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Building an improvised machine gun isn't too hard, if you know how to go about it. The following selection of pictures illustrate some of the construction process of the improvised .32/.380 Machine Pistol.


receiver
The receiver is made using a length of 30 x 30mm tube.


grip
The grip attached to receiver.


formblock
The form block for forming the magazine lips.


trigger
The trigger and guard fitted to receiver.


barrel
The barrel is assembled from steel collars and hydraulic tubing.


breech block
The breech block is assembled from collars and tube.


mainspring
Mainspring and recoil shield.


assembled upper
The assembled upper receiver.


upper and lower
The upper and lower receivers ready for assembly.


finished firearm
The finished firearm.



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