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  • DocsMachine
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    Yup! I'm just about finished with Nuppy's kit, and hope to get that in the mail in the next day or two. Shortly thereafter, I should have 'Zillas milling done- the halfblock sled is a bit trickier than I'd anticipated- and once it's okayed, get it off to anno.

    I apologize for the radio silence, but I've got like eight major projects on the table right now, and it's a bit of a juggle.

    I'll have pics once Nup's is done.

    Doc.

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  • Lt. head-shot
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    Hey Doc, any updates? Its been a minute, figured I'd check in.

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  • FredMnkyDad10
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    Yeah me too!!!!!

  • BrickHaus
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    Im gonna have to buy one of these eventually. Awesome work, and awesome videos Doc.

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  • Chuck E Ducky
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    Yeah I think I have enough parts to mock it up.

  • DocsMachine
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    Originally posted by Chuck E Ducky View Post
    Words cannot describe how excited I am to build this thing! Thank you Doc for making this happen!
    -Glad you like it, Ducks! I can't wait to start seeing some of these finished!

    And as I said a few pages back- if there's any issues, like something doesn't fit quite right, or I managed to forget something (yes, even I make mistakes ) let me know and I'll do what I can to fix it.

    Doc.

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  • DocsMachine
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    Thanks Woofs! I was getting worried there, for a bit. I assume you were off, like, being knighted or at least on a date with Keira Knightly, and not, say, getting audited or having a thumb reattached or something.

    Might have a moment to drop it off Saturday, but chances are it'll be Tuesday at this point.

    Doc.

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  • woouulf
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    Originally posted by DocsMachine View Post
    And Wooooulf's is ready to head out the door!



    The pump is 'unmilled' as Wooly is having another shop make a custom pump grip for it. Can't wait to see it!



    -So why don't you have it together already?!?

    Doc.
    Thanks Doc, Sent you a PM for total and with address

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  • SETHZILLA!
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    Originally posted by Chuck E Ducky View Post
    Words cannot describe how excited I am to build this thing! Thank you Doc for making this happen!

    Pictures don’t do this thing justice it’s Cool! The pump handle feels perfect to love it! Flows really good with the lines.
    Can you throw it together with a frame and barrels and just take a pic of it assembled? I gotta see how the pump looks under the barrels and with a frame mounted! Getting really excited to see the sneak peak of mine once he starts on it. 😎

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  • Chuck E Ducky
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    I haven’t decided yet. Sill tossing around ideas. I will know it when I see it.

  • Meleager7
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    Which anno are you going with?

  • Chuck E Ducky
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    Words cannot describe how excited I am to build this thing! Thank you Doc for making this happen!

    Pictures don’t do this thing justice it’s Cool! The pump handle feels perfect to love it! Flows really good with the lines.

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  • DocsMachine
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    It's also worth noting I have heaps of scrap and offcut aluminum, and I'm always rooting through the pile to find a piece that's close to what I need, rather than bandsawing a fresh chunk off a big bar, or something.

    Doc.

  • DocsMachine
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    There's all sorts of things one can do with the spare metal. Though the shape is a bit wonky, and thankfully, even as expensive as aluminum is these days, it's still fairly cheap compared with the time you'd spend trying to shape it.

    In this case, anyway, the main savings is in time, and at the scrap yard, solid aluminum is worth a bit more per pound than chips and swarf.

    Doc.

  • Meleager7
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    is there anything useful to be made from the pie removed sections? Do I see enough material in there for aluminum cocker bolts?
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