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    introducing the "wuzi" mag mod for walther ppq

    So i have a walther ppq. I recently bought a +6 mag adaptor for my 15r mag. 21+1 is fine... but i want lots. So i got to thinking about how cheap uzi mags are. And how expensive walther mags are. Then i got to thinking about how similar they are... and thus the wuzi mag mod came to be. I just put it together. Havent loaded the uzi side yet. But the walther side holds 41. I left the spring plate on the uzi mag spring. So the walther spring sits on it. Had to trim the rib on the uzi mag to fit into the walther. Can totally be returned to normal other than the flattened trimming.
    I havent shot it yet. Its dark here now. I will tomorrow and see how it runs.
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    Functions flawlessly. Does get expensive in a hurry!

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    HA! Looks like something the ATF would do to a band saw cut up FA receiver.

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    Lol! Yes my workmanship may leave something to be desired

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    Just now seeing this.

    Put a follower on both ends and you can shoot both at the same time.

    Lol

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    Lololol

    Watch out... someone will say you added a stock to your pistol lololol

    Oh wait.... ETA I see it's a brace! Perfect!

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    Pure ghetto fabulous ingenuity indeed!

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    That’s great haha
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    It does indeed have a follower on both ends! Lol! I havent actually loaded or fired the uzi end. Just the walther end.
    Well, as much as i thought a handgun brace would be totally awesome on that piece... didnt realize i already did it! Now the real legal question is, if a attachement was made to mount a handgun to a pistol style ar15 or uzi, could you mount it to a front accessory rail? Or would it be considered a grip? I have serious temptations to do such a thing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericthered View Post
    It does indeed have a follower on both ends! Lol! I havent actually loaded or fired the uzi end. Just the walther end.
    Well, as much as i thought a handgun brace would be totally awesome on that piece... didnt realize i already did it! Now the real legal question is, if a attachement was made to mount a handgun to a pistol style ar15 or uzi, could you mount it to a front accessory rail? Or would it be considered a grip? I have serious temptations to do such a thing...


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