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Old 09-07-2008, 03:26 AM   #11 (permalink)
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the grip hole placement is fine, but i would agree having an integrated rail on the bottom of the frame would open up a lot of asa options without having to add a separate rail. btw, i believe it is a 3/8" dovetail the same that is used on most rifle siterails, and as long as one of the screw holes is accessible through the inside of the frame, using a setscrew to tighten it will be simple
Yeah, just have 4 holes in the bottom threaded for 10-32. Then put headless set screws in from the top of the frame. This way you can use dovetail(the 10-32 set screws tighten down on it), or a regular ASA(take set screws out, put in dovetail or w/e screws).
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Old 09-07-2008, 11:48 AM   #12 (permalink)
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We will look at change on the next run of grips.
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Old 09-07-2008, 03:42 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Do they now come with the undertravel screw, AT screw, etc. already loctited? Or do you still need to do that yourself?
The last Series I teched - both were Loc Tited.

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The last Series I teched - both were Loc Tited.

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Is there a way to tell which ones started to come with loctite, by the serial number or anything?
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Old 09-08-2008, 12:41 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Is there a way to tell which ones started to come with loctite, by the serial number or anything?
All of them should have had loctite. Have we missed a couple? There is always that possibility.We always do a double check but the assembly is done by humans.I can't afford machines for assembly.
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I've bought two new s6 so far, both were not loctited, oh well.
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All of them should have had loctite. Have we missed a couple? There is always that possibility.We always do a double check but the assembly is done by humans.I can't afford machines for assembly.
I was reading TF's manuals and necessary tweaks on the Pumpenstein site about needing to loctite the AT and undertravel screws so they don't back out while playing. I just wanted to make sure before I cracked mine open for nothing. My S6 is new, but I'm not sure how long the dealer had it before I purchased. Thanks for the reply!
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All of them should have had loctite. Have we missed a couple? There is always that possibility.We always do a double check but the assembly is done by humans.I can't afford machines for assembly.
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There were quite a few. The first, perhaps, five that I teched had no loc tite on the grip frame and the AT screw. The rest have - I included it in the manual in case.

Listen, I don't want to hear the cost of machines - do you know how much food, water, and shelter you have to give a monkey to teach Philosophy?

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Old 09-08-2008, 02:05 PM   #19 (permalink)
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Hmmm,maybe I put those together.I can blame it on old age CRS.We will make every effort to rectify the issue.

Machining is a good trade.Almost (if not) everything man made starts in a machine shop.

Let me know when you get going.Maybe I can buy bodies and grip frames from you.
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I wish you brought back the stock class feeds. Just the blocks at least?
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