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    HI EVERYBODY!
    AFTER LONG BREAK I GOT SOME PICTURES WITH MY MAG.
    IT WAS DIFFICULT TO DO ALL THIS WORK BECAUSE I GOT NO ACCESS TO CNC ,THIS WAS DONE ON OLD BRIDGEPORT ALL BY HAND.
    OTHER THINK IS I GOT LITTLE KNOWLEDGE ABOUT MILLING.FUNNY BUT REAL.I WILL CHANGE SOME THINGS AND GOT ALREADY IDEA . THE SLUG AND OTHER SMALL PARTS WILL BE PLATED AND THE REST JUST LIKE WAS BEFORE.SO LOOK AND LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU THINK.
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    Not exactly my kind of thing but still very cool. And you did it by hand!?! That's awesome, good job.

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    omfg that is nice
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    That thing is SWEET, keep up the good work man... and I like the color for some reason... make sure you throw an x-valve on that baby!

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    Looks awesome. That's what I call a custom mag. How heavy is it though? Looks like it might weigh a ton.
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    Very nice. I like round foregrips, but that's just me!

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    nice! b8ut its still missing something
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    nice but i think the foregrip is a little big

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    That is very good looking, nice work!
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    damn thats hot
    lets see a complete mag pic

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    That is fing awsome best I have seen in a while I like that more then 3 ules

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    Thats insane
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    Dude, you freakin ROCK!

    One thing, tho. The angle of the foregrip doesn't look right next to the trigger guard. I dont know if that makes sense or not... If you had your foregrip at an angle closer to 90*(and go a little smaller on the grip itself), It'll be sweet.

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    update

    hi ,thanks for all this reply`s!
    couple of things i will change is no question of that .
    comes to the front grip well the angle is perfect for my style i will make picture .comes to valve is x no other and i have very sweet barrel it`s a " titanium longbow " if somebody are serious about accuracy this is the one!
    comes to weight its little over 4 lb all together!!!
    my son is 6 years old and he said "this thing is very light.
    all aluminum that`s why.
    ok this is it for now i change some thinks tomorrow so will post more pictures.
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    ahhh the power of X valves!!!

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    Hmm... (very nice btw)


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    yes i know but we are talking cnc not old bridgeport dude.

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    Dude that is friggen incredible. I'm lovin' it. Space mag to carry us into the 21st century! .

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    and this thing weight`s 8 tons.old classic valve same powered stainless body covered with alu.

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    well done!
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    i am curious whats on your intelliframe are those gonna be your grips or is that like to make the grip wrap better? and what kinda trigger is going in there blade or groove?

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    Wow

    Nice design..To think that u did that by hand.. makes we wonder where im wasting my life! lol ... Also looks like a Star Trek weapon... Set your phaser to Kill! haha

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    lot's of work believe me but i guess on the end is all worth and give me some satisfaction . i always challenge my self.
    comes to trigger is blade and frame will be se thru thing .i got nice plexi glass cut to size

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    ... That is one of the most AMAZING thing I have ever seen on AO. I speechless, it's just that good. The design works so well all througout the design. I even liked how you carried it on to the gripframe.

    I say this almost on par with maghog's custom stuff. It's a way different style but this is more playable.

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    Sweet mother of endmills! That's a nice looking mag and a lot of nice work.

    I like the bead-blasted look that the rail/forgrip etc have. Its also nice to see the incorporation of the traditional mag styling cues in the rt/emag-esque angled fore-grip-mount and sight-rail.

    Definitely some nice looking work... even if you say you don't know much about milling

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