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Here is my second try at making a Bullpup stock for the M1 Carbine.
I took a 10/22 Muzzelite stock and converted it to house the M1 Carbine.
The 10/22 and the M1 Carbine are surprisingly similar in shape.
I added the scope rail and a few side rails for lights and lasers.
Going to try and get to the range in the next week to see how it holds up.

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finally worked out the feeding and ejection problems. I just got back from the range and it work perfectly!
I will be posting a video soon.
I even shot it left handed and was pleasantly surprised that there was no blow back and the shells only grazed my chin 3 times out of thirty rounds.
 

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Yep! It is like shooting the PS90. The buttstock is more on the chest than the shoulder. I was surprised how comfortable it was to shoot.
Very little recoil and no blowback.
I'll upload the videos once my friend sends me the phone videos.
 

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Here are 2 videos of the M1 Carbine Bullpup. Feeding and ejection were perfect.
The second video is me shooting it left handed. :D


 

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Is it just my imagination or are you using your chin as a shell deflector in the second vid.
Only a couple grazed my chin and I barely felt them. I wanted to see what would happen if I shot it left handed.
It was really quite comfortable. I am now not hesitant to shoot it lefty.
Next step is to try and get a wholesale price on a dozen stocks and get them converted.
Then put them on my website and ebay for sale. :cool:
 
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