STEN 9mm Sub Machine Gun Replica

28 02 2011

The Sten is a British Sub-Machine Gun used by the British and Commonwealth Armed Forces during World War 2 until replaced by the Sterling SMG in 1953.

They were notable for having a simple design and very low production cost making it an effective solution to the crisis Britain faced while trying to replace the weapons lost at the evacuation of Dunkirk in May-June 1940


STEN is an acronym derived from the names of the weapon’s chief designers, Major Reginald V. Shepherd and HaroldTurpin, and EN for the Royal Small Arms Factory at Enfield.

Over 4 million Stens in various versions were made in the 1940s.

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John-Tom.com plans for a  full scale 1:1 replica of the MK2 STEN 9mm Sub Machine Gun (STEN SMG) – full scale plans and receiver template download

The plan set includes a free copy of the General Instructions Manual for the  STEN SMG dated Febraury 1942 in PDF format along with a Parts  Identification Document dated August 1942 and relevant build photographs to produce a 1:1 full scale replica of the STEN SMG.
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The plans set uses the original Receiver Template dimensions for the STEN SMG Receiver which is included in the plan set.
All plans are full size and consist of 10 Pages of A3 and one A1 sized plans to make a 1:1 Scale replica of the 9mm STEN SMG –
Dimensioning direct from Adobe Reader Software has been enables in all plans. Plan Package is sent via email in PDF and AutoCAD DXF formats
Please note that this replica will not chamber or fire live ammunition.
The plan set is designed for conversion to Airsoft AEG firing 6mm plastic pellet at a max 1Joule muzzle energy.

The Plan Set for the STEN SMG consists of:

10 pages of A3 Full Size 1:1 Plans and Templates in Adobe PDF and AutoCAD DXF Format

1 page of A1 Full Size Assembly Drawing in Adobe PDF and AutoCAD DXF Format

39 Page Build Photograph Album

General Instructions Manual for the  STEN SMG dated Febraury 1942

Parts  Identification Document dated August 1942

 

More Details at www. John-Tom.com on the Replica Weapons Page

 

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