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Echo and Sniper42 show off their Lever Action Sheridan build

Here is the first video from SPEW 2013.

In this video Andrew “Echo” Glover and Jason “Sniper42” Schwartz talk about their lever action sheridan. 

I like their use of universal joints for the linkage arm (lever to bolt). 

Jason and Andrew's Lever Action Sheridan rifle build.
Andrew (left) and Jason (right) with their custom Lever Action Sheridan rifle build below.

Andrew and Jason’s Lever action Sheridan build has taken a few different forms since they started and you can see the progress in the following mcb link:

http://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/custom-projects-custom-questions/103225-kp-lever-action-build.html

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  1. Iam wanting to build my own, was wondering if you had plans you’d be willing to share. I an going to have mine as an under feed though.
    I’m really looking for plans on the lever to bolt assembly and how the air is connected to it all, the full path of the air.
    Thank you

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