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Old 01-07-2013, 06:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anodizing a 3-Way

Curious what people opinions are on stripping and re anodizing a 3 way? Or even stripping and re anodizing all of the front pneumatics. I'm working on a few projects and am debating whether to ano them or not.
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Fancy seeing you here.

I've ano'd multiple sets of front pneumatics for my markers and have had no trouble.
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Yep. I got my hands on 4 B&E cocker bodies. Made by a small shop in Arkansas. I've got 4 of the 12 made with this milling. I'm working with the shop owner to make 2 of them pretty much stock, and 2 of them we are having some more milling done to, to make them a more modern version (v.2).

Thanks for the info. I wasn't too worried about the lpr. Just thought I would get some opinions on the 3 way and ram.
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Cool. Got any pics of these B&E's?
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Yeah, some bad cell phone photos for now. Ill take some better pictures once I get the 2 milled bodies back from jcurt. I'll take pictures throughout the process of building back up.

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They look interesting. Fishbone-esque.
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Yeah kind of fishbone, kind of convertible ripper. They called it rope milling. 2 were drilled for eyes 2 were not.

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Rope, eh? They couldn't come up with a cooler name that combines Fishbone, Ripper, and Dark all in one word?

What's being done for the V2s?
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Rope, eh? They couldn't come up with a cooler name that combines Fishbone, Ripper, and Dark all in one word?

What's being done for the V2s?
We could name them the Dark Ripbone. V.2 will be taking off some excess metal, mid blocking, ego style feedneck, just making it all around a little cleaner and lighter. I'll post pictures when we get them back from JCurt. Should be within the next week or so, I hope.

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You can also use a Palmer Quikswitch or WGP Orracle/CT 3way. Tolerances wouldn't be as important since they have a brass cores.
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