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Thread: COOL PISTOL. GOOD IDEA FOR 9MM

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    Yea I am aware that its 7.62x39 gas . he actually used the cut barrel on a AMD 65 kit. I just really liked the whole guide rod set up he had. Im going to do a blow back or two and thought it wold be nice to loose the gas tube and block. I want to try a 17 hmr with a one piece carrer and bolt with a home made piston. this might be a way to make it work better.

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    but you wouldnt need a piston if it was blowback.

    i think thats the terminology where i misinterpreted your post.

    that would be cool with a rimfire. with the x25 or 9mm though, i thnk taking that much weight off of th ecarrier would kill the design for blowback. BUT that might make a gas op one more of a possibility too, with less carrier mass for the lower amt of gas to move ??

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    from the looks of it it looks like the bolt is opening before the bullet is out the bbl, thats what all the flame coming out the ejection port is, sort of scary.

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    but you wouldnt need a piston if it was blowback.




    I would remove the piston and the part of the carrier going forward past the sight block. make a new trunion/rsb in one piece and run the gude rod from the rsb to the spring anchor in the back. removing the weight would likely be a issue as you indicated for a
    9mm or other powerfull round. it might just be the ticket for a rimfire build though.

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