Shrike Conversion M4 with Coffin-Shaped Feed
Belt-fed Assault AR15.
Parts in process on the Shopbot CNC.
The cutter is actually spinning 9,000RPM in this
shot, but the Samsung S730 caught the bit cold.
for the top feed cover assembly. The top itself is three
slabs, stacked and bonded. The latch is also only THREE
components, in keeping with a design philosophy I've adopted:
If it has over three parts, it can still be refined more.
The upper is out
of the ShopBot, deburred and rough sanded. No surprises...so
far. I think this meat-smasher needs to be gloss black, with
maybe a few flat, a few wrinkle'd details, like a new
Only one part from the airsoft gun's
original upper assembly is re-used, and that's the inner
barrel with the hopup attached. There's no outer barrel in the
design (but it can easily be put in, because it was included
in the drawings), because it's not needed. The muzzle front is
flat, with just a hole for BB's to exit.
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