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  1. #91
    My original understanding was that a new drop was being developed specifically for the gas-thru frame that would still use its gas-thru capacity, but I'm not 100% on that.

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    I hadn't heard about it.

    I'm guessing if so it'd be a limited quantity, seems like there wouldn't be much demand for them.

    No one uses them any more, SL tanks changed the tank game, much shorter.
    "When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty." Thomas Jefferson

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    For me, its not the length of the tank that is the problem. Its the girth its always the girth... :|
    HARDY HAR HAR!

    And we're just gonna put a happy little bush in the corner right there, and it'll be our little secret. AND IF YOU TELL ANYONE! THAT, THAT BUSH IS THERE! I WILL COME TO YOUR HOUSE! AND I WILL CUT YOU!

  4. #94
    The gas thru drop is on the nummech site now. Looks good.

  5. #95
    I think it looks great!
    Here's the link.

    I'm buying one now and waiting for the single-trigger frame to drop.

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    Just bought it, thanks Lynxkcg and Bow!

  7. #97
    So uhh... disassembly, how's that working out. Say if I just need to remove the valve real quick. It looks like I would have to completely remove the frame from the rail and then fight with the little stub of macroline trying to get it to release before I could get to the valve. Or am I mistaken. Also how is the asa. Right now I have a cp on/off and it's the smoothest on/off I have personally experienced, anything like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabehcoud View Post
    So uhh... disassembly, how's that working out. Say if I just need to remove the valve real quick. It looks like I would have to completely remove the frame from the rail and then fight with the little stub of macroline trying to get it to release before I could get to the valve. Or am I mistaken. Also how is the asa. Right now I have a cp on/off and it's the smoothest on/off I have personally experienced, anything like that?
    2 CCM fittings, 1 long 1 short post. remove the 2 screws on the fitting pull the fittings off and remove the valve like normal. The on/off is more difficult to turn than a cp. It would have made making the on/off way more difficult and much more expensive to machine it like a newer style on/off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by captian pinky View Post
    2 CCM fittings, 1 long 1 short post. remove the 2 screws on the fitting pull the fittings off and remove the valve like normal. The on/off is more difficult to turn than a cp. It would have made making the on/off way more difficult and much more expensive to machine it like a newer style on/off.
    Thanks for that.

    I never thought about doing it that way.

    I'm building one using this frame, I'm using Azodin fittings but they assemble the same basic way.


  10. #100
    Yes thanks for that info captain. Also how much more difficult are we talking. Like is it annoyingly so or just not enough to care

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    not enough to care in my opinion.

  12. #102
    Well then this sounds like it will be a great Christmas present then. I shall sit on Santa's lap and tell him about this one

  13. #103
    I just got mine in the mail. It is beautiful. One thing to note is the frame does not work with a twist lock body since the frame doesnt have a hole for the twist lock retaining pin. I also found out that my VL front grip will not work because it hits even the flush style trigger guard.

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    Used mine for 10 man Atlanta event.


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    beautiful marker, pinky, i like what you got going there!

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    Pics of the other side possible? Gotta love a good Karta!....oh, you’re hit by the way

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    Quote Originally Posted by SummaryJudgement View Post
    Pics of the other side possible? Gotta love a good Karta!....oh, you’re hit by the way
    Don't have one on me. ya that's what happens when your the last guy left in the corner. Thankfully i took him with me too. We were about 5 feet apart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by captian pinky View Post
    Don't have one on me. ya that's what happens when your the last guy left in the corner. Thankfully i took him with me too. We were about 5 feet apart.
    .......

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    Forgot I took pics before I left in case something went missing.


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  20. #110
    What sear is needed for this frame? My automag sear doesnít fit. Do I need to grind it down? And anyone found a way to keep the twist lock barrel and body since it doesnít have a hole for the twist lock pin?

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    The sear is based on your rail not the frame. It may need to be adjusted depending on the trigger you use.


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    Quote Originally Posted by maxpower View Post
    What sear is needed for this frame? My automag sear doesnít fit. Do I need to grind it down? And anyone found a way to keep the twist lock barrel and body since it doesnít have a hole for the twist lock pin?
    If you have one of the old Automag sears it may not be clearing the internals of the frame. >>

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  23. #113
    Thank you Luke. I didnít know there were different style am/mm Sears. I see the newer style now.

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    I really need to pick one up.

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    Pinky that looks fantastic! Still pretty easy to remove the valve? Thinking of doing a build

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    ya its pretty easy to take a part if you go with the ccm style fittings.

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