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ECAPNation 08-27-2018 11:09 AM

ECAP Emek/Etha2 aftermarket bodies!
Finally feel I've tested these enough to go public.

I will have several more designs out soon but this style is first!

The OG
- printed in industrial nylon and tested for strength.
- mimics the classic looks of eclipse automags
- 100% drop in, no clean up needed.

Note that the sight rail was redesigned for production release.... It's usable with Weaver mounts and stiffer.

Here is another body on the cheaper material... I've tested the swoop and warboy in the lower end material and have the option turned on for ordering now!!! Significantly less expensive.

Order here!

Alive 08-27-2018 01:36 PM

Very neat and very expensive. Cool though

ECAPNation 08-27-2018 02:24 PM

It was a debate... This material is more expensive however looks great and is very durable, nearly as good as the stock material.

We are beta testing the lower grade material but I have my doubts about the feed neck strength in that.

Plus the way I looked at it.... Stock 2k cockers were $250... People put $500 bodies or machine work into them.

Scougar 08-27-2018 05:29 PM

Very cool. Just be careful about not going to high price wise, as you have the Etha 2 + GMEK that you really don't want to get too near to the price with IMO.

Really like the design on this.

ECAPNation 08-27-2018 05:46 PM

Meh, not worried. It's not a part intended for everyone.

Hell I have a guy who asked me to get a quote in printed steel.. that's $425 and he still wants it.

Bigtuana 08-27-2018 05:57 PM


Originally Posted by BigOldSkool (Post 3513773)
a quote in printed BRASS...


JOESPUD27 08-27-2018 06:46 PM


ECAPNation 08-27-2018 06:57 PM


Originally Posted by Bigtuana (Post 3513777)

It's doable

Scougar 08-27-2018 07:05 PM

Printed steel? I mean, I know you could do ally.. but steel?

ECAPNation 08-27-2018 08:34 PM


Originally Posted by Scougar (Post 3513794)
Printed steel? I mean, I know you could do ally.. but steel?

Sintered with an epoxy then heated up to burn out the glue and then back filled with bronze.

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