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Crosman 1377 bullpup
Topic Started: Friday Jun 30 2017, 12:57 AM (1,139 Views)
Qyuubi786
I've made a bullpup airgun from a 1377. Mine still has the original main tube with a steel air reservoir inside. The trigger mechanism is the original 1377 trigger with the unnecessary material cut away. A notch has been cut into the trigger guard for the extended trigger.

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I'm using a Dovetail to Picatinny Rail Mount to push the scope forward. The rails are covered with rubber rail guards (normally used for last Gen AR15s or in airsoft) for a comfortable cheek weld(compared to bare metal).

The barrel shroud is made of carbon fibre with the other parts being 3d printed. The suppressor is also 3d printed and can be changed with the shorter barrel shroud to reduce the report further.
The scope is a cheap 2.5-10 x 40 scope. It has a 3d printed scope cam attachment attached.
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I get 8 consistent shots when charged to 900 psi using a hpa tank. It's far better than pumping 10 pumps for a single shot, but it's of course not as good as having 50+ shots per fill. :)
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