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Old 07-16-2012, 06:51 PM   #2501 (permalink)
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Just an estimate, but I think there is about 4 pages worth of 12g discussion and there is also shiny pictures of the gun using 12g's and video even. Being rude and re-stating the obvious for the eleventy'ith time are different things. Sorry if anyone was offended, but c'mon Shelly! ............. Shelly?
I admit I haven't read the first hundred pages, so if there was 12gram discussion among those pages, I do apologize. Next time I'll waste even more time scanning more pages when a simple question to those who have been reading the thread in its entirety could answer it in 30 seconds.

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Old 07-16-2012, 06:58 PM   #2502 (permalink)
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Anodizing SR1

Ok, just got the anodizing break down.

Black hard ano as machined (type3) no charge.

Black dust hard ano as machined (type 3) add $65

Clear as machined (dark od greenish .002 thick) add $100

You can buy it Raw no anodizing. We do recommend hard ano as the bolt handle will wear the bolt channel

as machined = no polishing. The gun will be deburred and surface finish will be scotch brighted.You will see machine marks.

Dust black will hide most small machine marks.

The surface finish was machined to resemble mil-spec guns and does not impede preformance.
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I want it to look mean as hell. Standard Dust Hard ano for me!
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Old 07-16-2012, 07:12 PM   #2504 (permalink)
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Maybe it was just the lighting but I couldn't tell much of a difference between the black and clear except the clear showed slightly less of the tool marks.

They all looked good though but based off of that I liked the dust the most.
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I want mine Black and Hard, just like I like my............
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Maybe it was just the lighting but I couldn't tell much of a difference between the black and clear except the clear showed slightly less of the tool marks.

They all looked good though but based off of that I liked the dust the most.
I had a hard time getting the color to show in the clear hard ano. There really is a noticeable difference between the clear and black. That and I had a really bad glare on the black hard ano.

I'll see if I can get some better pics.
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I bet out in the sun would be the best place to show the difference in the color. Sometimes it is hard to show color differences in 2 similar colors under florescent light.
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Id want as machined hard black anno.... I beat up dust anno to much.
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Ahh yeah, that's quite a bit better. Can definitely see the variation.
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