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Thread: Deadlywind Chord body -pics- (!big!)

  1. #31
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    Very nice work Colin. How many hours does it take to mill something like that, and I was just wondering how your tournament situation was working out. Take care bud.

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    Any idea yet how the bodies that extend over the valve are going to look yet? Just curious to see if you gotten any ideas of how you are going to have them looking,

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    Guys-
    I got to see this thing up close at the AOTX In Dallas...
    Holy crap!
    These pictures don't do it ANY justice!
    This thing is unbeleivable!

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    yea cryer, thats sooooo true..... inperson that is like... wow.....! speechless!

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    I know the sluggos are still out of stock, but I was just wondering if there's any progress on a matching rail?
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    hey all.. the Chord body made it in the video for the last TX AO meet.. chekout the thread and the clip at: http://www.automags.org/forums/showt...threadid=73234

    yes there is rail milling in the works, as well as work on the material overhanging the valve.

    be looking for updates in the near future.

    oh yes here is a picture of me with the Chord.. and some crazy guy too.. claimed he owned a company or something.


    out!
    Last edited by nicad; 03-20-2003 at 09:16 PM.
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    Who was that good looking stranger???

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    Gook looking. Nicad I e-mailed you.

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    man i new i shouldve gone to the AO meet... *curses himself*
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    What type of milling machine did you use?
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    It's impressive in the picture, But you should see it in person! WOW...the lines are really clean and nice sharp edges on the raised parts.
    Nice Job.
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    sorry to dig up an oldie



    sorry to dig up an oldie nicad,but is that a race frame?

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    wow yeah pretty old!

    that was a triggerframe I made from scratch.. its an electro-pneumatic, optical trigger, and has a good ol mech backup. It has the rail integrated into the grip (as opposed having the rail integrad into the body, ala Micro mags and Xmags).. Its 3/4" shorter than other mag grips (CL of barrel to bottm of grip frame) and I moved the grip forward in relation to the rest of the gun.

    The funny part is, YES I modeled the outline of the majority of it after a Race grip.. and used a Racegrip triggergard.

    I still have it around here somewhere... I'm boycotting electros tho.

    out!

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    i love it
    a lot
    the emag is pshycodelic

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