Been too hot and humid to do much shooting lately so I've been working on some airgun projects. Here's one of them...
The basic pistol is my ol' reliable .22 1377. Haven't done any power mods to it as it's mainly a target/plinker pistol. Have taken a couple of critters with it though. Anyway the trigger has been tuned up some and it's a pretty accurate shooter.
Been wanting to do up a stock for it, but not make it a full-blown carbine with longer barrel and such. Just a stock to help the accuracy from time to time. Easy conversion from pistol to carbine and back as needed. Figured since I was adding a wood stock I might as well replace the 760 forearm with wood too. maybe eventually I'll make some wood grip panels too. Butt pad was cut from the sole of cheap flip-flop.
Kinda has a mare's leg or maybe a blunderbuss vibe to it.
All the wood is plywood. Layers of plywood and painted with Autumn Brown Rustoleum multicolor texture spray paint.
Small, light and easy to stash.
Shoot as open sight pistol, pistol with red dot, short carbine with red dot, or even short carbine with peep if I can manage to use the peep end of the rear sight notch!
Anything that is complex is not useful and anything that is useful is simple
- Mikhail Kalashnikov