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Bill Holmes Pump Action Shotgun
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Posted: October 21 2014 at 5:46am | IP Logged Quote Chainmail

These plans show how to make a pump action shotgun that uses a box magazine. It was originally published in Home Workshop Prototype Firearms by Bill Holmes. It is an interesting design.

Here are just the plans:

12BD2_Bill_Holmes_Pump_Action_Shotgun.pdf

And here is the whole book:

3CBZ6_Home_Workshop_Prototype_Firearms_by_Bill_Holmes.part1. rar
ABA98_Home_Workshop_Prototype_Firearms_by_Bill_Holmes.part2. rar
1CEZ8_Home_Workshop_Prototype_Firearms_by_Bill_Holmes.part3. rar
79336_Home_Workshop_Prototype_Firearms_by_Bill_Holmes.part4. rar
41F7C_Home_Workshop_Prototype_Firearms_by_Bill_Holmes.part5. rar
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Posted: October 21 2014 at 11:29am | IP Logged Quote backbencher

Cheers. It's always a delight to come to Weaponeer and read through the new posts and find I have 6 files to download. Y'all are helping me build quite a library I might well never have access to - and many others around the world are quite grateful as well.
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Posted: October 26 2014 at 8:05pm | IP Logged Quote OldCoot

Bill was quite a designer. He's sorely missed on the gun show circuit up here in the Ozarks.
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Posted: October 28 2014 at 7:01am | IP Logged Quote Chainmail

He certainly designed some interesting weapons. It's a pitty he was not as good a draftsman as he was a designer. His "bluepritns" leave a lot to be desired. But they do the job. Even if they do take some decyphering.
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Given a choice between the drawing board and the shop, Bill would go to the shop and adjust the thing until it ran to suit him.  A man going with Bill's designs can do a considerable amount of re-engineering and wind up with a better mousetrap, but most of his arms were built like the old gunsmiths' work.  Get it close, then fit and try until it's right.  The process is familiar to a lot of us on here who have been known to go to the machine shop with scribblings on  a cocktail napkin....
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Posted: November 02 2014 at 9:00pm | IP Logged Quote backbencher

Damn high-falutin' gunsmiths, always goin' to them cocktail parties...
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Posted: November 09 2014 at 11:52am | IP Logged Quote OldCoot

Nah, BB, we don't go to cocktail parties much, we been using cocktail napkins in the outhouse ever since Sears and Roebuck quit publishing catalogs.  The Halloween ones are usually available cheap until the Thanksgiving ones go on sale....

Ozark cocktail party is generally a cooler of beer, a jug of shine, a good fire and enough stumps to sit on....
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hey man thank you tons for the upload but I cant unzip the files please tell me how you unzip them thank you in advance
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They're not .zip files, but .rar files.  Google "Unpacking RAR files" and you should find something to download.
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