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Be following with interest Stu, its not a .25 calibre is it?

When its done see if bsa want to buy your ideas.

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4 hours ago, Mice! said:

Be following with interest Stu, its not a .25 calibre is it?

When its done see if bsa want to buy your ideas.

Mice i am sure BSA have released a Bullpup, you can also buy Bullpup stock kits for most guns. Craftsman Vit is one sells through BAR.

Look forward to seeing your build Ultrastu :good:

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 Be very interested to see what you do with the trigger. 

I'll be following this post. 

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44 minutes ago, figgy said:

Mice i am sure BSA have released a Bullpup, you can also buy Bullpup stock kits for most guns. Craftsman Vit is one sells through BAR.

Look forward to seeing your build Ultrastu :good:

reason stu is doing it figgy is because of his disgust with what bsa have done regards their bullpup. Bit of winding up on another thread, now its time to sit back and learn.

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Thanks guys. 

The plan isnt to make it too complicated .i want a short,  light gun that i can throw in the decoy bag .for when the best shot on a pige is with an airgun .so as its to be used and abused a bit .i didnt want to spend a lot of money on a ready made pup. The scorp ,as seen, was 350 quid. Think the extra bits i need shouldnt be much more than £50 .so £400 total should be ok by me. 

I plan on keeping the rear bolt where it is. And face on the breech block. 

Stu 

1 hour ago, figgy said:

Mice i am sure BSA have released a Bullpup, you can also buy Bullpup stock kits for most guns. Craftsman Vit is one sells through BAR.

Look forward to seeing your build Ultrastu :good:

There isnt an aftermarket  pup conversion for any bsa. 

The bar ones are for hw s  .aas . Benjamins .hatsan  etc .

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Wonder why they never made one for a BSA, as for face on breech block you could put a gel comb raiser on it soften it up a bit.

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cheers .

Well today i shot a variety of pellets at 22 yds in my garden and it shot virtually everyting through one hole .so its not pellet fussy .

Which is great news for a 10 year old pcp .

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5 shot groups 

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The Bisley mags look very tidy there stu , they where always my go to in .177 ???

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I'm a bit confused with the location of your hands in relation to the trigger and breech. What's the plan exactly?

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So the new (second )  trigger goes where my hand is and a linking rod goes back to the original trigger .What the pic shows is eye relief and scope positioning .

Basically the stock will be shortened by 200 mm from the butt and moved forwards .

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Yeah the last one is sweet .

A touch heavier than standard cos it now has 2 triggers and springs but its fine and feels very positive 

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Cheers this is the latest  incarnation 

Mk6 ? 

Anyway its not as positive as a straight bar. But it does make more room for the pistol grip and should allow the stock to fix onto the bolt easier .

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