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    Yup

    Seems like this keeps getting pushed behind other projects.

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    Up?

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    I'm back on this project, I think I have overcome the design issues I was having a few years ago. This will be my final attempt on the design that I have in mind! As stated before, prototypes have been made that failed to make the grade but I think I have worked all that out. If I can pull it off it should be pretty slick, at least I will think so.

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    Interested

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    Yep........definitely interested

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    Ooooh yeah baby.

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    Yep, I'm in

    -grub

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    BTW can you make it match the armada rail

    -grub

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    Quote Originally Posted by grub View Post
    BTW can you make it match the armada rail

    -grub
    Is that the am length or the rt length...and is it the early version or the later?

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    ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodge3500 View Post
    ?
    They are messing with me.

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    Lol they got me too then lol.

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    I would buy at least 3 of these if you get a working design.

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    I nailed down a design I like. This is more about function than looks, a wedge is a wedge, but I'm stoked non the less. Now I have to figure out how to make fixtures for it! Easier said than done I'm afraid.

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    Sweet. I might even give one a shot.

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    What type of ASA mount is preferred, standard dovetail, T-slot, standard two 10-32 screw??

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    With a wedge, I'd say standard dovetail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maverick13 View Post
    With a wedge, I'd say standard dovetail.
    Yep

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    All my stuff is dovetail

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    I like the option of a dovetail and 10-32 holes. I like to use direct mount bl asas for certain guns and like to have the option for both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dano_____ View Post
    I like the option of a dovetail and 10-32 holes. I like to use direct mount bl asas for certain guns and like to have the option for both.
    Due to the design I can't add 10-32 screw "option" to the bottom of the standard dove tail.

    The 10-32 hole design would have to be a separate design (wedge) or I can machine a male T-slot mount that screws to your ASA then mounts in the T-slot on the wedge.

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    Dovetail

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    I would also prefer Dovetail mount, if that matters at all...

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    Either way will be sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    What type of ASA mount is preferred, standard dovetail, T-slot, standard two 10-32 screw??
    Can you do it with Spyder off-set holes and Metric threading?

    I'm on the train now for one of these. Always wanted to try a wedge and if Luke makes it then you know it's going to be good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sk8ermog View Post
    Can you do it with Spyder off-set holes and Metric threading?
    Can I? Yes.
    Will I? No.

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    Dovetail gets my vote

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sk8ermog View Post
    Can you do it with Spyder off-set holes and Metric threading?

    I'm on the train now for one of these. Always wanted to try a wedge and if Luke makes it then you know it's going to be good.
    Always one in the bunch.

    I get the feeling Luke is going to make my wallet hurt for a long time to come. Or worse yet, hurting for real, unless I figure out how to get all the stuff in the house without the wife noticing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Due to the design I can't add 10-32 screw "option" to the bottom of the standard dove tail.

    The 10-32 hole design would have to be a separate design (wedge) or I can machine a male T-slot mount that screws to your ASA then mounts in the T-slot on the wedge.
    I'd be interested in either of these options, and possibly a dovetail one as well.

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