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Thread: RNC and Slot Milled Feed tubes (Stainless Steel)

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    RNC and Slot Milled Feed tubes (Stainless Steel)

    I want out of the feedtube mod business so I have decided to sell the remaining feed tubes I have for the RNC feed mods. They are machined and welded, just need some final clean up.

    Slot milled feed tubes, $35, you install!
    Add $5 for spring, plunger, and bolt.
    (3 available)




    Regular rock-n-cock feed tubes, $20 each, you install!
    (5 available)


    I will also be discontinuing my vert and warp feed mods on stainless steel bodies. I have about 8 more feeds left, when they are gone the service will no longer be offered.
    Last edited by luke; 06-25-2014 at 10:17 AM.

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    if I buy one and pay you to install will you still do it?

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    These are discounted with the intent of just getting rid of them, if you want me to do the mod you gotta pay full price, it's $75 for the RNC and $105 for the springs feed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    I will also be discontinuing my vert and warp feed mods on stainless steel bodies. I have about 8 more feeds left, when they are gone the service will no longer be offered.

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    I've done hundreds of these mods, bodies should be around for a long time.

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    It's been a good run. I remember asking you to make me a vert body and warp body back in 2005. I don't know if I was your first customer for those mods but I sure did loved them. Here is are some old pictures of my "Luke" Mags from 2005:








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    I did the first warp mod on my AM awhile before I started offering them here. You could have talked me into the first vert mod because I developed it as a warpfeed mod and never considered it as a vert option until someone ask. (Turned out the tubes were universal.) Funny thing is I have done more vertfeeds than warp mods probably 10-1.

    What year did AGD release the Warp feed? I purchased one from the first batch (I believe) then developed the warpfeed mod and my warp-rear bracket right after that. The realease of the WF would give a timeline on that stuff.


    You certainly do have some old parts there, those first generation HF grips with the rubber insert were made at your request. I remember that modded asa, that was a big hassle, lol. Those odd looking rounded 45 grips with the inserts were what I considered a design gone bad and had tossed them in the scrap bin. A buddy of mine came in the shop and saw them and was like, "dude these look like something you would see on star trek, their bad ass why did you toss them???" So I changed my mind and pulled them out of the garbage and finished them, put them up for sale and they went quick. My buddy never got a pair, he still gives me crap about that, lol.

    I actually still remember all those parts, even the modded ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    I've done hundreds of these mods, bodies should be around for a long time.
    Yeah, the stainless will certainly last. I'm still trying to figure out what I can do with one last verted body. I have a pump mag, automag, RT, and minimag, and the things are hard enough to keep fed already. I figured the CNC and carbon fiber world would knock the stainless out eventually.

    The trouble is that there is no other alternative for the right offset of your vert feed (without an elbow). I consider that offset to be a nice feature.

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    I would like a vert mod please. Please PM invoice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spider-TW View Post
    The trouble is that there is no other alternative for the right offset of your vert feed (without an elbow). I consider that offset to be a nice feature.
    Interesting. The last one I had vert modded had really no offset, unless you're just referring to where the hole in the body is placed. I saw a couple of photos on Luke's website. Luke, was there a change in these over the years to reduce/eliminate the offset of the feed tube itself (not counting the placement of the hole in the body) or am I just seeing things in camera angles on the website?

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    I never changed the design from the very first prototype all have a little "offset" to them.

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    Thanks, Luke. The angle of the photo of the standard body vert modded just made me think that at some point there was a little -more- offset to the offset.

    Somewhat related but maybe stupid question: can you pump mill a stainless body or is that ULE only?

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    Yes, SS bodies can be machined for pump.

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