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  1. #361
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    AWO clear your in box! Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    AWO clear your in box! Thanks
    Done.


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    I need to fill two more spots on the Tac Rails to get these done gentlemen..

  4. #364
    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    I need to fill two more spots on the Tac Rails to get these done gentlemen..
    done

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    Right on, gonna knock these out asap. Thanks

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    Thanks to everyone that got onboard with these and thanks to luke for crankin’ them out. I’m predicting a lot of people will regret not getting one when they see’em.


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    Funny you mention that, I just messaged Luke if I can still get on board. I was broke until today.

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    It's not to late but you guys need to get your orders in if you want one, I'm gonna knock these out asap.

  9. #369
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    I just placed my order for a tacone rail and grip adapter........its cause of badass stuff like this is why I don't send my stuff out to get anodized. Can't wait to see the finished product...

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    Is that it gentlemen? I'm headed out to the shop in a few hours to get started so speak up if I need to make more than 6 Tac rails.

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    Just finished up the Tac rails, I'll run them through the tumbler tomorrow and get them shipped Monday.
    Thank you gentlemen.

  12. #372
    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Just finished up the Tac rails, I'll run them through the tumbler tomorrow and get them shipped Monday.
    Thank you gentlemen.
    Nice work! Enjoy the rest of your weekend man


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    Quote Originally Posted by awo702 View Post
    Enjoy the rest of your weekend man


    I rarely get a day off!

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    Hybrid Tac One 9

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    Wow, great job as always Luke. I think it looks really good. Once anodized, it'll look even better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gundam V View Post
    Wow, great job as always Luke. I think it looks really good. Once anodized, it'll look even better.
    Thank you sir.

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    For Walking Stick, I believe this is what you wanted.
    8" Tac Hybrid, pump milled, with AM bottom chamfer and AM FG slot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    For Walking Stick, I believe this is what you wanted.
    Indeed it is! It will complement my Cerberus Tactical pump and 45elite frame perfectly. Thanks Luke!

  19. #379
    Quote Originally Posted by Walking Stick View Post
    Indeed it is! It will complement my Cerberus Tactical pump and 45elite frame perfectly. Thanks Luke!
    I've always wanted one of those tactical pump kits. If only somebody would make them again.....

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    Walking Stick>>

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    I just got my tac rail today and like with the previous rails, pics don't do it justice. Nice work as always Luke and thanks for the quick turn around.

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    Thank you sir.

  23. #383
    Got my 2!
    Going tomorrow to get an m-lok tinny rail and see how it works.
    I'll post pics.

    Edit:
    Couldn't wait till tomorrow...


    I have MOE and M-Lok rails. Benefit to MOE is that they're flat on the bottom and so require no modding to use the rail.
    Downsides to MOE are that they're being phased out and will soon be hard to find and the nuts for MOE are too wide to fit inside the UL'd area without modification.

    Benefit to M-Lok is that they will be around for a long time (keymod is also phasing out) and the nuts are thicker than the MOE nuts.
    The downside to M-Lok is that you either have to mod the rail section or widen the slot in Luke's rail to use it.

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    M-Lok rail section moded and installed
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    Will require a bit more modding on this 5-slot rail to fit with the gripframe
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    Nice! Keep us posted as you finish these up.


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    Went back to the gun shop and found a flat-nose rail section made by TWP.

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    That's so cool. Man I am glad I got busy with life or I would just be a little poorer then I am now. I had to pull it out of the dust.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bowcycle View Post
    Went back to the gun shop and found a flat-nose rail section made by TWP.

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    Thanks for the idea bowcycle, I'm gonna go out and pick one up myself next paycheck.

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  28. #388
    Quote Originally Posted by Gundam V View Post
    Thanks for the idea bowcycle, I'm gonna go out and pick one up myself next paycheck.
    This one is the keymod version in aluminum.
    The slot in Luke's rail took a tiny amount of filing to get where the nuts could fit in the slot, but it really was only a tiny amount and it feels very secure.

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    Thanks for the heads up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowcycle View Post
    This one is the keymod version in aluminum.
    The slot in Luke's rail took a tiny amount of filing to get where the nuts could fit in the slot, but it really was only a tiny amount and it feels very secure.
    What slot width do you recommend, I can make that adjustment for future rails?

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