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Pitbull - a 9mm Luger homemade handgun
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  Sagittarii

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Posted: May 23 2013 at 8:00am | IP Logged Quote Sagittarii

His list of changes they basically are the same thing version 2 has a different slide manufacture

CONSTRUCTION DETAILS (only improvements towards the first version):

has no welding (slide milled and frame milled and riveted)


stable firing pin assisted with a spring


much better mag release


magwell is closed entirely (the two before has the magwell open from the front (it was made such a way becouse the lack of skill while making the first model )


external shapes and 'holes' are more neatly finished (the gun is ... let's say... more 'streamlined' )


a bit lighter than the first one


none of those pistol has ever jammed - they cycle with no problems at all (even with ammo reloaded with an improvised amateur technique

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Posted: May 28 2013 at 7:56pm | IP Logged Quote REDNECK1976

WOW... WOW... and WOW!!!
Your work on the pitbull 1 and 2 is just great , i want... no... I NEED ONE!!!...
Pleace share the detail blueprints...
And you are not the only one living in a slave nation brother...
Keep the good work...
Let the beard grow free...
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Posted: June 04 2013 at 2:34am | IP Logged Quote A w a Y

Thank you for sharing the informations about this build. I was looking them for a long time. I live in another country that is taking large steps towards a socialist corrupt dictatorship.

Im convinced the world would be a better place if everyone had a 2nd Ammendment   

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there are some guys in thailand building a really simple kind of revolver. I think it would be easy to you build some with your tools

http://www.weaponeer.net/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=20321&KW= revolver
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Posted: June 14 2013 at 7:00am | IP Logged Quote orwell1984

Thanks but I can't see any need or reason to build such a sh*t.
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Posted: February 01 2015 at 4:03pm | IP Logged Quote TOFAB

Thank you Sagittarii and orwell1984 for the Pit Bull 1&2 info.
I hope #3 will have all the dims.
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Posted: February 18 2015 at 5:19pm | IP Logged Quote lutylover

As a note of interest, orwell1984 also has a youtube channel showcasing his pistol - " focusofdarkness ". From memory he states that it got seized by the Polish FBI. He also shows other guns, which he says are seized. He has a video showing a "8mm" open bolt machine gun"... to me that says 7.62, which people said couldn't be done open bolt- pistol 7.62 cartridge?
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Posted: February 20 2015 at 3:34am | IP Logged Quote backbencher

8mm is more likely the old German 7.92x57mm or 7.92x33mm. Most machineguns are open bolt.
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Posted: February 20 2015 at 5:22am | IP Logged Quote UKBiker

BB semi auto blank firing pistols tend to be either 8mm or 9mm the 8mm is somewhere inbetween the .25acp and .32acp dimensions the 9mmPAK blank is between the .32acp and .380acp sizes both are approx 15mm long cases.

9mm PAK blnk guns have been converted to .380 but the projectile has to be pushed approx 2mm further into the case in order to fit into the magazine
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Posted: February 20 2015 at 5:25am | IP Logged Quote lutylover

Hmmm.... See for Poland I'm thinking that the cartridges are more likely to be old Eastern bloc? On the border with Lithuania etc.7.62 x39mm? It's not the Tokarev I don't think - wrong bullet shape and if he's using commercial 9mm then it's fair to say then the "8mm" is commercial?

Actually, that 7.92x33mm Kurz looks like the culprit!

True, MG42 etc was open bolt. Just thinking of the top of my head of Orion's chart I think, saying not to use rifle cartridges in blowback. Must have been some bolt weight then.

Given it's a recent upload there's a chance he'll be back here
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Posted: February 20 2015 at 5:32am | IP Logged Quote lutylover

Got it - he says 8mm cartridge using 6,8 [sic] mm nail blank.

Now, in the video it definitely looks like he's taken the bottom of the 7.92 (still think Kurz) and has dropped or glued the 6.8mm blank in. However the Kurz is 12mm wide at the bottom - unless he's using an extra brass ring around the cartridge when gluing then it wouldn't fit/ However, Luty did the same style and so I think there may be some inspiration from there.

However reading the comments, he's already "scrapped" the gun so to avoid the police - scrapped could be destroyed completely or in that ammo box that's been buried lol!
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Posted: February 21 2015 at 12:07pm | IP Logged Quote UKBiker

If he's using nailgun blanks then they're rimmed, I presume he's using the nailgun blank as a primer for the main charge.
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Posted: February 22 2015 at 4:19am | IP Logged Quote lutylover

Hmm... That could be true - what's the length of a nailgun blank? Given this isn't a .22 one but a .277 one lol. I could see him just turning a piece of brass , say 3mm wall thickness and drilling it out then dropping it into the cartridge then set in the blank - a possibility depending how powerful his blanks are.

It would be pretty interesting to see the Pitbull 1 designed as a box section pistol - something that hasn't been done before?

I know it has a box section slide but I was thinking full thing...
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Posted: February 24 2015 at 7:18am | IP Logged Quote UKBiker

There's some video on youtube of nailgun blanks being used with a .22 air rifle pellet on the end which is spitting them out at around 3000fps with an 18 grain pellet, they have enough energy to drive a nail into an RSJ so it should have enough power to spit a heavier projectile out at a fair old lick
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Posted: February 24 2015 at 11:31am | IP Logged Quote lutylover

Although I read a write up somewhere that said that most blanks use a faster burning powder so you want things to shift quickly, if anything is too tight you can get a massive pressure spike really quick! So while it can be done if I had to improv ammo I'd stick to other methods... Personally... However numerous people appear to have had success with blanks!
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Posted: February 24 2015 at 11:38am | IP Logged Quote backbencher

Nail gun blanks are actually intended to drive a projectile; the new .17" WSM cartridge was actually developed from Winchester's own .27" nailgun cartridge.
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Posted: February 24 2015 at 1:27pm | IP Logged Quote UKBiker

That's interesting BB I wasn't aware of that. I used a Hilti nail gun to fix into RSJ many years ago and it was a pretty fearsome bit of kit firing 40mm nails into solid steel columns was pretty incredible. It did make me think about using the nails as a penetrator core though as a cheap way to may AP rounds, simply drill down the projectile and install the nail into it before soldering the end up again.
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Posted: February 24 2015 at 2:34pm | IP Logged Quote lutylover

Ah, sorry fellas - I'm thinking of plain old blanks - like a 9mm blank. Makes more sense.

I'm keen to keep this topic alive, this is one of the more interesting (IMO!!!) topics, I'd be keen to see if anyone else had a semi-expedient pistol like this! The semi-automatics are definitely cool. I recall the Chinese are prolific at home pistol building? Although looking at their youtube videos, hefty machinery. That given pretty scrappy drawings in some cases - more Holmes style of getting close and doing final fit. This sort of engineering gets me, trying to fit disconnector etc in a few mil gap either side of a magazine - to me that's just genius if they can get it internal! I know blah blah blah big corporations blah but there's just something about an oppressed person fiddling this all out and getting this really awesome piece of engineering at the end! anyone with me?
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If, as Mao stated, power comes from the bbl of a gun, what happens when a billion oppressed people find out they can build guns out of Legos?   
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If, as Mao stated, power comes from the bbl of a gun, what happens when a billion oppressed people find out they can build guns out of Legos?   


The UN will invade Denmark
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Posted: February 24 2015 at 11:40pm | IP Logged Quote UKBiker

I watched the videos of him firing it and it looked good although he did suffer some misfeeds during the 4 or 5 mags he put through it but I think that was just a case of fettling it a bit or possibly the old Walther mags causing issues
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