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big shrek 11-24-2011 09:52 PM

I really don't wanna share this...
 
But, its too good info NOT to share...
Barrel & Stock Set, Carbine, Replacement - 16-1/4'' Barrel & Walnut Board Stock.
http://www.gunpartscorp.com/images/catalog/588350.jpg


And, I can't afford it at the moment anyway...got 5-month old twin boys to feed & diaper :)

Remember, there is a SPECIFIC ORDER in which you must assemble these items to avoid being in violation of BATF RULES!!

First, remove the pistol barrel from your 1911,
then, attach the new rifle barrel,
then, attach the stock.

To disassemble as a rifle,
First, remove the stock, then remove the barrel, then replace the OEM pistol barrel.

DO NOT, under any circumstances, have the pistol barrel and shoulder stock on your 1911 at the same time!!!

Unless you already have a $200 Tax Stamp for that particular SBR (Short Barreled Rifle) and thus are allowed to

HOSSFLY 11-24-2011 10:24 PM

I just cant find the words to discribe my feelings on that setup :rolleyes:

cswann1 11-24-2011 10:48 PM

When I look at that image, I am reminded of the sequel to the movie "The Fly". Eric Stoltz played the lead character and in the end he used the villain in the film to save himself from mutating into a fly. The villain was transformed into a hideous and deformed creature that was sickening to look at. Kinda like that thing :p

HOSSFLY 11-24-2011 11:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cswann1 (Post 635173)
When I look at that image, I am reminded of the sequel to the movie "The Fly". Eric Stoltz played the lead character and in the end he used the villain in the film to save himself from mutating into a fly. The villain was transformed into a hideous and deformed creature that was sickening to look at. Kinda like that thing :p

Not a bad comparasion :p

Olympus 11-25-2011 12:36 AM

Those kits get posted on various forums every once in a while and you'd be surprised at the people that think those are good idea. :rolleyes:

HOSSFLY 11-25-2011 12:39 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Olympus (Post 635235)
Those kits get posted on various forums every once in a while and you'd be surprised at the people that think those are good idea. :rolleyes:

Sadly thats a fact :confused:
I put that right up there with "Getto Sights" for a Glock :p

spittinfire 11-25-2011 02:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HOSSFLY (Post 635143)
I just cant find the words to discribe my feelings on that setup :rolleyes:

My thoughts exactly.

fisher79 11-25-2011 02:48 AM

WTF? That's all I got.

OldManMontgomery 11-25-2011 03:50 AM

I've seen these kits for many, many winters now. I keep thinking it might be handy, but just cannot come up with a concrete reason for having one. When I was young and carried a badge, I thought it might make a suitable carbine device for certain social functions; but I survived without it and don't do that sort of thing anymore.

The Marlin Camp Carbine in .45 ACP also appealed to me. They didn't seem to drum up too much interest, as Marlin no longer makes them. Such is life.

big shrek 08-31-2012 04:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Olympus (Post 635235)
Those kits get posted on various forums every once in a while and you'd be surprised at the people that think those are good idea. :rolleyes:

Well, its more fun than a Buntline Special...as its a 1911 semi-auto instead of a single-action revolver ;)

Helps to be a twisted pup...with the occasional villanous Bwah-Hah-Hah!!

Plus it draws those "What the Heck is That??" looks at the range...which about 95% of my firearms collection does exactly that...
variations that few have seen...or wanted to...LOL

The most normal rifle I have is a 1923 Marlin model 37 Slide-action...which still makes Winchester guys go WTHIT?
as Marlin basically made it look like a Winnie with side-eject...
http://www.firearmstalk.com/images/3...c0031-1946.jpg


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