In my never ending battle to start more projects than I can ever finish in my lifetime I’ve decided to build a miniature cannon. The bore is 0.375″ and the barrel is about 7.5 inches long.
Here’s the designs for the .314 Atlas rounds. They should be more than safe up to about 23000 psi if they’re machined from 1018 cold rolled steel. I’m still developing a load for them so I really don’t have too … Continue reading
Here’s an old school project. As I understand it this was a final test of a lathe apprentice’s skills before he was released into the world to become a machinist. This is an aluminum turners cube. I need a few … Continue reading
I haven’t posted in a while, we’ve been gearing up trying to get ready for a guitar show. Anyway this is what I’ve been messing with in my free time. It is a rifle in .380 auto. I like .380, … Continue reading
After thinking about it for about a month I finally figured out how to get rid of about 5/8 inch dead space in between the bolt and the bullet on the air rifle. This should give it better performance and … Continue reading
I needed a second bushing for my atlas 10, so instead of paying the $30-50 for a used one I made one. The set on the left is the original and the set on the right is what I made. … Continue reading
Here’s a few pictures of the almost finished .30 caselman air machine gun.