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    KAM Designs M86

    So Ive been working on autocockers for the last 6 month. Time to come out with something that the AO Crew can use.




    Specs:
    AGD Spec where it counts.
    86 degree (CCM based shape)
    Mounting for fabco MSV-2 & clippard MPA-3
    Tapped for Sleeper LPR mount Capable. The frame will be tapped 1/8NPT on the bottom but. You will have to modify the MSV-2 & its mounting plate. It will not come modified.
    Trigger included, Forward & back stop setscrews. (AGD trigger compatable)
    Frame accepts 2X emag trigger magnets above the forward trigger stop.
    Can be used on twistlock guns or non twistlock.
    Sear release hole for use on pnuemags.
    Intelli switch mounts.
    AGD Saftey compatable. (Safetey NOT Included)

    I will be putting up a pre-order thread in the dealer forum within the next couple days.
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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    Looks good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Looks good!
    Thanks. I always enjoy designing these.

    The machine is all setup for these. Hopefully once i get the preorder going it doesnt take to long to get enough.


    Also forgot these will come with the grips.

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    Did you finally get set up with a machining center?

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    Great to see more folks making stuff. I admire those who can do this kind of thing; I've just never quite had the knack for it.

    One point I wanted to mention that I had in passing to Luke recently. I know this frame has finger grooves machined in which would narrow some options, but what I told Luke is that the one thing that kept me from buying one of his frames already was that it did not use a standard (CZ in this case if I remember correctly) grip mounting configuration.

    I like the idea of pretty annodized aluminum panels as much as anyone, but for a marker that is for "go" instead of "show", aluminum grips are a deal breaker for me. I had a chance to try out an x-mag with some lexan grips once; they were okay, but really not my thing.

    Just a few cents worth (for what that is worth).

    I do really dig the addition of the magnet return.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrome View Post
    I do really dig the addition of the magnet return.
    agreed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrome View Post
    One point I wanted to mention that I had in passing to Luke recently, what I told Luke is that the one thing that kept me from buying one of his frames already was that it did not use a standard (CZ in this case if I remember correctly) grip mounting configuration.

    I like the idea of pretty annodized aluminum panels as much as anyone, but for a marker that is for "go" instead of "show", aluminum grips are a deal breaker for me.
    A few points, personally I detest rubber and plastic grips, they just feel and look cheap and generic.
    It's like the difference between custom wheels and hub caps 69 mustang fastback.
    For me, the actual grip plays a very insignificant roll in actually firing the marker during a game.
    Designing new products around existing parts SEVERELY limits your design and gets old (for me anyway) after awhile. I actually originally designed my frame to accept rubber wrap arounds and hated the final design. Ditched the entire design started from scratch and really dig the final design.

    Last edited by luke; 09-17-2013 at 10:30 PM.

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