View Poll Results: Will you buy an Armada-L Rail?

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    Post Armada-L Rail's

    PICTURES ARE NOT REPRESENTATIVE OF EXACT FINAL PRODUCT, MINOR CHANGES MAY OCCUR

    Notice for any and all interested buyers

    We have hashed out the necessary details and Luke will be manufacturing the rails SO LONG AS AT LEAST 20 PEOPLE ARE INTERESTED IN BUYING A RAIL

    I do not know anything about scheduling or pricing so do not even bother asking me

    The Armada-L is AM/MM length





    Consider this an unofficial pre-order thread so that Luke and I have the ablility to measure the interest of serious buyers
    Last edited by ElPanda; 10-19-2013 at 05:09 PM.
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    I'm guessing that it is based off of a AM/MM length rail. I would potentially be interested. I you guys could figure out a way to pump mill it then I will be a definite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lancecst View Post
    I'm guessing that it is based off of a AM/MM length rail. I would potentially be interested.
    AM/MM length, updated first post

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    I edited my post with pump milling.

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    I'm interested :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by lancecst View Post
    I edited my post with pump milling.
    would ask Luke about that down the road once he has had a chance to program the rail, nothing is carved in stone just yet, when I designed it I didnt include the sear slot or screw holes, just the outside profile and what I needed to sculpt externally so a pump slot MAY be a possibility

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    Quote Originally Posted by lancecst View Post
    I'm guessing that it is based off of a AM/MM length rail. I would potentially be interested. I you guys could figure out a way to pump mill it then I will be a definite.
    I don't have the file yet, but it's looks like there is room...

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    if tha rail is the same as tha one i got from you Panda i dont think pump milling will be an option. is their no idea of a price point? cost=luke's price to make a slug rail+tha Armada milling correct? how much are the slug rails gonna cost?

    whoa wait its Kool to ask questions right?

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    not the same rail you have, the milling up front is less drastic

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElPanda View Post
    not the same rail you have, the milling up front is less drastic
    kool. wats up with tha price point?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElPanda View Post
    I do not know anything about scheduling or pricing so do not even bother asking me
    Quote Originally Posted by Luke
    I don't have the file yet,
    Quote Originally Posted by need4reebs View Post
    kool. wats up with tha price point?


    That's not allowed in this forum.
    I can't set a price until I get the file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    That's not allowed in this forum.
    I can't set a price until I get the file.

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    I'm in...

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    Man you know what a sweet looking rail like that needs right?A matching BODY:-) :-) :-)

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    Also interested in pump milling with this rail. If reasonable......count me in for two

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    Quote Originally Posted by need4reebs View Post
    Patience grasshopper, we are working on it. This is ElPanda's file and it is not currently in my possession so it is impossible for me to determine the machining time. We literally just came to an agreement on the project a few hours ago.

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    I have plans to eventually do bodies, but I have to do one project at a time. I'm doing rails because I have bills to pay. I am working towards a complete marker, but it takes time. After I get some bills paid I will cut the prototype parts on the LPR-FG then hopefully a production run, then a few small projects, then the next BIG project will be bodies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodge3500 View Post
    Man you know what a sweet looking rail like that needs right?A matching BODY

    I have plans to eventually do bodies, but I have to do one project at a time. I'm doing rails because I have bills to pay. I am working towards a complete marker, but it takes time. After I get some bills paid I will cut the prototype parts on the LPR-FG then hopefully a production run, then a few small projects, then the next BIG project will be bodies.

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    im in for 1 for sure...and if they come pump capable, id be down for 2...

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    I have plans to eventually do bodies, but I have to do one project at a time. I'm doing rails because I have bills to pay. I am working towards a complete marker, but it takes time. After I get some bills paid I will cut the prototype parts on the LPR-FG then hopefully a production run, then a few small projects, then the next BIG project will be bodies.
    Love this rail but you just did one for me...I am, however in need of a body and now will wait patiently.

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    Sweet!

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    I'm definitely in for 1 what about the first rail you made would like one of those also please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lobo_fuerte View Post
    I'm definitely in for 1 what about the first rail you made would like one of those also please.
    Which first rail? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by lobo_fuerte View Post
    I'm definitely in for 1 what about the first rail you made would like one of those also please.
    0% chance

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    I have plans to eventually do bodies, but I have to do one project at a time. I'm doing rails because I have bills to pay. I am working towards a complete marker, but it takes time. After I get some bills paid I will cut the prototype parts on the LPR-FG then hopefully a production run, then a few small projects, then the next BIG project will be bodies.
    I may just have to camp this.

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    I'm in depending on price. Would like to know if its pump milled, but not a deal breaker if not. The prospect of a matching body would make me giggly.

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    as we inch closer to a "LUKE'S MAG"

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    I can't sign up for one at the moment, but I have to say that is a pretty design.

    You will need to smooth the edges to help the anodizing on the sides.

    Hmmm. Maybe there's room for a pneu line to the front? My EP mag is still using the plain AM rail I sent to Luke years ago for that treatment.

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    i'd down for one.

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    I'm just about done with the slug rails (AM and RTP), should be no problem to finish them by Monday.
    I hope to have Amarda-L file tonight so I can get started on it, prices will follow as soon as possible.
    This project will go quick if we can get the preorder and payments done asap.
    The support so far looks good, thanks guys.

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