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    Mini mag prototype

    The body was derived from a slug body blank. I still need to add detents.[IMG]<a href="http://s233.photobucket.com/albums/ee76/jpike10/?action=view&current=minimag.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i233.photobucket.com/albums/ee76/jpike10/minimag.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>[/IMG]
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    cool
    are you going to make this?

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    I'm thinking about it. I dont have a 4 axis milling center so i would have to farm the body out to another machine shop. it depends on if there is an interest i guess.

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    Sweet. Very nice design. Simple and elegant.

    "I'm not happy unless you're not happy"

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    im intrested....any ida on cost...its kidna cool lookin

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    Kust get one of the Micromags that are being made?

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    nice design, is it suposed to be an aluminim body over a stainless inner sleve? or is it all alu.

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    Very nice!

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    Is the body actually 2 pieces so that color scheme is possible? Because that would be a helluva expensive anodizing job.

    Try giving Xmagterror a pm. He might be looking for the next run of bodies to make. He's the guy who did the ripper and phoenix bodies.

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    the program i used is solidworks '08. the design is solid alum. I used 2 colors to define the depth. It would look cool this way but as stated it would be expensive to get anno'd.If anyone wants to attempt to make this I can forward the solid file and if needed generate the cnc program. i also have a solid of the grip frame and a program for that.My shop is just way to busy to dedicate a machine to this right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by candjpaintball
    My shop is just way to busy to dedicate a machine to this right now.
    If nothing else, keep the design handy for when you're not busy. We're used to waiting a long time for custom stuff.

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    Nice job on the body!! If this gets up and running you could count me in for at least one possibly two!!

    Keep up the good work!!


    Wook

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    i still have solid models of this if anyone is interested in making it.

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    solid works is amazing i am using it for a class im in and wow just wow

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    just started working with a buddy that s teaching me solidworks.......its mighty cool......

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    It's definitely a cool looking body, I think it could be a seller.
    For the right price it'll sell like hot cakes.

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