the switch to go from Electro to mechanical, i do believe. i for one will need one, so this comes as news to me that there will be new ones made.
I need 3...
Just posting here to see if you guys want to add input into the design(??)
the stock type just aluminum
And here I was all excited thinking that you engineered a battery cut-off switch for Emags a'la the Xmag switches. Ditching the yellow cut-off pin. I am now disappoint.
But yeah, not much thought about the selector switch. I got one of yours that's more rounded than the stock switch - whatever batch that was. Either way, as long as it works, no biggie. The biggest draw is that it's aluminum and can be ano-matched to the rest of the gun.
yeah, i think you are over thinking it. KISS, its only a switch.
I personally liked the flat one with the 2 or 3 holes in it as opposed to the more rounded one with no holes in it. I would go for a few of them if you did something similar.
Interesting, I didn't know that.
I think I remember the design, but are there any pictures anywhere with one in it?
The third picture down has a nice close up
yeah I have one of those. I like it.
Yea, lets do those, I'm pretty sure I have materials that will work.
How much do you sell for? I might be interested in one, if still in-stock (I'll be in Texas in a couple weeks).
In the range of my other ones.
I'm down for a couple as well.
Cool, I'm working on a production strategy right now, gonna try and have them done in a few days.
Terrible timing. I'd much rather have either one of those over the one that will be arriving in a couple of days.
Sorry about that but I only re-up my inventory when old stock is gone. I'll send you a PM and work it out. :)
I like the looks of that last one, I am currious how the two holes and the side chamfer will turn out when it is actually produced.
Regarding to the pictures of post #24, I prefer the 2nd design, and the 1st just after.