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Thread: interest in another run of carbon fiber 2 piece XULE Bodies?

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    interest in another run of carbon fiber 2 piece XULE Bodies?

    I need a few of these for myself, thinking about making another back. Im only going to make the 2 piece.
    Is anyone interested?


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    Damn id be up for a one piece 😀

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    What was the price point again? All styles again?

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    Thought about making a classic RT version ?
    "When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty." Thomas Jefferson

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    Quote Originally Posted by going_home View Post
    Thought about making a classic RT version ?
    Im doing one for cougar20th. no plans on making any more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by audioSLAVE View Post
    What was the price point again? All styles again?
    aprox $250. They are very expensive to produce.

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    Some silly questions here...

    I assume they take cocker barrels?

    When would they be ready?

    I may be interested... but I would need some time to acquire funding for a $250 body.

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    What body style would these be? ULE, RT (the length & front, not what it goes onto), Minimag?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xmagterror View Post
    Im doing one for cougar20th. no plans on making any more.
    I think its very fitting that it is the first RT body (prototype) and then reworked to be the last.
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    I keep forgetting to not feed my mags after midnight so they seem to multiply regularly.

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    To be honest when it was a hard decision to choose the evo over this when you were making both. I don't regret getting the evo, which is near completion, but I'd be interested in picking one of these up as well depending on when they are available.

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    I'd be interested if the sear slot were made wide enough to make it pump-compatible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cougar20th View Post
    I think its very fitting that it is the first RT body (prototype) and then reworked to be the last.
    I was wondering why you sold that thing..

    XMT , if your feeling frisky enough to make another for Classic RT..pm me

    I would be leary of doing anything without pre orders and or some form of pre payment, I still have a few left and anytime someone says they want one they dont have the $ or dont like the going rate.

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    I would be interested. Are the breaches only coming raw?

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    I'm just curious as to when you are going to make the Evo forgrip? Then I may be interested in one of these

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    I would like to have one of these but I would like to have one sent to me in pieces so I could anodize the breach... is the assembly or disassembly difficult or even possible for the end user?

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    I up for one, and was there an answer to Chris TS question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris TS-1438 View Post
    I would like to have one of these but I would like to have one sent to me in pieces so I could anodize the breach... is the assembly or disassembly difficult or even possible for the end user?
    The front and back slide right off. Unless you glue it on they are kind of always separate.

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    I'm down for one.

    but, it REALLY need a classic RT body... aluminum or CF... I want to finish this ancient project of mine.

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    If you open up to any Classic RT bodies, let me know, I'm on the hunt

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    id be interested, and interested in the minimag ones

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    I plan to make a batch of classic RT bodies later this year. I haven't been on here much for the last 3 months. Working on something thats going to be BIG!!!

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    Can't wait to see what you are working on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xmagterror View Post
    I plan to make a batch of classic RT bodies later this year. I haven't been on here much for the last 3 months. Working on something thats going to be BIG!!!
    Nice! I need one.

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    Bigger than Luke's LCE90 Frame

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    Im interested in a classic rt body for sure ......take my $$

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    I took my automag RT out at Tunaball this year and realized how bad elbows suck.... Please do another batch of classic rt bodies...

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    Bump

    Any gossip on this matter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny View Post
    I took my automag RT out at Tunaball this year and realized how bad elbows suck.... Please do another batch of classic rt bodies...
    sounds like you were using the wrong elbow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vintage View Post
    sounds like you were using the wrong elbow.
    I hate elbows, only use vert feeds.

    Even tried the Python style aluminum one but it feels like its putting the hopper a foot above the marker.

    http://www.doropaintball.com/ab10381...d.asp?id=14204

    And then theres the Allen Paintball atomic elbow, but they will slip after a while.

    http://www.allenpaintball.com/retailframeset.html

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