|DIY Tech Specific Tech How-To's for Customizing your Gun|
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|06-17-2011, 06:01 PM||#11 (permalink)|
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one page you might check out for some info,
diytactical.com do to the forum link. There are tons of tactical gear makers on there.
I run Bonded Nylon Thread, 4oz cones (or similar) in my home machine(barely), but it is tricky. it is #69. anything larger takes serious modifications to a home machine. In my industrial machine i can run this same thread beautifully. Granted i'm using #92 right now, but i'm also using it to sew up multiple layers of 1000D cordura and webbing on pals vests.
#29 is way too light of a thread to use on anything that will see abuse, at least in my opinion.
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|06-17-2011, 07:30 PM||#12 (permalink)|
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