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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    I have actually thought about doing a rail with an exposed pump rod, however that design would be hard to mimic because the pump ramp takes up more room in the middle than what is available with that basic shape.
    that's what I was thinking too,
    its not like a cocker.
    be neat though.

    until you hook it on something lol. prolly wouldn't happen but still would be funny to hear about.

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    Slimline rails added to first post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Slimline rails added to first post.
    Wow, I actually like those a lot better than the armada design. The lines seem more streamline and fluid. Good looking rail!

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    Thanks.

    I like them both for different reasons.

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    Added a new rail today to Post #1.
    It's the AM Beta-LC, a tweaked Beta rail design machined from my slug rails, limited quantity.
    More details in that post.

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    I really like this one.
    But my banker won't like it !

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    Pm sent

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    Ray, I didn't get your PM

  9. #39
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    which one of these rails would go best with an etek star frame, lengthwise?

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    No clue, sorry.

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    pm'ed about rail purchase

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    got my rail in today looks awesome !! another awesome job by luke

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    Do any of these work for a emag? Specifically RTP Slimline?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob-0 View Post
    Do any of these work on the Emag, specifically RTP Slimline?
    Yes

  15. #45
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    have any RTP length pump milled rails?

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    No, the only RTP pump milled are AM length, sorry.

  17. #47
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    what pump milled rails do you currently have in stock? the E and G?

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    Yes, E and G are the only two left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by livebrando View Post
    which one of these rails would go best with an etek star frame, lengthwise?
    According to Hill's tutorial, the stock dimensions don't change on the rail, a hole needs to be relocated in the back of the frame to line up with the valve screw...so, any rail should work, you just have to modify the star frame, I don't think there is anyway around modding the frame because of how the frame holes are designed to accommodate the front frame screw and the valve screw on a "normal" automag with dedicated mag parts, at least that is what I found when thinking of doing a ego-mag build.

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    posting so i can find the thread. dealer section cuts off old posts for some reason.

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    Does the Armada L have air channels for pneumatic hoses?

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    No but there is room for them.

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