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Posted 03 July 2006 - 02:29 PM

Me and my dad are working on builing the SCAR-N, and since there are no real instuctions on how to build it step by step, I want to hear how others have built it, and any tips on building this gun would be appreciated.
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#2 ompa



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Posted 03 July 2006 - 02:32 PM

I honestly don't think anyone has built one yet.

I really would recommend against building the SCAR-N if this is your first homemade. Start with a SNAP or something similar. Maybe you'll even end up with your own design that you may like better than the SCAR-N.

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#3 pat 1st Lt

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Posted 03 July 2006 - 04:27 PM

Take my advice: don't bother.

If this is your first home-made, don't even THINK about it.

Try something that you and your Dad would have FUN building, not want to kill each other while building.

Go for a SNAP. They're quick, fairly easy, and most of all: they don't require almost any previous experience!

But, if you want to have a horrible experience, not want to talk to your Dad for weeks, and never want to try another home-made ever again, go ahead and try to build a BS-8.

And don't think this is baseless criticism. Nolan and I almost killed each other working on our's. We took a lot of shortcuts, and there was a lot of shoddy construction, and they're still not 'done' since they don't have any extractors or ejectors, but we managed. If you don't have any experience, you'd just have all that frustration with no payoff.

Try a simpler home-made. Something that wouldn't ahve much frustration and a good payoff.

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Posted 04 July 2006 - 11:50 PM

Yeah, I tried to make the F.A.R. as my first gun with my dad. It gave me good experience and we didn't get mad at eachother, but the gun was very hard and on top of that, we didn't even have a dremel so we had to do everything the very very slow way. We never finished the gun, but I was inspired by it to modify other guns and start making designs of my own. Plus, it costs alot, dont waste your money.
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#5 taz22



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Posted 05 July 2006 - 07:00 AM

lol, you guys are luckey. that your dads can help you with your guns. i don't have a dad anymore so i have to design and build them all by my self :lol: thats a litle difficult some times.
but who cares

if i were you, i won't even think about building the scar-n its al litle bit very hard to build.
just build a far it will be a lot easyer

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Posted 17 July 2006 - 11:40 AM

Finish that FAR you were working on, because after all, it was the base-gun for the SCAR-N. once you can solve any problems with the FAR, it will definitely make the SCAR-N seem easier to make. I also would definitely not recommend it as the first gun that you would actually complete. Get something finished first that actually works, then work on the harder stuff.
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Posted 24 October 2006 - 06:47 PM

I'm with the others who say to attempt something easier, but if you wanted to study the close-up pics on a computer and clean them up a bit on photoshop or something, most of the parts become clearer to build. If you follow Boltsniper's diagrams, it will be easier, but not by much. Besides, there are few of us here who could even match Boltsniper's genius. Instead of building his design, build your own and get a feel for homemades that way first.
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Posted 24 October 2006 - 06:55 PM

please do not post in old topic unless you have somthing important to say. it gets realy freaken annoying.
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Posted 15 November 2006 - 08:16 PM

Shut the hell up eat shit, you said nothing important so your being a hypocrate.

-I think you should first try making a gun that you wouldn't even use in a battle, but something to get the concept! Im making a gun right now, so I will post in about a week or two.
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Posted 15 November 2006 - 09:23 PM

This is really what Pm's are for. Shadow, please read the date before you post, it will help us all in the future. Know please let this topic Rest In Peace.

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