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    Introducing "The Deflator"

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    Only because I haven't seen a Tom Brady reference yet.

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    Since I don't watch Football (anymore) it doesn't count! (lol) MMA is the only sport I follow.

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    Definitely some neat looking renders. I'm wondering: how much extra material is there on the body around the barrel threads? It's personal taste, of course, but I'd like a bit of an angled or slope front, rather than just a squared off front.

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    OK, here's the new (slug) body, the other side is identical. This design IS complete except for the feed cup which I will be manufacturing too (including detent). If you study it closely you will find stuff that appears to be missing or obstacles that look impossible. I wont tell you how we're getting around this stuff, but like I said this is fully operational and is fully engineered as is shown here.

    My MV and LPRFG could be replaced, nothing has changed there.


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    Had I saw this thread a week earlier I would've been shoving money your way. I ended up putting a deposit on a XMT body so I will have to wait to try and buy one.
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    underbody detents? installed at an angle?
    magnets. lol
    oooh or the feedneck has detents in it
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    Quote Originally Posted by knownothingmags View Post
    underbody detents? installed at an angle?
    magnets. lol
    oooh or the feedneck has detents in it
    Its on the other side silly.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by going_home View Post
    Its on the other side silly.....
    Nothing hiding there...


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    Marker Specs (current)
    ULE Milled Uni-Body
    Cocker barrel threads
    MiniVert3 with extra machining and Pmeumag Ultra Blade Trigger
    T-Rex
    LPR-FG (Smig longer than the original, includes extra machining)
    Feedneck- Angel Threaded- Design to be determined.
    Lukes Customs hidden detent. (Included with body) Rebuild-able and adjustable by replacing spring.
    Hidden sear pin (Included with body)
    Standard forgrip slot.
    Includes T-Rex required milling.
    New MV grips. Thicker with new shape and T-Rex ram view port with glass, 3D ULE milled. Not sure if you guys want the view port, at the least it will be on my personal set.
    Last edited by luke; 01-08-2016 at 12:10 AM.

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    Interested to see what you got cooking for a detent.

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    Very cool Luke, however, where is the warp unibody? Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stedspitcher View Post
    Very cool Luke, however, where is the warp unibody? Lol
    Lets get a working prototype first, lots to test here.

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    I hear you, well, if you needed something to get that prototype a jump start I would be happy to send you this warp setup to see what you come up with. Just lmk.

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    Thanks but not necessary, adding a warp port is simple math.

    I don't have a problem making them we just need make sure these bodies work.

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    Gotcha, can't wait to see what you come up with...I mean what's a mag without a warp option! Lol

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    Any update on if you got a working prototype.

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    Were getting close, been working on it everyday.

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    I like the sound of that.

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    Going to save my pennies now....

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    Small update.
    Lots to do, starting with the easy stuff.

    3D ULE milled grips, different from the originals but still 1 ounce each.
    3D ULE milling the back is for maximum material removal, the back cavity is the same shape as the front.












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    Machined the LPR this morning.
    This design is similar to the one I already offer with some small changes.
    The top is a smidgen wider.
    The radius along the rear edge is smaller.
    Includes the detail milling to match the other parts.
    ULE milling. I was able to shave 1 ounce off the final design.








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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Machined the LPR this morning.
    This design is similar to the one I already offer with some small changes.
    The top is a smidgen wider.
    The radius along the rear edge is smaller.
    Includes the detail milling to match the other parts.
    ULE milling. I was able to shave 1 ounce off the final design.







    ohh did you ULE the top?

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    Four ule drilled holes on the internals (two on each part) and the top was ule milled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Four ule drilled on the internals (two on each part) and the top was ule milled.

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    You know, I was perfectly happy with an SFL and a Micromag. Then Luke had to go and produce a body that looks like a 1911, my favorite pistol of all time. So I guess I may have to figure out how to build a pneumag. At least it seems I have a little time so I can figure out why the Micro is leaking like a sieve before I dive into the deep end, again.
    That which does not kill us, cripples us for life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kutter View Post
    So I guess I may have to figure out how to build a pneumag.
    No need to learn anything this is a complete turn key pneumag as you see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    No need to learn anything this is a complete turn key pneumag as you see it.
    and I have the kits available for the internals of the frame

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    No need to learn anything this is a complete turn key pneumag as you see it.
    Quote Originally Posted by knownothingmags View Post
    and I have the kits available for the internals of the frame
    You two are aware that you are not helping anything, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by knownothingmags View Post
    and I have the kits available for the internals of the frame
    No need for a kit, it comes standard with a LPR and one of this. No tinkering or adjusting, it takes one screw to install and your done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    No need for a kit, it comes standard with a LPR and one of this. No tinkering or adjusting, it takes one screw to install and your done!

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    oh yeah, sorry totally forgot you are offering that.
    my bad did not mean to step on toes..

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