With the final deployment hiatus of the year done, it’s back to the build on the Prowler’s sexy new wood-and-brass gun.
Made a trigger from some brass etch sheet cutoff:
Filed out a small slot and glued the trigger into position on the fore-stock underside – and drilled a seemingly random hole:
Hammered the end of some brass rod flat:
Carefully bent it into shape for an elaborate trigger guard – you really only get one shot at this with brass wire this small (same diameter as a paperclip) as it tends to snap easily:
Test-fit the trigger guard – now you can see what the hole was for!
This is why we test fit – had to add another bend to the wire to achieve its final shape:
And sorry folks – that’s where the fun ended for the evening!
I’m really enjoying the different medium of working in wood and brass and copper instead of the usual plastics.
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