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Mon Jul 06, 2020 1:58 pm

Hello all, I have the 'classic' PVC spudgun (muzzle loading, cost all of $30 including igniter), and was looking for a way to pretty it up. I recently purchased a 3D printer and decided to play with a modular shoulder mount. I'll be printing over the next few weeks and can report back if anyone is interested.

I'm a spudgun newbie, and I look forward to absorbing all of your knowledge.
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Sun Jul 19, 2020 4:53 am

Welcome to the forum and interesting concept!

I am reminded of the M18 recoilless rifle that had a less conventional grip setup:


Perhaps a sight mount of sorts would be useful.
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