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  1. #301
    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    I do need to make more of the 9" ones so I'll do the 8" version too while I'm at it. I'll work them in this week sometime. Thanks
    Still interested! Going to PM's captain.....

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    Seriously...Ö but thanks to everyone for making my morning coffee time that much more enjoyable... Oh, ****, I better write down the spec change because somewhere down the road im going to get one of these things in for a repair and wonder WTF??


    *The amount of people who still lurk this place just looking to troll is hysterical. I thought there was a statute of limitations on butthurt? At least hypocracy lasts forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil View Post
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    Seriously...Ö but thanks to everyone for making my morning coffee time that much more enjoyable... Oh, ****, I better write down the spec change because somewhere down the road im going to get one of these things in for a repair and wonder WTF??


    *The amount of people who still lurk this place just looking to troll is hysterical. I thought there was a statute of limitations on butthurt? At least hypocracy lasts forever.


    ......You know you want one!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElGringo View Post
    Still interested! Going to PM's captain.....
    I'll do my best to get Slimline rails done (8 and 9 inch) before next week. I'm currently in the middle another job that is hogging the mill, as soon as I can break that project down I'll jump on rails.

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    It's interesting how the Streisand effect applies here. In the attempt to de-rail () the thread and the new re-engineered design, it has inadvertently lead to 11K views and I'll say sales are great. Thanks!

    Also, it's actually comical watching the Orwellian debating style and it's failures to manipulate an intended outcome, its pure nonsense and only holds weight with a small minority of people.

  6. #306
    Quote Originally Posted by Apathetic_Chaos View Post
    Personally I'd be good with a standard 8" rail, though personally I would love to see the front portion converted into a picatinny style section. But either way I'll be in for one

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    I have always wanted a rail with a picatinny rail to match my tac-one body. I think you could attach some cool grips.

    -kielpo

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    Quote Originally Posted by grub View Post
    I have always wanted a rail with a picatinny rail to match my tac-one body. I think you could attach some cool grips.
    Are you talking about the sides or the bottom foregrip area?

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    It's interesting how the Streisand effect applies here. In the attempt to de-rail () the thread and the new re-engineered design, it has inadvertently lead to 11K views and I'll say sales are great. Thanks!

    Also, it's actually comical watching the Orwellian debating style and it's failures to manipulate an intended outcome, its pure nonsense and only holds weight with a small minority of people.
    It is a firm belief that you, by your own admission, won't change things as you see fit, because you will not take any criticism, no matter how genuine or factual. If it is not your design, then it can't be any good. Me personally, i am not trying to change that fact. What i am trying to illustrate is that you make decisions that are bad. Not staying in spec, trying to over engineer things and making changes because you think that they are better when people tell you otherwise.

    I am not trying to derail any sales, but wanting you to make things better for all, so that you can actually get better designs and more sales. You deride me that i am not a customer, but what i tell you, what i try to get illustrate is that you can do things better for the entire market. Just by listening to what the ENTIRE public wants, not just what you wish to make, would only grow your "business" and gain more people to buy your products.

    If you would look at the resale values of a Dalara, Chord, Karta bodies; and see that though a limited number were made, that they hold their value more than 10 years after the fact. So if you wish to keep plugging in 3 deflators, or a few rails here or there. Be my guest. I won't become a customer of your current line up because you haven't made anything i want or need.

    So think what you will. I know i am trying to help, and if jumping on you about specs is making me be petty, well so be it. I am here to give you hard truths, not troll you just because. Stay in spec, do something above ylwhat you are doing, and remove your cranium from your posterior.

  9. #309
    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Are you talking about the sides or the bottom foregrip area?
    I had always envisioned on the bottom, never thought about the sides. The sides would be kinda interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grub View Post
    I had always envisioned on the bottom, never thought about the sides. The sides would be kinda interesting.

    It looks like the sides are to short but it may work as a foregrip mount. I'll have to play around with the design to see whats possible.

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    Slimline 8

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  12. #312
    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Slimline 8

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    Nice work, luke. Iíll be grabbing one for sure.


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    Slimline 8's are now in stock.


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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Slimline 8's are now in stock.

    Thanks for the heads up!

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