Hi all. Toyman was able to get an old, WW2 era Mosin Nagant M91/30 wood stock for me (Thanks Toym! ). So i cannibalized my scratchbuilt DeLisle carbine for the last of my Bar10 parts. Like with my K98 and SMLE builds, I carved the stock out to fit the Bar10 receiver, trigger mech, part of the outer barrel, and magazine. But because the stock was so slim, i had to modify the bar10 hop block so that i wouldn't have to carve away too much wood. Also, there was no more space for the sliding hop up adjustment arm, so i just took it out and modified the hop to be adjusted via allen screw from the top. All it needs is a period looking scope, and a front sight.
Here you can see the hop up adjustment screw protruding from the rear sight. This pushes down on the hop up arm in very little increments so hop can be adjusted very precisely.
Here's the Bar10-Mosin Nagant with the Bar10 SMLE and Bar10K98k
I was able to get a china replica PU scope and mount from ehobbyasia...which cost more than the rifle itself...but it was the cheapest PU in the market. The scope mount rail is mounted on the receiver.
hop is adjusted from the top via allen wrench. unfortunately, rear sight is fixed to accommodate the hop adjust.
Wow! its a beauty...another heirloom that baby Diego Leon will inherit from his dad : )... btw was I able to give you an original canvass sling?... i'll try to get you also the bayonet attachment to complete your set.
2 months to go and I will be a target on those sites : ) cant wait to catch up with some much needed games... btw- enjoy the scenario games this weekend : )
creativemarko: Hi guys, I am Mark from Paranaque, Manila. I have always been interested with WW2. Especially, how the Filipinos and Americans fought the Japanese invaders. I am also into games like Company of Heroes and Call of Duty World at War.
Apr 6, 2014 20:35:43 GMT 8
benppguti: Hello! Benjie From Taguig, old airsoft player looking for his latest "respawn." summertime... the oppressive heat and scent of crushed grass in the air makes me pine for airsoft once again. this time though, with a little more purpose. hook me up guys!
Apr 18, 2014 8:24:18 GMT 8
labrador: Hi Sirs! welcome aboard. Sorry for the late answer but the group is still alive and well. We just transitioned to Facebook, hence the dearth of posts here. Please find us at: www.facebook.com/groups/159321064204447/ we would be glad to welcome you.
Jul 30, 2014 11:40:34 GMT 8
wittman: Hi im trying to track down a replica ww2 german panzercrewmans radio head set and throat mike, does anyone on this forum know where I could get hold of this item.
Sept 7, 2014 7:37:59 GMT 8
dergerman: Hi there, I just recently just joined the WW2 Asia Arsoft forum because i have noticed that this is a place where i could get a german uniform, the full equipment on one page instead of
Apr 22, 2016 13:59:34 GMT 8
dergerman: jumping around and looking everywhere for just one thing...
Apr 22, 2016 13:59:50 GMT 8
dergerman: if anyone can help me, anyone, that can get teh things i need, and get it at a low price, i would surely appreciate it.
Apr 22, 2016 14:00:25 GMT 8
louiejo1: I have designed and built a pretty faithful reproduction of the WW2 Japanese Type 89 Knee mortar for airsoft use. I takes standard 40mm gas grenades and has an effective range when held at a 45 degree angle of 120-130 ft.
Jul 3, 2017 12:33:23 GMT 8
louiejo1: I am new to this forum and am a little unsure about the rules/protocols but I am looking to sell these, cost is NZ$450 approx $330 US or NZ$550 with a wooden crate. Each mortar is hand made and aged authentically,. I have photos if you wish to view them
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