The M-94A1 Phaser Rifle


#101

Wow Joe it is really shaping up.
It looks fantastic.


#102

How the hell do you do this stuff!!??


#103

Man, I wish I had your skills Joe. Amazing work.


#104

Ya… Amen… he is very VERY talented! I’m very lucky to live close enough to visit from time to time. I’ve learned so much!


#105

You ARE lucky! I could really use a professor like Joe!


#106

Got a lot of work done on the rear grip today. There was a battle between me and the idiosyncrasies of my sharper, but after much resetting, re tightening and swearing (swearing always helps) I prevailed.


#107

V for VICTORY!!! Glad you stuck with it and came out on top!


#108

The first three pictures are of router jig parts being made.


#109

And the rest.


#110

Fantastic Job Joe.


#111

Your just not working hard enough if your not swearing. The mark of a true craftsman.


#112

It’s looking amazing!


#113

Thanks everyone. I glued the handle halves together and started shaping it with an assortment of sanding blocks and 60 grit sandpaper. I made another custom block from epoxy putty. I’m pretty happy with the shape so far.


#114

Sweet daddy-oh!!!


#115

Joe brought some of these parts to our prop meet in Ticonderoga recently. Brilliant work! Pics don’t do this justice.


#116

Thanks you two. Over the weekend I also milled out the pivot access hole in the top housing. Today I drilled the pivot hole in the rear housing and test fitted the power coil. WAY COOL!!.


#117

Very nice, I need to send you some molding rubber.


#118

Way to set ‘em up Joe!


#119

I agree, the parts he brought look terrific. Can’t wait to see it complete.


#120

Wow Joe Looking better and better the more pictures you post.
Awesomeness.