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    Cool Hand Luke grip frame.

    Raw CHL frames are in stock and shipping.
    Order here

    Both frames can be setup with or without a T-Rex and LPR
    Comes with aluminum panels and screws
    Trigger, trigger pin and screws
    Safety assembly

    This is not a copy of the UMF but a tribute frame. It's made to Intelli frame factory spec where it matters.

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    Last edited by luke; 01-16-2021 at 04:21 PM.

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    Just curious, will the length on the frames be the same as original?

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    No, this not a copy of the UMF its a tribute frame, pretty much everything has changed...

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    Perfect I was hoping that changed, I love the umf but the need to use it rt length rails cause the length of the original triggerframe always bothered me

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    Sorry, but it's still a very large trigger guard and you do need the RT length rail, only changed about .10" in that regard. It is taller to fit pneumatics too.

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    Nice! I went ahead and placed a preorder for the Single Mech Frame. Thx!

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    Thank you sir, much appreciated!

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    Interesting, single trigger frames have maintained the lead in sales, I only added the design as an after thought long after I had the doubles set to go..

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    Definitely a short supply of nice single trigger frames. That, and since we can sleeper this one, we can have it compete with the emeks easily. I'm excited to see the resurgence of single trigger mechs! It's a much better game pace, and fun for experienced and novices alike.

    Edit: Going ahead, a single trigger pneu frame makes the classic valve very relevant again. Can't out shoot it, no short stroking. With the price of X valves increasing, I've been getting classics and rebuilding them, giving them a pneumatic trigger. I'm not a fan of trigger walking, so I won't out shoot the valve, but making it pneumatic makes it so much more comfortable on my hands which, like all of us, are aging. I can only shoot real guns, turn wrenches and play paintball so much before the hands ache!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zone Drifter View Post
    Going ahead, a single trigger pneu frame makes the classic valve very relevant again. Can't out shoot it, no short stroking.
    Yea I dig the Classic valved pneumags too, it's the trigger we all wanted before the X valve came along. I've build a few that were so fast it didn't make sense..

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    On to the first program for the singles...

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    Update for pre-order customers, moving forward day by day, no days off until I wrap these up..



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    I sent you a message about anodizing
    The user formally known as Lancecst.

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    Thanks

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    Are these going to be a stocked item? Holiday spending has my extra funds tied up at the moment and I'm planning on getting a single trigger or two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alpha_q_up23 View Post
    Are these going to be a stocked item? Holiday spending has my extra funds tied up at the moment and I'm planning on getting a single trigger or two.
    Yes.

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    ooh got mine in the mail! Nice!

    Ill post pics when I have a build together

    Thanks Luke!

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    Thanks. Can't wait to see your build.

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    Raw frames are ready to ship, anodized frames in the works, parts at the anodizer now.

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    Those turned out nice.

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