Interesting, shortened RT Pro rail.
"When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty." Thomas Jefferson
It started life as an e-mag rail
Beautiful! Nice work.
Offer that baby in a warp-left configuration and I'd be all over it!!!
Nicely done! I like it a lot.
That is damn sexy
Thanks! I am very happy with how it turned out and am having fun working on my photography skills.
I am deft. In love with this mag! Great job with the look!
Beautiful build!!! That turned out amazing. That black polished anodizing is spectacular. I went ahead and added it to the build threads over in the AO Archive.
Its all about the unique rail.
I have to give credit to Splat15k for the rail idea, his minimag provided a lot of the inspiration.
I ordered a set of custom wrap around sanded carbon grips to match but they didn't quite fit, its a shame they looked silly. I'll post some photos of them at some point.
At one time I was considering having the valve re-lazered, that is why I messed around with the logo. Still have not found anyone that would do it.
What are your guys thoughts? Worth trying to get that valve redone with "Minimag Carbon X" or let it be?
Nice, don't normally go for the carbon fiber look but well done.
If you are adding in the lasering, then its up to you. If you are talking about reanno'ing the valve and putting that name on then, i wouldn't. You have a Emax valve, somewhat uncommon. I forget the difference but if it was a regular X valve, no problems.
Maybe Luke can do a test run of the rails, it is unique.
This was the first rail modded like that, right?
Yup, that thing is sweet!
Too bad about the snow.....
The original pictures of this beautiful mag are what got me to buy my first one! Amazing build!
Thanks! Enjoy yours and if it multiplies don't be suprised
Wow....that's the best minimag I've ever seen...congrats!!
What type, size, thickness, etc of tubing do I need to make hard lines like that?
I picked the the tube and a bender from mcmaster carr and referenced information in the link below. Used CCM fittings for the upper section. In order to work with that sight rail you need the older style ccm fittings that have a longer stem, not sure if they are still available. Pay attention to pressure ratings on all components you plan to use.
I'll never grow up...
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