my fac cyclone

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my fac cyclone

Postby djwalker on Sun Sep 09, 2012 3:50 pm

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this is my fac cyclone, home made stock my first attempt going to make another and refine it a bit. 24 inch bsa barrel modded silencer so it slips over barrel before screwing on takes about 4 inch of the overall length of the rifle. does 36fpe with bis magz . very accurate haha love it :mrgreen:
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Re: my fac cyclone

Postby Zero4k on Tue Sep 11, 2012 11:40 am

Looks like a good and very comfortable stock 8-) , I wish more manufacturers would make stocks with the butt lower like yours instead of almost straight :)
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Re: my fac cyclone

Postby djwalker on Tue Sep 11, 2012 5:57 pm

wow a reply :o thanks mate at least some one likes it :cry: haha. it is comfy but i want to make another in walnut and a bit more refinend but along the same sort of lines.
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Re: my fac cyclone

Postby Zero4k on Tue Sep 11, 2012 6:14 pm

:) Yup, always expect the unexpected :o ;)
I think the overall shape is good, high cheek piece and lower butt for for the shoulder, it's an area of compromise with most rifles but I can see you have put some serious thought into the design - it's not something I could make due to my woodworking skills being extremely limited although mine would certainly be ... erm.... we'll call it different :lol:
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