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Posted: November 26 2010 at 12:50am | IP Logged Quote Mongo

I'm in the hospital for the 6 month in a row but all is not wasted. I am generating plans for a scaled down deck gun in 22LR. Is there any machinist here interested in doing the project from my plans?

The plans were originally published in a magazine in 1945. I have taken them and generated a set of Solidworks files and drawings that are legible. The original plans had several errors and were lacking in many details and dimensions.

The gun recoils as the full size one would.

Here is what I have so far.












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That is one of the neatest gadgets that I've seen in some time.

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very impressive work...
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Some more work completed. I keep finding more errors in the drawings. That's where doing stuff in 3D helps.

The cut away only shows a few ball bearing in the base race. There is suppose to be 47 but its a waste of computer power and time to put them all in.















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very nice work.
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Very nice work on the drawings, I would be interested in making this model, I've seen pictures
of this model on the Web and have been looking for the original plans that your working from,
I wonder if you would be willing to post the original plans or email them to me.

Here is a couple of plan set you might be interested in (SolidWorks Files)

1832 gatling gun / converted to use 22 shells
http://grabcad.com/library/1832-gatling-gun-slash-converted- to-use-22-shells

M2 60 browning machinegun
http://grabcad.com/library/m2-60-browning-machinegun
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It might take me a couple of years......but I'd like to do it in a 2 bore black powder cartridge I have in mind....I'd love to see a copy of the plans if'n you are in a sharing mood.... I'm autocad/solidworks illeterate but if you can generate basic drawings I'd love to give it a shot ......and 2 bore works out to a little over 1.300 on the bore diameter, a barrel blank will be in the neighborhood of $600 and will probably have to be done as a destructive device...unless the original is pre 1898and I can get an exemption letter.....
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