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Old 03-01-2013, 10:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I work tooo much....

February is over....

Worked 142.75 hrs for my day job
Worked 48.50 hrs for SSC (shop time, online time isnt tracked)
I took 2 days off from the shop

sooo that averages to 10.625/hrs a day.... not counting my lunch breaks
no wonder i feel like i live at the shop haha



I was VERY busy

Freaked 20 barrels (have 8 that need to be done)
Sold the last of my trifluted hammers (need to order more)
Sold all of my polished bolts, except for 1 (need to order more)

Finished a ton of stuff....

Matching Halfblocks for a pair of local guys (3 freaks and 2 halfblocks)
Did a restoration on a PGP (i'd say 90% done, just need to order internals and do fine tuning)
Made body spikes and installed them on 2 guns
3rd Halfblock
Ion/Freak/AC Barrel Adapter
Run #2 of J12 Reg Testers
Fusion F7 Build
Double Barrel Ion is working great


March is looking just as busy
2 PA Builds
3 Production runs of nelson valves (hammer7x2 trracer)
Special Barrel Tip for a friend
lots of freak boring
double barrel ion v2 (rf/lf in a stock)
possibly a pump angel

and thats just whats sitting next to my desk.... haha


Its March 1st, so its a new month, doin 8 hours for the day job, then probably 6ish for SSC tonight
Im trying to convince myself to come in tomorrow, i think it will depend on if i can find enough material to get some valves made....

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Old 03-02-2013, 01:26 PM   #2 (permalink)
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so yesterday... i worked 16 hours

8 for the day job
8 for ssc

went home, slept for a few hours and am back at the shop today!


i plan on doin a bunch of freak bores and settin up the cnc lathe for the nelson valves

got a giant coffee, got tunes playin, gonna be a good day

sending pm's tonight, didnt send many/any yesterday
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Old 03-02-2013, 01:52 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Good luck buddy, I have been doing 14-17 hr days for around 3 years now. I haven't had to do Saturdays for about 4 years and that is nice. Keep up the good work, we need you. BTW do you do ifit boring?
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Old 03-02-2013, 02:29 PM   #4 (permalink)
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i've done ifit before

but normally i put them in "backwards" so the lip sticks out....

never had a problem doing it that way... but i've only done like 5 ever haha
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update for today....


3 barrels freak bored.
1 spyder front block rethreaded
1 cocker assembled

5 boxes packed up and ready for the PO

4 Barrels left to bore
1 Barrel tip left to make
2 PA Kits halfway done

Nelson programming just about written

Need to get this sterling threading done too....
might do that next since the lathe is setup for threading....
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Just wrote/dialed in my STERLING BARREL THREAD program

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