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Thread: Need some feedback on what kind of frame you would like to see me manufacture.

  1. #211
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    Awesome!!!!

    Edit: Regarding the ASA mounting: I don't think you can go wrong with the two 10-32 screws. If somebody wants a T or dovetail ASA, they can bolt on a rail.

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    I'm in love

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    I too am also super stoked about this as well in addition to. Also. Me excited.

    No but seriously. This looks awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke
    I'm going to do a single trigger design too.
    Looking forward to this!

    Quote Originally Posted by luke
    Not sure what to do with an ASA mount on the bottom, with dove tails, T-slots, standard ASA 10-32 screw holes and sleeper mods being done to frames these days Iím tempted to not do any machining there at all. (?)
    I think that 10-32 would be the least acceptable for those of us that don't have the tools or the knowledge to mod the frame ourselves. A dove-tail would be cool and in line with what's being used by most people today.


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    Quote Originally Posted by luke
    Not sure what to do with an ASA mount on the bottom, with dove tails, T-slots, standard ASA 10-32 screw holes and sleeper mods being done to frames these days Iím tempted to not do any machining there at all. (?)


    Think dovetails and 10-32 screw holes would cover alot of the options. IMO

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    It looks very comfortable, I will have to get one of these, not sure if I will get a single or double trigger first though...

  7. #217
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    looks like we found the frame for the tripple mag.


    awsome work luke.

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    how many are you gonna buy KNM?

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    I'm down for a single trigger version.

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    nice!!! looks like the search is over for a new frame! will they be drilled and tapped for a LPR???

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    Quote Originally Posted by need4reebs
    will they be drilled and tapped for a LPR???
    Nope.

    These will sell as a mechanical frame only with a platform for the tinker to start with. We will see where it goes from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke
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    The solid part at the top will be milled out from the top, a MPA3 should fit nicely.
    Uses AGD triggers and safety parts.
    Aluminum grips.
    These will be lighter than the Intelli frame.
    I'm going to do a single trigger design too.

    Not sure what to do with an ASA mount on the bottom, with dove tails, T-slots, standard ASA 10-32 screw holes and sleeper mods being done to frames these days Iím tempted to not do any machining there at all. (?)
    are you going to make a version that has every possible oz. taken off?
    such as milling chanels in the trigger guard, milling out a canel in behind the trigger like the Iframe has.

    i know this is a very minor suggestion and prolly makes the frame sale price go up.
    maybe i need to wait for the final product since this one is not done yet.

    Great work so far,

    thankyou,
    KNM

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    Yup... I just got a new dose of patience... I need one of these!

    I can't wait to see the single trigger version.

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    I would like to see a rail "milling" into the top with an RT sear inset... and a single trigger would be fantastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knownothingmags
    are you going to make a version that has every possible oz. taken off?
    such as milling chanels in the trigger guard, milling out a canel in behind the trigger like the Iframe has.

    i know this is a very minor suggestion and prolly makes the frame sale price go up.
    maybe i need to wait for the final product since this one is not done yet.

    Great work so far,

    thankyou,
    KNM
    Right now there is a difference of 19 grams between a stock intelli and mine which is unfinished. My guess is it will come in under a stock frame when we're done. The final product will be much as you see it here (I made some minor changes that most guys wont pick up on) but with the top finished (of course), my intent is to keep the up front cost as low as possible so you guys can decide what additional work you want. Some guys will choose to use it as is but they wonít have to pay for all the additional machine work. If I choose all the mods up front it will leave less room personal customization and the final product will cost more.

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    It seems like everyone is interested in the single trigger frame, am I wasting my time on the double?
    Last edited by luke; 12-11-2012 at 05:24 PM.

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    I can't see from the photo, but do you still need a rail with this frame?

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    +1 for the forgrip that hides LPR.

    luke: "If everyone really needs a sleeper setup I can do a foregrip to hide the LPR "

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    Quote Originally Posted by livebrando
    I can't see from the photo, but do you still need a rail with this frame?
    Yes you do, its just a grip frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke
    It seems like everyone is interested in the single trigger frame, am I wasting my time one the double?
    i know i need a double for the tripple mag since it will be pneumatic,
    but thats my preference.

    ,
    KNM

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    luke will you stock these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by knownothingmags
    luke will you stock these?
    I'm not exactly sure how this will go down right out of the gate, I may end up just doing a small run of both to see if they sell.

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    I would be interrested in one of these.

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    you Luke. Just when I thought I'd be done planning more stuff to buy.

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    count me in for at least one of these...im gonna my pants when i get to see the single trigger frame...great work, once again Luke

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    Luke, do you intend to offer some extra custom work over the standard product at extra cost as well? For example, I'd love having a single trigger one modded for e-pneu operation.

    Thanks,

    Mendel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpsd
    Luke, do you intend to offer some extra custom work over the standard product at extra cost as well? For example, I'd love having a single trigger one modded for e-pneu operation.

    Thanks,

    Mendel.
    Yes of course, but I really donít have the time to do that type of research, design, setup and testing, I'm just spread to thin as it is. The machining is the easy part.

    Mostly I just want to get some frames out there to see where this goes. Iím not dead set any one particular direction, really you guys and the frame itself will dictate where it goes or ends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke
    It seems like everyone is interested in the single trigger frame, am I wasting my time on the double?
    If the price is right I may buy one of each.

    Edit: I would actually be more likely to buy two singles. Plenty of double frame options out there although yours does look awesome.

    Will you be having these finished or just sell them raw?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sQuidvision
    Will you be having these finished or just sell them raw?
    Just raw, sorry.

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    I'd be interested in one of each

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