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  1. #31
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    Not too late, I'll send you an invoice. Thanks.

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    Luke my payment will be mailed out this evening. Thanks!

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    I'll take 1 single trigger frame with plain grips, please.

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    I believe I'm caught up on invoices, if I missed anyone LMK, thanks.

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    Luke - Is this going to be a limited time offer on this frame or are you going to add this to your product line permanently?

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    ^i like this question^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kusokow View Post
    Luke - Is this going to be a limited time offer on this frame or are you going to add this to your product line permanently?
    Completely depends on how long I have to sit on parts. If I can cover upfront costs as in tooling, materials and design time and perhaps make a few dollars it is easier for me to sit on inventory. What sucks is when people beg me to make parts and I end up not selling a single one, not even to the people that beg me to make them. I can think of at least 5 parts that people were begging for that I have been sitting on for years, one in particular I have not sold a single unit of. A stock item solely depends on you guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Completely depends on how long I have to sit on parts. If I can cover upfront costs as in tooling, materials and design time and perhaps make a few dollars it is easier for me to sit on inventory. What sucks is when people beg me to make parts and I end up not selling a single one, not even to the people that beg me to make them. I can think of at least 5 parts that people were begging for that I have been sitting on for years, one in particular I have not sold a single unit of. A stock item solely depends on you guys.
    Thanks Luke! Yeah, I can see that could get pretty annoying. I'm going to try to sell a couple of my stuff and pick up a couple of these frames. Hope to see these added to your lineup for keeps.

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    Then again on second thought, one sure fire way to keep the parts in stock is not to buy any at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Then again on second thought, one sure fire way to keep the parts in stock is not to buy any at all.
    My sydarm weighs less than yours!!!

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    Hey luke, if its not to much trouble could you please post pic of the different pattern grips your offer?

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    Looking forward to the quote from BE's anno guy if something gets worked out. If not, how much do folks look at for getting something like this anno'd a simple gloss black?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtPB View Post
    Looking forward to the quote from BE's anno guy if something gets worked out. If not, how much do folks look at for getting something like this anno'd a simple gloss black?
    Seems like going price is about $10 or so per piece, but most places seem to have a minimum so I think its why BE is looking into a group deal. If it fall through, contact a couple of ano guys and see fi they will work you a deal to fit it in with someone elses parts. If you are going with a common dust or polished black, they may be able to put the frame in with some other parts they are running in the same color. Might be a little harder to do if you are wanting something red, blue etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rseb4agze View Post
    Hey luke, if its not to much trouble could you please post pic of the different pattern grips your offer?
    http://www.automags.org/forums/showt...go-Emag-Panels

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    Quote Originally Posted by rseb4agze View Post
    Hey luke, if its not to much trouble could you please post pic of the different pattern grips your offer?
    What BTam said, the Mini Vert panels have not been engraved yet. When the orders are finalized I will do the engravings, designs wont change, just re-sized to fit these panels.
    Last edited by luke; 02-01-2013 at 11:43 AM.

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    Are the grip panels going to be flat or rounded?

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    look at the picture

    rounded

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    Not flat, tapering from front to back in a convex shape. Pretty cool panels.

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    but youre biased...

    they look awesome thou

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    Quote Originally Posted by BTAutoMag View Post
    but youre biased...
    Of course, I designed and made "exactly" what I had envisioned, for the executioner it gets no better than that.

    That is until he changes his mind and thinks of something better. (lol)

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    I designed and made "exactly" what I had envisioned, for the executioner it gets no better than that.
    thats a nice warm and fuzzy feeling isn't it

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    Fuzzy and a tad arrogant at the same time, but so far I'm real happy with the frame(s) and various parts design, and very happy with the machining as a whole.
    There is one very small area that is still bugging me, but I'm spent many hours trying various tooling and tool paths (Not to mention $ for tooling) trying to perfect it and I can only get as close to 90% satisfied. It's not a function issue, I just know it's there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Fuzzy and a tad arrogant at the same time, but so far I'm real happy with the frame(s) and various parts design, and very happy with the machining as a whole.
    There is one very small area that is still bugging me, but I'm spent many hours trying various tooling and tool paths (Not to mention $ for tooling) trying to perfect it and I can only get as close to 90% satisfied. It's not a function issue, I just know it's there.
    Luke, just curious..which part is that?

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    I'll never tell.

    BTW, the 90% comment has to do with a single tool path NOT the entire frame.
    I'm 99.999% happy with the frame as a whole.
    Last edited by luke; 02-01-2013 at 12:55 PM.

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    when I get mine I'll find it

    PS, sometimes I'm not thrilled with something I machine out and then a customer looks at it and they are jaw dropped happy. machinists are just too picky with stuff because in our world, .001" is a big deal

    PPS, one of my cylinder heads was used in a magazine advertisement and I spent almost 2 hours setting up the head where it would look awesome but incomplete. turned out pretty good.


    Luke, we love you
    Last edited by BTAutoMag; 02-01-2013 at 01:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BTAutoMag View Post
    when I get mine I'll find it
    I'll just buff yours out.

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    Project is done, see first post for shipping updates.
    Thanks guys.


    A few extras in stock...

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Project is done, see first post for shipping updates.
    Thanks guys.


    A few extras in stock...
    pm'ing

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    I can't wait to get home on Sunday to open a box from Luke!

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    I might be interested in this, but a couple of questions:

    1. how compatible is this with a sleaper pneumag mod
    room for a lpr inside?
    room for the 3 way?
    would the ram mount in easily?

    I'm sorry if the answers to question 1 are obvious, but I'm new at this

    also:
    2. does this fit standard angel grips?

    Thanks for any and all info!

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