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Old 04-18-2008, 10:29 PM   #21 (permalink)
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It really doesn't look any different.You just won't see the line of separation.We could always mill a hairline between the two parts so it looks the same.
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Old 04-19-2008, 12:32 AM   #22 (permalink)
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why would you do that? lol.. I like the flowing look.
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Old 04-19-2008, 12:38 AM   #23 (permalink)
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why would you do that? lol.. I like the flowing look.
just joking.
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I way have to delay my purchase of an S-6 then hmmmmm
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Old 04-19-2008, 02:02 PM   #25 (permalink)
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neat.
I called and talked to Mellisa about ordering my S6.
I gave her all the info on what I want, but she said that she didnt know when you guys could have it to me :[
I really would like to get one of these, but I dont want to wait till the end of the year.
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neat.
I called and talked to Mellisa about ordering my S6.
I gave her all the info on what I want, but she said that she didnt know when you guys could have it to me :[
I really would like to get one of these, but I dont want to wait till the end of the year.


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i liked the separate ASA it was purty when you get different colors
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hey, just out of curiosity... how do you mill out the barrel and valve tubes? is it like, a 67cal drill bit, and a reamer? or do you polish them also?

I've got a double barreled something er other I want to make out of a brick of alum... and was just curious.
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hey, just out of curiosity... how do you mill out the barrel and valve tubes? is it like, a 67cal drill bit, and a reamer? or do you polish them also?

I've got a double barreled something er other I want to make out of a brick of alum... and was just curious.
We drill the bore with a 17mm tapershank drill then ream it with a .689 reamer.This is the hole we diamond hone after the body is complete.
The lower tube is a few more tools,17mm drill,.689 reamer,37/64 drill,1/2"drill and a 1/4" drill.
Our S6 body takes about 40+ different drills,taps,reamers,endmills.All this is done on 3 cnc mills
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i liked the separate ASA it was purty when you get different colors

That is one thing that would go away if we continue with the one piece body/asa.
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