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Old 12-13-2013, 10:04 PM   #321 (permalink)
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Old 12-14-2013, 12:01 AM   #322 (permalink)
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Other custom bodies in the works

axefreak's half block


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another custom a little more tame old school vibe
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Old 12-21-2013, 07:25 PM   #324 (permalink)
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Is the freak boring service still going on?

Also, any talk about custom midget/halfblock/mini bodies? Maybe something with a Merlin/BM size lower tube?
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Old 01-04-2014, 02:47 PM   #326 (permalink)
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Is the freak boring service still going on?

Also, any talk about custom midget/halfblock/mini bodies? Maybe something with a Merlin/BM size lower tube?
I seam to be thinking about tackeling more and more body work. Lets just say that its not cheap for me to do.

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are you doing half blocks now?
Kinda Justins body was already roughly half blocked. So to design the aesthetics I had to model the gun as a half block for a starting point. Since I was in the groove anyhow I did make it a functional model though so if I wanted to I could.
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Old 01-05-2014, 10:29 AM   #327 (permalink)
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I have a autococker armson barrel that is in dire need of a freak bore. I am just concerned about the anodized finish. (I'll get a picture up soon)
So up for the challenge? And still doing them?
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I have a autococker armson barrel that is in dire need of a freak bore. I am just concerned about the anodized finish. (I'll get a picture up soon)
So up for the challenge? And still doing them?
Ya still doing them, and always ready to try something different. In fact I just made some new parts for my lathe to reduce the chance of scratching the finish on the shank of the barrel.
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Ya still doing them, and always ready to try something different. In fact I just made some new parts for my lathe to reduce the chance of scratching the finish on the shank of the barrel.
the barrel in question


and the marker it goes on... (ont want to fill the thread with pics so a link is provided if you wanna peak) But it does give you an idea of the importance of not getting the barrel damaged.
http://i900.photobucket.com/albums/a...ps6e9b668d.jpg
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Looks like no problem. Really the only place I have ever gotten scratches on a barrel is the shank (before the threads) where I have to use a steady rest to hold it in place. With my recent upgrade though even that has been mostly eliminated.
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