullet can be sized using this simple device.
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Expedient-Homemade-Firearms-Vol-II-PA-Luty.pdf

Expedient-Homemade-Firearms-Vol-II-PA-Luty.pdf

Expedient Homemade Firearms D D ’ ’ H H O O M M E E M M A A D D E E R R E E A A M M E E R R I would strongly recommend the use of a professionally ground reamer to cut the chamber of any barrel. However, if it is necessary to build your own reamer, the following method can be used. Unlike the chamber we cut in volume one, using a taper pin reamer, the straight walled case of the .32 and .380 cartridges means that an improvised chamber can be cut using a series of three drill bits. For the .32 chamber we require one, 7.8mm drill and two, 8.5mm, and, for the .380, a 9mm drill and two 9.5mm in diameter. Whichever of the two calibres it may be necessary to cut a chamber for, the only difference is the diameter of the drills used, all other measurements remain the same. We will proceed as if cutting the chamber for the .32 cartridge. First, three 78mm, or thereabouts, lengths of 14.29mm barrel tube are required, (See Figure ‘OO’). We will call these the ‘Reamer Tubes’ from now on. The inside diameter (ID) of each of the three tubes must first be reamed out using the three drill sizes given above, i.e. one tube is reamed out to a diameter of 7.8mm, and the remaining two tubes to a diameter of 8.5mm. As can be seen in the accompanying drawing, reamer tube No1 accepts the 7.8mm drill and the No2 and No3 tubes the 8.5mm drills. For the .380 chamber the No1 tube accepts the 9mm drill and the No2 and No3 tubes the 9.5
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Expedient Homemade Firearms - BSP 9mm SMG - P.a Luty

Expedient Homemade Firearms - BSP 9mm SMG - P.a Luty

- L L O O W W E E R R R R E E C C E E I I V V E E R R T T E E M M P P L L A A T T E E (Hole diameters shown in millimetres) The lower receiver is composed of two receiver side- plates, each being 9¾’’ in length. Each plate is identical. Each side - plate is cut from a length of 2.5mm thick steel sheet to the shape of the above template. The square recess shown in figure ‘A’ is the anchor point for the shoulder stock. This measures ½’’ square.

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MAC11 9mm Construction & Conversion   Iron Wulf Publishing pdf

MAC11 9mm Construction & Conversion Iron Wulf Publishing pdf

Conversion of the existing M11/9 semi-auto, as described earlier, requires modification of the existing frame to allow it to receive the SMG trigger Parts. The largest obstacle in the way is a bent piece of metal inside the frame to the front. It should be obvious that one of the tricks to welding sheet metal and avoiding warp, is to fill holes, thus minimizing metal shrink. Therefore, careful examination will show that the bottom center weld in this bent metal piece can be seen pretty clearly in the metal finish. It is centered in both directions inside the two bends of the piece. Actual location from the front of the gun is 1.25" ( 1 1/4" ) It is suggested that the flats were originally stamped for the SMG models, since the SMG safety slot and detents are evident as well as the stock latch block mounting holes to the back. Only the sear stud hole has been eliminated. To avoid any more holes than necessary, this weld will have to be cut carefully to remove only the metal from the bent piece, not cutting through the bottom piece. Of course, the simplest method is to drill a hole through both pieces to remove the weld, but then you have a hole to fill (or leave for a drain ). The sear stud hole still must be placed at one inch centered. So, for the least hassle, drill the sear stud hole on location through both layers and cut the weld in the center of the bent piece only through the thickness of that piece. Do this after removing the entire trigger group parts set. Then, after removing the bent tab weld to the right side, a sharp tap with a cold chisel at the lap of the two in the front should knock out the bent piece, however, the best method is to mill out the area surrounding the weld and forward to the inside front edge of the front bend, using care only to cut the metal of the insert piece and not the frame. However it is accomplished, care must be taken not to change the square shape of the frame. A sharp cylindrical 1/8" carbide cutter in the Mototool will do as well, and the separating disc in that tool is great to cut the weld at the tab, though it surely can be done with a hack saw blade. Be certain to clean up any rough weld left after the cutting or drilling is done .
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Homemade ATV

Homemade ATV

faq.page HOMEMADE ATV FAQ Here are the answers to some questions we've been asked: Q: I was on your website, I have been looking for plans for an ATV. I was trying to download them but some of them didn't work. Are you still in the process of building or was it just my browser. A: On busy days, Geocities shuts down the website for an hour when too many hits are received. Wait an hour and try it again. You can also download the Blueprint plans in a zip file at

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Field Expedient Methods for Explosives Preparations   Desert Publications pdf

Field Expedient Methods for Explosives Preparations Desert Publications pdf

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UC foldable SMG

UC foldable SMG

. Section 7 - Ammunition The UC machine gun is designed and built to use standard factory loaded 9mm Parabellum (Luger) cartridges, also designated 9x19mm. The UC has been test fired using ammunition with round nose, full metal jacket projectiles. The shooter may try other ammunition. Other projectile profiles will work, although some ammunition designs do not feed properly in machine guns. Use only recently made, high quality ammunition during operation. Old ammunition may break down with age, causing it to become unstable and dangerous. Do not use any cartridge that is dirty, bent, corroded or damaged. Never oil cartridges. Bad ammunition can cause a malfunction resulting in injury or death.
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Homemade Ammo   Duncan Long   Paladin Press pdf

Homemade Ammo Duncan Long Paladin Press pdf

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Expedient Handgun Ammo

Expedient Handgun Ammo

In the photo below I am sizing 9mm jacketed bullets because they are as near to the diameter we require as bought (9mm - .356”) and less sizing will be required as a result. You can of course re-size any .38 lead bullet (.358” – 9.09mm) and from a re-sizing standpoint any lead bullet is easier to size than the jacketed variety. I am using jacketed bullets simply because that is what was available at the time of writing but it does illustrate that even the hard case of the jacketed bullet can be sized using this simple device.
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A Bsp Seminars Publication

A Bsp Seminars Publication

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Firearms Costs, Firearms Benefits and the Limits of Knowledge

Easing Concealed Firearms Laws proposes that "greater tolerance for legal carrying may increase levels of illegal carrying as well.. For example, criminals have more reason to carry fire[r]

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Professional Homemade Cherry Bombs & Other Fireworks   Desert Publications pdf

Professional Homemade Cherry Bombs & Other Fireworks Desert Publications pdf

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BSP Floating Point Processor pdf

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Firearms Certification

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This keeps us in compliance with safety rule one. If you are concerned about loaded firearms around the house, you should be. Guns are inherently dangerous, and should not be left unattended. Children are likely to find them and proceed to experiment. Children can load firearms, as well as obtain ammunition from their friends’ homes. They don’t intend to shoot the gun, but often children do. It’s not whether the gun is loaded, but whether it is accessible that you should be concerned about. When you are not in direct control of your firearm, it should be secured in such a manner that children cannot get it into a firing mode. Lock the gun in a safe, a gun case, or place a locking mechanism on it. This is your responsibility whether a child (or irresponsible adult) is invited into your home or not. Should one of these individuals obtain your unsecured firearm, you may be very unpleasantly surprised at your potential civil liabilities when someone is injured or killed with your gun.
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Firearms in the Family

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Gunshot Wounds   Practical Aspects Of Firearms Ballistics & Forensic Techniques pdf

Gunshot Wounds Practical Aspects Of Firearms Ballistics & Forensic Techniques pdf

A study of 46 suicidal centerfire rifle wounds of the head revealed the location of the entrance, in decreasing frequency, was the mouth 41.3%, the temple 26.1%, underside of the chin 15[r]

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