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    Took me long enough, anno back up!

    Finally was able to get the time/money together to get my anno line going again. working on building the tank today, polish booth and blaster set up, need to get about 40 gallons of distilled water, and a good set of polishing gloves, and I will be on my way again!

    This time around I have an order form that anyone wanting a job done will need to fill out, I will be giving a link to that in a day or so...prices are about the same, I will only be able to do one job a week, the way I have it set up, and I will let everyone know when I will be a little farther out than that due to weekend trips and what not.

    I am excited to be back in it again, hope to make some mags beautiful pieces of functional art!

    Blake

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    that's good news... i'll have to talk to you about a micromag in a few weeks.

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    Nice!!

    Glad you are back in business. I will pm you about a few pieces. This will be a true test of your skills...

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    Hey man I was wondering if you might do the Bio Hazard style that you used to to again.

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    you able to do masking and two tone dust gloss ?

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    Bio hazard? if you show pics I am sure I will know what you mean, but if I have done it before, I can do it again.

    and yes I can do masking, dusting, and two tone is also not a problem

    will have a working tank by next week!

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    Blake is the Best, prep work is awesome and the items turned out great. Blake did some dust to gloss on some of my items and you would never know they were dusted before.

    Here is my project which has taken some time to get together, thanks to all involved and for your skills..your all artist.


    The parts sent for the project:



    The REBIRTH: Silver with Splash clear





    XMT-Ripper Body
    RPG- Emag Shadow Rail
    Xvalve- Custom Anno with lvl 10
    Rpg-SUB-Zero Feedneck
    Lukes- Extreme Milled Lowers, plus pack and selector switch
    Acid Custom-Unique Trigger
    Evil- Barrel system
    CP-Detents
    sPD-Grips
    CCM- Macro fittings
    Software- XMOD 1.7

    Pm any questions not related to anno..


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    Perhaps a stupid quesion, but see that the CP on/off and the barrels were able to retain their jewels. Are these heated, removed and reglued on or do they stay in place during the process?

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    They're usually removed for the process and reglued

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    So he does re-anodize X-valves.. good to know.

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    Hey...sorry about the full inbox - had crazy amount of PMs overnight. FYI, my email has no capacity limit, and I can hold onto quotes longer, so feel free (and encouraged) to send me a message a bazookaboycustoms@gmail.com.

    ALSO - I am almost to 250 likes on facebook (just search Bazooka Boy Customs)...as soon as I see that I have hit 250, I will make a post, and whoever comments on it over 24 hours will be put in for a drawing. Thinking it could make a big difference for someone still on the fence about doing an ano, or help you get a little crazier with your budget.


    (And yeah, I do the xvalves)

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    Annodized a snatch grip for me to complete my marker as always great job.


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    hey Bazooka,
    I'm needing some work done to bring a toxic matrix back to life. Its got a pretty bad gash on top of the body that would need to be polished out. I'd love to just do the body if you can get a decent match to the factory green color ( I can send other parts to get close to the match), but if that's just too hard, a lime/dark green reverse splash would be just 'toxic' looking enough that it'd be worth doing.

    If its possible, shoot me a PM with how your schedule is looking.

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    General Anno Question

    Is it possible to Anodize a barrel, body and a valve with a "racing stripe"? I was thinking something like the Ford GT 40 Blue/Orange color combination. Anodize the entire marker one color and then add a single stripe of a different color down the length of the gun. I see mostly fades and splatter paints, not really my style.

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    Interested in these BAZOOKA_Boy

    I have a whole bunch of brand new CP jewels.

    ~Steven

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    CP gives them away for free if you just email them and ask

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    Just a heads up!

    Polishing and certain anodizing prices are going up a bit (still to be determined on amount) January 1, 2012. Not because I am greedy, but because I have been back in business since May, and things are going great in the shop, which means you are getting a better service than ever. I will still be competitive, but prices will better reflect the time that goes into certain services.

    If you get a quote before December 31, 2011 I will honor it until February 28, 2012 (I must receive the gun before the end of February). So that gives you a few weeks to count parts, note current and desired finishes, and dream up your best project at my old “introductory rates” which are on the pricing page of my blog.

    I will post the changes on the blog on January 1, I promise it won’t be too crazy. It’ll even be adding some effects and patterns. Thanks for understanding.

    Blake

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    few more jobs







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    Damn it Blake, your work just keeps getting better and better....

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

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    I don't think I've ever seen a marker where the splash part of the ano fades in. That looks cool!

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    Last edited by AO Moderation Team; 02-23-2012 at 11:52 PM.

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    Bazooka Boy did the Y frame, trigger, valve, rail, and barrel tip!



    Last edited by magguy87; 04-07-2012 at 04:19 AM.

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