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Old 06-06-2012, 11:48 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I think it is called cosmos then:



I can't seem to find the one ano job where he did a star-trek theme.


as far as thunderstroke, fxanodizing said he can do it, but he need a month or so to get a better air brush setup.
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Old 06-06-2012, 11:53 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I've seen his star trek themed gun it was very beautiful. When you refer to thunderstroke are you referring to the lightning bolt Viking?
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Old 06-06-2012, 11:57 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Yes, but not that viking specifically.

I am referring more to the jobs that were done on a few of the micromag, the lighting/thunder stroke are more dramatic on those. The one on the viking look more like laser engraving when comparing to the other jobs.
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There is also dual angel detents now for the PE fang angel detents I got.

It must be the angle as I didn't have any more milling to the body.

As far as anodizing I'm not entirely sure. I'm a fan of the Jurrassic Goo scheme and I was thinking about that. I will make the three body lines on the gun masked off and anodized black though. Always up for suggestions on anodizing colors or patterns.
I was sitting in the shop this afternoon working on some custom parts for my Sterling, and I was thinking about how much I loved that first Jurassic Goo ano-job I seen at IAO in like 96 or 97 . I was thinking I need to get picks of that and maybe go that wrought, but now that your thinking it, I will go with the other Idea I have,

Keep posting pic's seems like your project is further a head them mine is at this time, I will post once I get this first project done.

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Old 06-19-2012, 11:00 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Well it should be in my hands soon and I did have a delrin bolt made for me as well. It's almost done just need a Sidewinder or SST reg and a OOPS ASA.
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looks nice. jealous...
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The only issues I'm having right now is:
1. give the back block a little more clearance on the curve at the bottom.
2. Take some threads off the detents so the bolt can slide past.
3. I'm also having a problem with the VASA. It won't let me thread my CCI bucket changer all the way in. Although I am able to thread my AKA 2 liter regulator all the way in. It seems the bucket changer leaves about a 1/8" gap. Not sure what the issue is here as I have seem to lost my calipers somewhere.

I'll be shipping it out to Jcurt455 to fix these issues on Monday and then everything will be done.
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It's lookin' pretty sweet, you have great taste in guns!
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Did you end up sending it to ano?
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