30 January 2014


I have in my library a set of plans for a STEN Mk II.

They sort of end the conundrum about 922r parts.

There is not a single part that cannot be made in a high school metal shop, with the possible exception of rifling the barrel.

The plans I have even include the springs!

This plan is more economical than starting with a surplus kit because I wouldn't have to toss parts like the bolt.  Looks to be more fun too!

Did I say economical?  Well, except for all of the metal I'll ruin learning how to use Marv's welder...

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