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Sawyer's Discussions

Hey, gunsmiths

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dr. Nicholas Teal Jul 8, 2011. 7 Replies

I know this has been asked before, but its probably outdated and im lazy.Question: I eould like to build a blunderbuss but am totally stuck on the stock, I really dont have much experience in wood,…Continue

steam-power armor

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Campbell Apr 19, 2011. 15 Replies

so i'm looking into building a suit of steam flavored power armor, you know what i mean, a body suit that could easily be mistaken for a small train, an entire engine on the back, basically anything…Continue

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Latest Activity

Sawyer commented on Knight Redfeild's group Maine Alliance
"Gah!! Turns out I shall be unavailable tonight after all. Perhaps we can arrange another meetup of sorts sometime in the next week or two at Deering oaks park?"
Aug 4, 2012
Sawyer commented on Knight Redfeild's group Maine Alliance
"I plan on attending, id love to meet our active members"
Aug 3, 2012
Sawyer commented on Knight Redfeild's group Maine Alliance
"excellent! a hands-on approach, but why a cemetary? steampunks are more than just brown goths you know"
Jul 29, 2012
Dr. Nicholas Teal replied to Sawyer's discussion Hey, gunsmiths
"Thank you for the "'Atta boy" Captain ! I am most willing to share any tips or experience. However, sitting on my backside typing, when I should be out in the shop, is a temptation I need to resist. -You caught me on a break, as I…"
Jul 8, 2011
Captain replied to Sawyer's discussion Hey, gunsmiths
"If you are really lazy you could just buy a blunderbuss like: http://www.middlesexvillagetrading.com/   then steam it up a bit.      Once I stripped off the nasty varnish, mine had a surprisingly nice piece of wood…"
Jul 8, 2011
Steampun K. Macintyre replied to Sawyer's discussion Hey, gunsmiths
"Have you tried a styrene model kit? Lindburg makes a 1/1 scale Blunderbuss. Around $17 US it is a bit small, more pistol sized. It is part of a line of Pirate Pistols that is back in production.   Acquiring a piece of plastic: Search the…"
Jul 8, 2011
Dr. Nicholas Teal replied to Sawyer's discussion Hey, gunsmiths
"Yeees. -If one has a limit on funds, time, and tools, and if it fits the vision, that is an option. The butt could be beefed up with some obviously applied pieces to add some more dimension and visual interest, and help spread the recoil that is…"
Jul 8, 2011
Major Girth replied to Sawyer's discussion Hey, gunsmiths
"Drumline or band rifles.  $16 each US for unpainted blanks."
Jul 8, 2011
Dr. Nicholas Teal replied to Sawyer's discussion Hey, gunsmiths
"I have done quite alot of blackpowder gunsmithing in my time, including making some of my own stocks and locks. Are you interested in building something that will actually fire, or a prop? "Dixie Gun Works" and "Track of the…"
Jul 8, 2011
John Campbell replied to Sawyer's discussion Hey, gunsmiths
"Try http://www.dixiegunworks.com/advanced_search_result.php?osCsid=f1d933d388858860dc54cb5da3cd515f&keywords=stock&x=0&y=0.  The first page has a book on stockmaking; the second has stock blanks.  Otherwise, try Home Depot or…"
Jul 8, 2011
Sawyer posted a discussion

Hey, gunsmiths

I know this has been asked before, but its probably outdated and im lazy.Question: I eould like to build a blunderbuss but am totally stuck on the stock, I really dont have much experience in wood, plastic is more my bag. What materials would you gents suggest, and even were I to use wood, where would one aquire a peice of acceptable thickness?See More
Jul 7, 2011
John Campbell replied to Sawyer's discussion steam-power armor
"I have been giving thought to making a steampunk version of this:   http://www.instructables.com/id/Life-Size-Power-Loader-Costume-from-Aliens/   Not ARMOR, per se, though it could be armored.  It is an alternative to form-fitting…"
Apr 19, 2011
Major Girth replied to Sawyer's discussion steam-power armor
"I've been making leather armor for over 25 years...but if I were to tackle a big steampunk power suit I'd probably go with a foam base.  Specifically the foam floor pads from Target and Walmart.  Weight and cost are gonna be big…"
Apr 19, 2011
Phineas G. Marsh replied to Sawyer's discussion steam-power armor
"I've seen w40k space marine armor made with foam, vacumformed plastic, and/or fiberglass. Haven't tried it myself, but whatever you figure out, post pictures"
Apr 19, 2011
Prof. Diggs aka the Shootist replied to Sawyer's discussion steam-power armor
"I do like this discussion. Please, Sawyer, post oictures as you go."
Apr 18, 2011
Persephone Brooks replied to Sawyer's discussion steam-power armor
"this is a friend of mine who made his own suit of armor. http://tungstenwolf.deviantart.com/ maybe u can contact him for advice. sorry fi this post was kinda sucky hehe"
Apr 17, 2011

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Thar' be but little to say about me fer now, i come from a family, i work on a ship, and make a decent living; just living one day at a time...

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At 12:32pm on August 8, 2010, Absinthe d'Accalia said…
Bon anniversaire!
At 8:41pm on December 23, 2009, Christian Matzke said…
I didn't realize you were a Mainer! I'm a bit north of you, but I'm also working on a large scale project. Good luck with yours!
At 11:28pm on December 11, 2009, The Doctor said…
No, Sawyer, that's a bad crazed gun-man.
At 8:24pm on December 9, 2009, Knight Redfeild said…
it is good to see you have made it.
 
 
 

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