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  1. To preserve to look, I'd drill 2 holes to loop the ties through the back.
  2. I used nylon nuts and bolts of the right length. 2 on the upright and 1 on the chamber. But cable ties will also work.
  3. There is no debate, buddy. We took the measurements, but didn't get every single photo for you to use. Good luck with your 3D model, now let's let Ryan get back to his build after advice. It is his thread after all.
  4. After measuring all dimensions of the Lewis, both myself and Nick agreed that 76mm pipe is the best size for a scratch build. After wrapping to simulate the barrel threads, it would be 79mm. These are the measurements from the actual Lewis; Main Barrel OD 80mm. 3" or 76mm Pipe with the 1.5mm wire wrap gives us 79mm OD, which is within reasonable tolerance for a scratch built T21 76mm pipe in the UK is readily available, so this allows Ryan to get as close to the 80mm OD as he can effectively.
  5. That depends on how close you are to Tunisia '76 standards already. It's possible that you might be able to go for one or more section patches straight away
  6. That is correct Tunisia '76 is all about the accuracy and construction of your Weapons, Armour and Fieldpack. It does not affect anyone's SWAT application, as they can choose that route too if they wish
  7. Fellow Sandy's... TUNISIA '76 and 'The Cantina' Members Club opens in 2 DAYS !!!! Get access to one, get the other one free Click here to access our FaceBook portal > https://www.facebook.com/Tunisia-76-1744626149157726/
  8. Ryan, I might be able to help you out here with some of the colours I used in my build. Apart from primers and wood stain, these are the only things I used .... Are you doing a pipe build or a panda build ? 90mm is way too wide for the barrel, matey. The Lewis is 76mm tapering down to 63mm (3" down to 2.5")
  9. Guys, If you would like access to the group on May 4th, we are filtering all requests through our Facebook page (link above). Thanks, Lee
  10. I wouldn't 3D print that part. It'll be too brittle between the stock and receiver.
  11. That's it, buddy. Iirc there's 2 screws top and bottom. Maybe Nick can remember :/
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