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Thread: Emag Switch Levers

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    Emag Switch Levers

    $15 Each

    Design #1


    Design #2


    Design #3


    Design #4
    Last edited by luke; 03-01-2014 at 12:26 PM.

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    Can you do a #2 without the two holes? Pretty much a billet replacement of a stock lever. Could use one for my xmag.

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    I'll have to check to see if I have any materials, I cut up everything on this run. I might have some scrap in my recycle bins that will suit the bill, how many did you want?

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    Got them in today. Very nice. Now I just have to find something to put them on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xmagterror View Post
    Can you do a #2 without the two holes? Pretty much a billet replacement of a stock lever. Could use one for my xmag.
    I do have materials, tooling is still set up in the mill, lmk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swiss Cheeze View Post
    Got them in today. Very nice. Now I just have to find something to put them on.
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xmagterror View Post
    Can you do a #2 without the two holes? Pretty much a billet replacement of a stock lever. Could use one for my xmag.
    I went ahead and made a few of those, picts will be up tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    I went ahead and made a few of those, picts will be up tomorrow.
    Awesome!! I only need one for my project gun. Thanks for doing it. seams really weird to be buying custom machined stuff off of AO! LOL You do some very nice work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xmagterror View Post
    Thanks for doing it.
    No problem, the machine was still set up.

    seams really weird to be buying custom machined stuff off of AO!
    No doubt, I think I've only done it once since 2001, that was a PTP body.


    You do some very nice work
    Thanks, but I've still got SO MUCH to learn, hope I get a passing grade.

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    Some pics of mine on my EuroXmag




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    Not sure how I missed this, thanks for the pictures.

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    I hope you liked what you saw !

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    Looks good.

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