The following design drawings illustrate the construction of a 9mm submachine gun utilizing off the shelf ‘British Standard Pipe’ (BSP) Fittings. This post accompanies the seventeenth in a series of collaborative videos produced with ARES Researcher Ian McCollum, who also runs the. Possibly homemade, the submachine-gun and five sawed-off bsp 9mm of lutys sight free plans for all jump.

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Police find homemade submachine gun

See, for example, our articles on Kurdish YPG or Houthi anti-materiel rifles, which use industrially-produced barrels taken from heavy machine guns or cannon. Steve Johnson I founded TFB in and over 10 years worked tirelessly, with the help of my team, to build it up into the largest gun blog online. Has the receiver of the Smith and Wesson but everything else is Madsen.

The components are fitted to the 8mm boit section as shown below. Glad to hear it! Would-be firearms designers should take note of and abide by relevant national and local laws. The weapon is a 9 mm automatic, built from the book Expedient Homemade Firearms.

Even the vertical mag models that were tested and the German MP that copied them. Overall length of a shotgun or rifle must be at least 26 inches. Even parts which may be considered readily-available in many states, such as the pistol grip and magazine, were scratch-built.


The following pages illustrate how this is done. It must be submachune before welding that the top edge of the well is 7mm above the top edge of the receiver. December 11, at 2: We are working on more new and interesting content right now.

Four dome head cap screws are then screwed into the connectors and thoroughiy tightened, effectively holding the assembiy together. Forsure its a bsp pipe gun PA luty published books that were for academic study usbmachine the brits threw him in jail. The selector switch is rotated either clockwise or anti-clockwise to allow the stock to be extended or closed; in just the same manner as if undoing a nut or bolt! Made in Spain in 1. With a few minor modifications to the manufacturing process, however, it could be made so.

I will leave gjn reader to decide whether this design is good, bad, or somewhere in between! ARES is an apolitical organisation. This hole will accept the lower leg of the trigger.

Each side – plate is cut from a length of 2. Get My Free Ebook. There are also several other articles on The Hoplite which cover improvised and craft-produced weapons. The magazine and magazine well being two examples.

9mm BSP Machine Gun – Replica Plans and Blueprints – PDF Drive

Pistol Grip has been altered. Before the grip is fixed to the receiver the sear must be made and fitted. Manufacture, or even attempted manufacture, of an 99mm firearm is a serious crime in many jurisdictions around the world. Criminals in the UK have a steady supply of scorpion machine pistols, they were actually brought in by a politcal party councillor and sold to gangs.


9mm BSP Machine Gun – Replica Plans and Blueprints

At first I thought it may be an MPbut it is not. Just got here from Forgotten Weapons link. There he admitted manufacture of a prohibited weapon and possession of ammunition, was convicted, and received a sentence of four years in submxchine.

The wire the spring is made from being 2mm in diameter. Cutting down the stock makes it too short and therefore illegal.

We will post links to the paper on The Hoplite as soon as it is released. Because this BSP machine gun design uses some of the same components seen in ‘Expedient Homemade Firearms’ Volume I, I have not discussed their manufacture again here, for fear of boring the reader, and myself.

Aden, Thanks for the kind words! I will leave the reader to decide whether this design is good, bad, or somewhere in between! You should not approach, handle, move, operate, or modify arms and munitions unless explicitly trained to do so.