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Offline MnStrkTom

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Finished G36/.22lr build
« on: August 28, 2008, 10:36:56 AM »
I just finished my Classic Army G36/.22lr rifle. Before I started this I had no idea how real this rifle looks and feels when finished. I haven't handled any other make besides the Classic Army but let me tell you, it is worth the extra money. The CA body definitely makes this feel like a real firearm. I wanted this to look like and function as real as possible so I took the extra steps, and time to make it work. I used the Mossberg 702 mostly due to price and size. I picked up 2 new ones at Dicks sporting goods for $90 apiece. It is also thinnner than a 10/22 so I figured it would work for other projects. I Heavily modified the 702 receiver and trigger pack. The 702 was purchased exclusively for this project so I wasn't too worried about modifying it. The 702 trigger guard was completely removed so I could keep the G36 trigger guard intact. The top right side of the receiver where the cocking handle needed to slide was also filed down to smooth everthing out. I went a different route in mating the 702 to the G36. I used some 1.25" aluminum square tube to make a housing for the 702 receiver. The 702 has 2 mounting screws located underneath it, so I used these to mount it in the aluminum frame. The frame is then held inside the G36 by means of 2 sex bolts, which can be seen in the pic. This is a 100% solid mount. The only problem I am still working on is the safety. The 702 safety lines up perfectly with the takedown hole for the G36 trigger group and magwell. Still trying to figure out a way to get something in there to work the safety without cutting the hole and making it finger accessible. I was going to drill through the 702 safety button and a machine screw through it with springs and nuts on either side but the metal is too hard for a drill bit to penetrate.
here it is

I modified the existing cocking handle assembly so it would work for the .22 bolt

I put a small machine screw through the trigger guard and magwell with a spring and nut so I could work the 702 mag release. Just push forward on the screw and mag pops out.

I filled in some of the bottom of the mag with spray foam and then filled the rest with fiberglass resin to mate the 702 mag into the G36 mag.

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Re: Finished G36/.22lr build
« Reply #1 on: August 28, 2008, 10:27:33 PM »
Wow, very nice and clean. Good job. Since a perma job, I'd say cut a small opening for the serial # of the original receiver to show through so you don't have to take it apart to prove what's inside if anyone ever asks you, but that is nice..  ;)
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Re: Finished G36/.22lr build
« Reply #2 on: August 29, 2008, 10:37:21 AM »
Thanks. You know, I did think about engraving the #'s to the bottom of the trigger guard so I didn't have to cut a hole.
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