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E-11 PVC Pipe Build Templates (Imperial and Metric)

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Hi guys!  I've been wanting to do this for awhile, but never got around to setting up a Dropbox until tonight.

Follow the links below, click DOWNLOAD, then download or open the files.  Simple.

HAPPY BUILDING!  :)

Aaron

 

E-11 PVC PIPE BUILD TEMPLATES:

 

Imperial

 

Front:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/i72nghlhz2hmyza/E-11%20PVC%20FRONT%20TEMPLATE.pdf?dl=0

 

Rear:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6aw5semfacsewnm/E-11%20PVC%20REAR%20TEMPLATE.pdf?dl=0

 

Combo (includes a Sterling instruction manual to help familiarize you with the parts):

https://www.dropbox.com/s/mi700j3bbnikmpv/E-11%20PVC%20TEMPLATE%20COMBO.pdf?dl=0

 

Metric:

 

Front:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/b82du4kucfz9nl8/E-11%2040MM%20PVC%20FRONT%20TEMPLATE.pdf?dl=0

 

Rear:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/kfbhebdvvfg0h7t/E-11%2040MM%20PVC%20REAR%20TEMPLATE.pdf?dl=0

 

 

FRONT SIGHT MEASUREMENTS:

 

Imperial:

 

Front Sight Block:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/0yecc20a8948lv3/Front%20Sight%20Block.pdf?dl=0

Front Sight:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/jyd1yb4iszgwvlr/Front%20Sight.pdf?dl=0

 

Metric:

 

Front Sight Block:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/mt20fysqnd8gekm/Metric%20Front%20Sight%20Block%20for%20A4%20paper.pdf?dl=0

Front Sight:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/wxyo7w2f6zu6vu8/Metric%20Front%20Sight%20for%20A4%20paper.pdf?dl=0

 

TRIGGER GROUP 1:1 SCALE PDF:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/b7e8l87ufkiwz6t/Sterling%20SMG%20Trigger%20Group.pdf?dl=0

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Already a recipient of your excellent work Aaron. Public thank you posted here - Thank you!

(Just have to build the sucker now)

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Cool work i also made these as PDF in A4

 

http://www.haui.eu/userfiles/downloads/E11-Blaster_Drawing_PDF-A4.zip

 

Awesome!  A one-stop thread for your international pipe template needs!  Thanks for posting Haui!  :duim:  

 

Already a recipient of your excellent work Aaron. Public thank you posted here - Thank you!

(Just have to build the sucker now)

 

Thanks for the kudos, Ian!  :)

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Thanks for the updated versions on the front sight diagrams! Excellent job on these!

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Thanks a lot for posting them Aaron. My sight I'm working on is not quite perfect, but reasonably close, so thank you again to allow the comparison.

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Many thanks for this to you all. This is an INCREDIBLE COMUNITY...<br>

Definetely I would have to take a look at it.<br>

Still no armor (I'm one of the expectant peasants who have felt the vader's call, a wannabe trooper waiting a shiny anovos suit to arrive) and no weapon (I've enlisted for a derrek's kit) and in the meantime trying to get enough skills and information not to ruin those up.<br><br>

I was wondering... What would be the proper gauge of the PVC tube for the barrel?

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Hi Curro,

 

PVC comes in standard thicknesses like schedule 40 or schedule 80.

For the receiver (outer tube) you want schedule 40 or thinner.

Schedule 80 is too thick.

 

You can use anything you want for the inner barrel, but I've got resin barrels that are EXACT copies of a real Sterling barrel.

Much easier than trying to fabricate something.

http://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/33001-resin-cast-sterling-barrel-and-bolt-spring-cup/?p=427498

 

Aaron

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Thanks Aaron.<br>

Guess I will start playing with cheap PVC tubes to see where that can get me while waiting Dday's news on his kit. Definetely following your inner barrel topic form now on. Very impressed and veeeery tempting.

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Cool work i also made these as PDF in A4

 

http://www.haui.eu/userfiles/downloads/E11-Blaster_Drawing_PDF-A4.zip?

I am having issues printing these off in actual size. any help on printer settings would be great. I have tried printing it on letter size (8.5x11) adjusting the scaling etc.. Can anyone give me a hint on how to print these so the sizes are accurate

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