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    Gunco Regular bobotech's Avatar
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    Default My newest build: Romak 3/PSL

    Its not done yet, I still have to do the finishing but its shootable. I am also planning on fixing the wood a bit more:



    My wife holding the gun while in her wheelchair:


    I love cheese.

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    Looks good. What do you need to do to the furniture? It looks nice in the pics.

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    so it was a parts kit? Did the romy's weld the brake on? looks like yours is.

    My TN guns PSL looks the same, front sight tack welded on.

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    I want to just give the wood another sanding of 1500-2000-2500 grit paper and then give it one more coat of polyurtheene.

    Yes, it was a parts kit, the TG KNOG TN gun kit with the Made in Romania receiver.

    Yes the front brake and sight are welded together and the bayonet is neutered.

    However sitting in my parts bin at home is a perfectly intact non-welded brake/front sight and a intact bayonet mount.

    Its just that those damned pins are HARD to punch out so I haven't finished punching them out to replace the parts. In the next week or so I will be.
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    that just look's nice. muttman

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    Here is a video of me shooting it. Still needs a bit of fine tuning (got a jam) but overall a wonderful gun to shoot!

    I love cheese.

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    Nice build, where did you get the reciever?

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    Still needs a bit of fine tuning (got a jam)
    What ammo were you using?
    I can't use the Russian brass washed steel cased stuff in mine, the rim of the feeding round digs into the next round in the mag.
    There's also a post somewhere (sorry don't remember if it's here or another forum) that shows to file or grind the top rail by the ejector port to give it a little more of an angle and let the brass bounce out a little easier.

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    Verrrry nice....
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    yeah ive been wondering if these were doable by the "average" builder..
    Hate takes LESS energy & thought... Dont be so Lazy.

    Building or Bitching? which are you here to do?


    YES, i work for TEC Tactical. 02/07 SOT


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