Q & A Thread ....
Post your question here I guess and I'll do my best to answer then.
Whether it's about a project you need help with or parts you need or work you might need help with.
Maybe you just want to know something about something I did or made.
Ask away ......
I do have a few rules I go by just to let you know.
#1 ) I WILL NOT COPY ANYONE'S WORK OR DESIGN.
#2 ) If I do work for you and it's your design, I will not make it for anyone else with out your permission.
#3 ) Payment on work will be made when work is done.
#4 ) I don't like to post prices on a open forum. PM me on price quotes.
#5 ) I do take trade on work or cash & trade depending what I need at the time.
#6 ) I do not give out time lines. Reason is I have a full time job & a family to take care of first. This is a hobby.
#7 ) All machine work is done at customer risk.
I do custom milling.
I do prototype work.
I do powder coating.
I do restoration.
And I make things .......
Thank you for your time.
Love the look of the peacemaker. Was wondering if it was possible to use a left and right feed body instead of having the ball go through the top chamber to the lower tube.
I am interested in *how* you rounded the top tubes on the Ma-Duece-A's on a manual mill.
Point to point with a radius cutter in 3 dimensions. Easy.
Figured as much, but I was hoping he was doing something even cooler ;)
Still pretty damn tricky. I don't know very many machinists who can dream that one up on their own.
Nope ..... Very easy really ....
I just use a corner rounding bit.
I just use one with a .500 R on a 3/4 shank.
Peacemaker Qs: How were the bodies and air adapters held together? Why stagger the top portion from the bottom?
Ditto Deuce Q: Is it a 2 stage sliding trigger? First half pull firing one side, last half firing the other side?
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