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    Blind Jole Midblock Karnivor Mech - Custom Ano

    SOLD

    Mechanical JOLE Factory Mid Block WGP Karnivor Autococker

    Blind! - Eye hole was plugged and ribbon channel was smoothed out.
    All body work was done before getting it anodized.

    Anodized by Blizzard Anodizing
    Tuned and ready to shoot!

    New Inception Ram
    Shocktech Bomb 3-Way
    Inception EZ ASA (has ding near back as seen in picture)
    Stock Karni LPR
    Stock Karni Vert Regulator
    Slider Trigger Frame (CCM Works?)
    Dye Grips

    Condition: Excellent. The marker was never used in game after it was anodized, it is near pristine. Some of the parts are used such as the stock Karni LPR and shows some wear. Most of the parts are new other than being shot for tuning purposes.

    Asking $SOLD


    Last edited by wowzerz; 11-03-2020, 02:41 PM.

    #2
    Nice piece yo.

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      #3
      Thanks!

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        #4
        That’s a cool who plugged the body? Looks really good! Blizzard always dose nice work that ano is really nice! Sweet build!

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          #5
          Originally posted by Chuck E Ducky View Post
          That’s a cool who plugged the body? Looks really good! Blizzard always dose nice work that ano is really nice! Sweet build!
          I don't recall, it was several years ago. I got the recommendation from someone in the karni owners fb group

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            #6
            Not many machinists out there plugging eye holes. Ryan Jameson was the first I'm aware of, but he's no longer interested in doing them. I believe Jason Antle and TJ Harback are both doing them now though.

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              #7
              Doc has a "how-to" posted on his site. TL;DR: tap the hole for an aluminum screw, loc-tite the screw in place, and ever so carefully hack off the screw head and file to form. Actually, he has a few write ups featuring this fix:

              Straight to the point:

              http://www.docsmachine.com/projects/angel/patch01.html

              My personal favorite:

              http://www.docsmachine.com/projects/cocker/pyro01.html
              Dulce et decorum est pro comoedia mori

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                #8
                Originally posted by Axel View Post
                Doc has a "how-to" posted on his site. TL;DR: tap the hole for an aluminum screw, loc-tite the screw in place, and ever so carefully hack off the screw head and file to form. Actually, he has a few write ups featuring this fix:

                Straight to the point:

                http://www.docsmachine.com/projects/angel/patch01.html

                My personal favorite:

                http://www.docsmachine.com/projects/cocker/pyro01.html
                They are filling them differently. The threaded holes leave a ring most of the time unless the thread is really really tight.
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                  #9
                  The 3 way you list as ID but the one in the pics is a shocktech bomb, has it been changed?
                  Is that an ANS slider?

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by the_hyren View Post
                    The 3 way you list as ID but the one in the pics is a shocktech bomb, has it been changed?
                    Is that an ANS slider?
                    Ah! you're right about the 3-way. It has been a while since I sourced these parts. The frame is unknown but most closely resembles a CCM Works slider.

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