Fortunately I was still able to do so, with one side of the frame still flush witht he base of the Scrollsaw. Three quick line-cuts, and the frame can accept Flashy's barrel.
Decent hand-size, if I do say so myself.
The barrel needed a few modifications' there are indents on the left and right of the barrel that needed to get marked off and cut out.
Looking better...looking better...
Now we move on to "the Trapezoid". The trapezoid starts out narrow at the bottom, and goes up the gun at a slope to be as wide as the barrel. I marked off and cut the two sides out of Sintra sheets.
I then marked off and cut out the indentations on the sides of the trapezoid.
Looking decent! But...I discovered another problem. The trapesoids have indentations that are flush with the frame. The barrel will need to have more voids cut out of them to allow for the indentations.
Next step is the top of the barrel. There are 5 flat polygons that make up the encosure around the barrel, other than the sides of the trapezoid. I measured them off and cut them out.
One quick application of hot glue and they're in their basic position.
Next think is to finish the sides of the trapezoid and get the end-cap in place.
Then it's on to unraveling the mysteries of "Bondo"...