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Posted 9/16/2007 7:34:01 PM


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A lot of earlier pics aren't available anymore. But finished product pics are viewable on page three.

http://www.chickslovethecar.com/board/Batmobile_Topic63312-16-3.aspx

My wife has been talking about putting together a Harley Quinn Costume at some point. But I say what good is a Harley costume without her pop gun, so I figured that would make a good Christmas present. Starting this earyl gives me time to work on it, and time to tease her about how i've already started on it



I looked at I think 5 different sporting good stores around town llast week and could not find a co2 revolver so I had to order one. It arrived friday night.

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Yesturday I was working on our kitchen but I got a couple of hours on the gun in today

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cylinder and barrel

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Heres a mock up

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Sorry the pictures suck, my camera broke recently so I'm using my phone for these.

and here is a picture of the drawing I'm basing it on

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Posted 9/17/2007 8:59:06 AM


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I cant see the pictures , they's all "x" n stuff

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Posted 9/17/2007 4:17:42 PM


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Wot shagg said

DE 66 IS COMING........

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Posted 9/17/2007 9:21:48 PM


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Sorry, I think I fixed it.

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Posted 9/18/2007 2:43:41 PM


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Yay! *makes with the smileys*  what is the "new" barrel made out of, or where was it borrowed from? (like a black water pipe, etc)

thanks,

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Posted 9/18/2007 6:25:18 PM


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Excellent idea!! I wish I could get my wife to dress up like Harley.

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Posted 9/18/2007 9:36:41 PM


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Yep, the barrel and cylinder are 3"i.d. 3.5"o.d. Abs, the caps in the ends are made of lexan, I would have used abs there but I don't know where to get it around here.
I was at ace the other day looking for a way to make the cylinder rotate and click like a revolver should, I didn't find anything but did get an idea. Anyhow while I was there I found some perfect corks for the barrel. I was afraid I would have trouble finding cork that big.
I may be at a bit of a snag, least ways until I can find some aluminum stock thick enough to run under the barrel for support

I cut the groves in the cylinder tonight.
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Posted 9/19/2007 3:36:16 PM


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Wow, I really like that.  Keep us posted.  How did you cut the grooves?
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Posted 9/19/2007 6:30:40 PM


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Chilebean,

Great job so far. Looks like it should turn out great. I was an armorer/gunsmith for a while... If you need any hard to find parts, let me know and I'll look through my stuff.

Rod

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Posted 9/19/2007 11:26:03 PM


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I cut the groves on my drill press with a 2" bit that is kind of like a hole saw but with a flat cutting blade instead of teeth, and just clamped the cylinder offset so it just cut on the edge. And finished the curve at the end with a sanding drum on a dremel.

rodrage, maybe you can help. I have an old Iver Johnsons 20gauge that my uncle gave me. I've cleaned it up but the screw that holds the stock on was missing, and it is some proprietary thread size. Do you know where I can get a screw or at least find out the measurement of the threads to get one made?


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