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I decided to go about this in this fashion before it got out of hand.If any mods are reading this please please delete all my other gun posts in other sub-forums.Ive been at all this for 20+ yrs.I have been fortunate to have been in a position to have never had to sell any of my guns.In that time I have acquired some interesting pieces.Most of my collection are German guns,and HK guns in particular.I got into focusing on them from the first CA G3 I bought yrs ago.I used to play alot more than I do now.Life, and my work schedule had been pretty tough on play time.I still enjoy collecting,and seriously enjoy building one off custom guns.All the builds you will see in this thread were totally built by myself.So without further adieux I think its time to start.First up is my Tanaka M870.When I got this one it was infairly poor shape.The barrel was wobbly from repeated hard racking(a problem with Tanakas)and the rifles overall condition was poor.I disassembled the rifle,and corrected the design flaw which makes the barrel connection to the receiver so weak.I trashed the etock bolt in favor of a PPS metal bolt and steel bolt carriage.The Tanaka M870 is quite literally nearly 100% RS compatible,so the next parts installed were Remington M870 action arms and loading arms.Remington M870 trigger group parts were installed aswell.The having been straightened out mechanically,it was time to work on the outside of it.ICS adjustable AR stock supported by a Mesa Tactical pistol grip adapter.Streamlight forward grip was also added.Combat Hunting MLOK handguard was installed with side saddle for Airsoft Surgeon shells.Irons are unknown,and muzzle brake is unknown
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You have a great collection - looking forward to your posts!
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Do you have any replicas of the P7 or P9 pistol? Would like to see photos if you have any.
Nice P7s! I have to make do with my TM springer :(
Nice guns (as always). Have to ask - how many guns do you actually have?
This is refreshing.So quiet.I, started this whole thing to show these guys some stuff they maybe they hadn't seen,and yet others what is possible.
Agree with the others - it's great to see what a "Custom gun forger and fabricator" can do. Do you have an extensive metalworking shop in your garage?
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Time for a short break from gbb's,and take a look at an electric,a very old and mean one.TM PSG1...
Very nice - I saw one like this on eBay a while back for $900 (tempted but too much for me). The grip looks a little different than the stock one, was it changed out? Also wondered why the scope was changed out? The original scope is pretty decent and the looks match the original PSG.
Nice guns. How well do they shoot? I know these are upgraded but wondering about performance comparison against TM USPc and (newer) USP.
MP5 Woody.I built this as a "what if"rifle...
Not sure why but pics aren't working for me. I'm on a computer, not a phone.
What I like best about your collection is the rare Japanese relics, most of which I didn't even know existed. A full-metal WA Golgo 13 GBBR? That's wild! I think the TM version came with a carry case but no where as nice as the one this one has.
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Agree, TM HK45 is one of my favorites as well!
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Being a lefty I have a real appreciation for it and the HK45ct
I'm a righty but the HK45 just feels ergonomically nicer to me than others (looking at you, Glock).
Thanks for letting me know. I have a TM G36K and have been trying to find a G36 repro red dot to put on the top rail. Ares replicas are the only ones that seem to have it but it seems like they're only good to complete the look.
Nice pickup! When you get it fixed up, I'd like to see a video of it firing.
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No worries - it's a great collector piece as is.
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