henselmonster

Henselmonster Bapty Build

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Working on my Bapty! Here are some progress photos so far, its been a process over a few months of gathering the parts and everything. It has a metal pipe for the body, a real sterling folding stock, a direct cast from a real M40 scope, a real counter. I'm super happy with how its turning out. Need to do a bunch of mods still but Its close to painting. 

 

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That looks sweet. I want one of these bad boys this year

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Looks great! A bapty is on my to do list for sure

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Thanks guys! This will my display Bapty, I have a regular Doopys kit I think I am going to make my trooping Bapty (when I dont feel like lugging my T-21 haha). 

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Looking awesome!

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First layer of primer. I'm pretty happy with how this is turning outEHr3Buv.jpg

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Coming along. Should be adding the trigger guard today and do another coat of black then onto weathering and adding the scope rail and everything.

 

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Still on the fence for my power cylinders. I have a resin one ready to go, but I would love it to be more authentic. Though they are fairly pricey for metal cylinders. Stupid money, always getting in the way of authenticity! 

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Testing out scope and counter rail before weathering uUUpEMm.jpg

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Lookin' great:duim:

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Amazing build!   :salute:

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You got skills bro'! I really like it!

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Weathered! Added a bit of diluted red-brown acrylic paint and wiped away for to give it a little rusty look. Adding trigger guard next

 

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Looks really good! Nice work.

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Really cool to see the Bapty Family growing!!!

Your build is great dude. :duim:

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I was super lucky to obtain a real 1942 M40 scope! Just added it to my blaster and its amazing. The blaster is almost 100% finally! Last but not least I need to add that trigger guard and touch up the paint a bit and this sucker is all done. 

 

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Nice one mate!:duim:

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ITS DONE! FNALLY! 

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Only took me ab out a year to finish! Haha. I am very happy how it turned out. Happy I was able to find a real scope, thats my favorite part. 
Over time I may add new stuff but I'm calling it done right now! 

Now to finish my pack!

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As I already said on FB: amazing work, love it, really cool mate!:duim:

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Well done sir! Will ask you for tips some day


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That looks awesome , Very nice work. 

I have a question about the “T-tracks”.

i purchased some that are soft rubber and I have had a very hard time getting them to stay on a painted surface, I would love to know what you used to attach them with. 

Asher

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2 hours ago, Asher said:

That looks awesome , Very nice work. 

I have a question about the “T-tracks”.

i purchased some that are soft rubber and I have had a very hard time getting them to stay on a painted surface, I would love to know what you used to attach them with. 

Asher

Thanks! I used a dab of E6000 on each end to keep them in place. But my T Tracks are hard plastic. I’m not sure what would work best on rubber, I guess it depends on the type of rubber. 

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Thanks I wil keep looking for a better glue. 

Asher

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That real m40 looks awesome! Really nice work, well done.

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