Originally Posted by Jahnman
I mean come on. Theyre only looking to cash in on the resurgence of autocockers. This is disappointing, while weve got great companies putting out new innovations and actually improving on things, like Inception, Meteor, and Shocktech. But then Freeflow comes in and says "nope, nothing new here, were just gonna re-release our old designs because we dont really care, and just want to make a buck"
Just curious why NOT changing their designs is a bad thing. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. They're going to be 100% machined in the Rochester, NY area from billet 6061, no cost cutting extrusions or china material. I'm curious, why would a company come back with the intent to NOT make a profit? Or are you just trolling? That logic makes no sense. They will be releasing new designs once they're done with the heritage runs btw. They have stated that they ARE NOT trying to reinvent the wheel FWIW.
As far as pricing goes, I think they're not asking much for a 100% U.S. machined, completely ready to play and pro tuned autococker.