The 21st Installment of Build of the Week was contributed by JG. I believe this is the first build that has been submitted where one of the components was actually 3-D printed by the builder. While everything else was off the shelf as JG mentions it is not bad looking. I think it has that “I’m-wearing-leather-straps-with-a-mohawk-and-a-dog-collar-while-chasing-after-water-thieves-in-my-spiked-and-armor-plated-charger-across-the-desert” look. JG should build a second one to wield them akimbo. And I disagree about the pistol grip–I think it complements the whole piece.
Keep the submissions coming in! We are publishing them in the order in which they were received (with the exception of a single person submitting back to back–those will get spread out).
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This build is the result of a late night misguided inspiration to make a “franken gun” with parts I had laying around. The only thing I needed to order was the CMMG .22 LR drop-in conversion kit. I found a 3d printer file for the buffer tube plug and printed that on my 3D printer. Everything else was on the shelf. The upper/barrel is a 10.5″ HBAR AR barrel in .223 Wylde. The lower is an Anderson Mfg. AM-15. The pistol grip is a gun show purchase regret. The optic is a cheap red dot. The build functions very well and being so heavy has near zero felt recoil and is surprising fun to shoot. Why? Why not?!
Comment below to ask JG questions about his build.