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  1. #121
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    If these are still available I'd like another double with acis trigger, AGD-AO logo engraved panels.

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    I have two doubles left, I'll send you an invoice...

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    It's not something I offer, I owed him a favor. Grips were sand blasted then machined with the logo; it’s just a texture thing . It's more of a hassle because I can’t pull them out of inventory.
    It's a very nice job and a very nice result.
    Last edited by maverick13; 05-11-2013 at 04:01 PM.

  4. #124
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    I'll take the other double. PMing.

  5. #125
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    Here's another picture of Luke's vert frame. This time with a single trigger:


  6. #126
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    Absolutely stunning anno! I'm loving the whole package...

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    If I can get 6 paid orders I'll do another run of double trigger frames.
    I was thinking about changing the design a little to a mechanical only frame which would be completely ULEd.
    From the outside it will look exactly the same, just lighter.

    1. audioSLAVE (paid MO 5/17/13
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    Can you resend me an invoice for a double with acis trigger?

    thanks

  8. #128
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    Hey Chrono, are you interested in the exact frame I made before, or would you like the mechanical only meaning completely ULEd? (No MPA3 cavity "bottom" and no mounting surface under the grips)

  9. #129
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    Hey Luke, just so you know I'll take mine the exact frame you made before, want to keep my options open for now. Just out of curiosity, any idea how much weight savings are on the mech version, or too early to tell until you have one on hand?

  10. #130
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    No idea, I was really just throwing that idea out there, mostly because I haven't seen any builds on the pneumag platform yet. I was just getting the feeling everyone was running them as a mechanical frame.

  11. #131
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    they are awesome as a mech frame. much better feel then the intelli

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  12. #132
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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Hey Chrono, are you interested in the exact frame I made before, or would you like the mechanical only meaning completely ULEd? (No MPA3 cavity "bottom" and no mounting surface under the grips)
    you were suppose to keep this simple luke. I will take mech, but I am flexible if you do one or the other

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    No idea, I was really just throwing that idea out there, mostly because I haven't seen any builds on the pneumag platform yet. I was just getting the feeling everyone was running them as a mechanical frame.
    Probably waiting on cheaters and kickass foregrips.

  14. #134
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    how MUCH lighter

  15. #135
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    No idea, never machined one.
    Price will be the same, I'm not really marketing it as an add-on, just putting the option out there.
    Last edited by luke; 05-30-2013 at 03:41 PM.

  16. #136
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    If I can get 6 paid orders I'll do another run of double trigger frames.

    1. audioSLAVE (paid MO 5/17/13)
    2. Chronobreak (paid paypal 5/30/13)
    3. Laku (Paid 6-22-13)
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    This is the frame I'll be doing on this run. Disregard the sharp edges, the exterior will be EXACTLY like the first batch.



    This angle shows the internal changes.
    The Pneumag parts give you an idea of location and space inside the grip.
    The MPA has enough room that you shouldn't have to modify it. You can set it up with a Palmers 90 and not have to do any additional dremeling.
    Last edited by luke; 06-23-2013 at 01:28 PM.

  17. #137
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    heres just a plain old gloss black frame on my carbon mag, played with it yesterday and it looks just as great as it performs,

    heres whats on the mag

    Emax valve, warped carbon modded body (dual detents and chopped front by luke), rpg subzero feedneck, lukes am/mm teth rail, deadlywinds carbon fiber foregrip, lukes mini vert frame w/ acis trigger and agd/ao milled grips, snatch grip, cp mini drop, cp mini asa, ccm fittings to finish it off...all ano done by caustic customs...




    im going to eventually get one of luke foregrips and replace the modded body with a chopped ule body(by luke of course) to finish my 'lukes mag'

    thanks Luke

  18. #138
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    Ive seen it up close and its sweet awesome job Luke might as well make bodies too, I'm now saving up to get me one.

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    Very cool Keiko, thanks for the pictures and update, looks great.

    lobo >

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    Put me on the list, I PM'd the details.

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    Do you have any single frames left?
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  22. #142
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    I do.

    Plus both frames will be stocked in full in just a few days.

  23. #143
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    Quote Originally Posted by keiko_819 View Post
    heres just a plain old gloss black frame on my carbon mag, played with it yesterday and it looks just as great as it performs,

    heres whats on the mag

    Emax valve, warped carbon modded body (dual detents and chopped front by luke), rpg subzero feedneck, lukes am/mm teth rail, deadlywinds carbon fiber foregrip, lukes mini vert frame w/ acis trigger and agd/ao milled grips, snatch grip, cp mini drop, cp mini asa, ccm fittings to finish it off...all ano done by caustic customs...




    im going to eventually get one of luke foregrips and replace the modded body with a chopped ule body(by luke of course) to finish my 'lukes mag'

    thanks Luke

    hey luke when you cut the ULE body is it just a straight cut or can you cut them to look like a Pariah or Dallara front? so they can sit flush with the rail? dont mean to be off topic?

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    I'd kike to know also...I've got another body I need cut up

  25. #145
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    It's just a straight cut...

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    It's just a straight cut...


    can you cut them like the Pariah, Dallara, or am/mm length Chord bodies? so they sit flush with the rails?

  27. #147
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    These are cut to AM rail length and are flush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    These are cut to AM rail length and are flush.
    yeah on the body that you cut for keiko819 it looks like there is a lil over hang...not flush with a AM rail? are you able to cut the bodies like the Pariah, Dallara, or the AM/MM length Chord bodies? not seeing an answer for that question?


    here are pics of what im asking if you can do or not:




    hoping to be able to get a ULE body cut just like this as well as a few other people. thanks!
    Last edited by need4reebs; 06-26-2013 at 06:13 AM.

  29. #149
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    I would like to keep this thread on topic, but I'll answer this then we need to move the discussion to a new thread or pm. I'm not sure if I have an older dealer thread on this mod or not.

    TBH, I'm pretty busy and don't have the time to do a single body for the new design. I'll have to cut these on the CNC not the knee mill so it will take a little extra to set up the mod. So if there is interest up front and we can get a handful of bodies in to pay for the time to get it going I will gladly do the work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    I would like to keep this thread on topic, but I'll answer this then we need to move the discussion to a new thread or pm. I'm not sure if I have an older dealer thread on this mod or not.

    TBH, I'm pretty busy and don't have the time to do a single body for the new design. I'll have to cut these on the CNC not the knee mill so it will take a little extra to set up the mod. So if there is interest up front and we can get a handful of bodies in to pay for the time to get it going I will gladly do the work.

    wat new design? ill try PMing ya i guess?

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