Step 1: Materials
2" 3/4" PVC pipe (1x)
1-1/4" 1/2" PVC pipe (6x)
Plastic cap to an aerosol can (preferably one with a beveled edge on one end)
Grip-Rite Fas'ners Tin Cap Disks
Wood (I used 1/2" ish pine I had lying around)
Glue or epoxy
Double sided tape (optional)
Saw (Jig saw or scroll saw is recommended)
Larger block of wood and 2 nails to build the stand
Step 2: Cutting and Shaping
Then cut 2 rectangles out of a disk and bend them at a 90 degree angle and glue them between 2 disks (see the diagram below).
Next, cut out the stock and grip out of wood. You can print out a template if you want, but I just drew an outline from looking at the picture. I recommend a jigsaw or scroll saw if you have one. Don't forget to give it a good sanding.
Step 3: Painting and Staining
Note the holes in the bottom for mounting on the stand.
Step 4: Trigger and Crosshair
The crosshair can be made much larger to look like the original if you like. It can be mounted with double sided tape and then painted.
The triggerguard and trigger are just 2 strips inserted into grooves in the wood put in by a knife. (Make sure to put glue in the grooves first)
Step 5: Assembly
Glue the barrel to the cap and give the whole thing another coat of paint.
I used automotive double sided tape to attach the stock and handrest because I had it lying around, but epoxy would work well as well ( and be less visible)
Step 6: Display Stand/Finishing
And there you have it- a nice, cheap display piece for the gamer in us all.