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Great white North 01-11-2019 01:05 PM

New Freeflow Caliber Autococker Pricing!!
 
Check out the thread on PBNation attached. All the info is there!!

https://www.pbnation.com/showthread.php?t=5968829

Great white North 01-11-2019 01:06 PM

https://https://www.pbnation.com/show....php?t=5968829

Great white North 01-11-2019 01:10 PM

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2019 FreeFlow Caliber Release
2019 FreeFlow Full-Body Caliber

With the last of the Full-Body Millennium and Fulcrum Mini orders being built and shipped, and the BoxXxer Full Body and Millennium Mini coming off machines in the next week, we want to waste no time getting Caliber orders started.

Inspired by the M1911 Pistol, FreeFlow Technology brings you the newest member of the FreeFlow family. Caliber is the 6th marker to join the FreeFlow family. Preceded by Fulcrum, Millennium, BoxXxer, Lotus, and Rhythm. Caliber promises to bring a fresh-look while keeping that classic, smooth function that you expect from FreeFlow. With the demand for FreeFlow products on the rise, we have been asked to raise the production numbers from our typical 20 per run to allow all of those interested to make a purchase. We want to ensure that your FreeFlow maintains its value and we refuse to “pump these out” like commodities to make a quick buck. That being said, we have decided to compromise. FreeFlow Technology will not limit the number of Full-Body Calibers to just 20. We will however limit the time in which customers can purchase a Full-Body Caliber.

We will make Caliber available on February 1st, 2019 from 9am to 8pm EST. a $500 deposit is required to secure your Caliber. Once you have chosen an anodizing style and colors, your remaining balance will be due. Decisions and balances are due no later than March 1st, 2019. The number of Full-Body Calibers sold in that time-frame will be the total number of Full-Body Calibers made. We will not run any additional Full-Body Calibers....ever. We know that this approach is certainly not the most cost-effective way of doing things, but the end user not “taking a bath” on their purchase means more to us in the long run. Keep in mind we shoot for a production time of 90-120 days, but there have been delays in the past. We promise to keep open communication and push the process along as fast as possible, but we will not sacrifice quality to get it done fast.

FreeFlow Technology will continue to improve on our current products and release new products and applications but promise to keep the traditional feel and function of our products the same. Thank you to our valued customers for enabling us to continue to bring new items to the market. We promise to continue providing the best possible customer service and look forward to seeing our products in the hands of our valued customers on the field.

Feel free to play on the customize section of our site and design your own!
https://www.freeflowtechnology.com/customize

Buddy Baur
FreeFlow Technology

Great white North 01-11-2019 01:11 PM

https://www.pbnation.com/showthread.php?t=5968829

RhythmChris12 01-17-2019 06:08 PM

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Carlito 01-17-2019 08:59 PM

Looks nice, but I just dont get it. Not a very big market for this. I dont know anyone who would spend that $$$$

fullofpaint 01-17-2019 09:09 PM

There definitely is. FreeFlow has sold out every run they've done so far and Shocktech is moving their new SFL's pretty quickly too at the same pricing.

Jordan 01-17-2019 09:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Carlito (Post 3551287)
Looks nice, but I just dont get it. Not a very big market for this. I dont know anyone who would spend that $$$$


I had a hard time justifying the purchase of an Emek, and I sold two guns off to fund that purchase, so it was practically free for me. I think the guys who will spend $1500 on a new electronic gun are the target audience here, not the broke dudes who frequent a web forum dedicated to reminiscing about how great the old stuff was. :)

It's not a bad looking gun, just not what I would want in a custom Cocker. For that kind of money, I'd want Nummech's gas-thru frame that's been in development for a bit.

glaman5266 01-17-2019 10:21 PM

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Originally Posted by Jordan (Post 3551316)
I think the guys who will spend $1500 on a new electronic gun are the target audience here, not the broke dudes who frequent a web forum dedicated to reminiscing about how great the old stuff was. :)

Or those who couldn't afford one back in the day that are older and can afford it now. That's how I was with electros, as I bought a new Etek 5 this year. Most I've ever spent on a paintgun by a wide margin. Not the same price range, but you get the idea.

Also, aren't these pretty limited in number? Like, maybe a few hundred? I've no clue, but I can see why & how these sell like hotcakes. For me, I'll take the old WGPs. I don't care for wall hangers.

Carlito 01-17-2019 10:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jordan (Post 3551316)
I had a hard time justifying the purchase of an Emek, and I sold two guns off to fund that purchase, so it was practically free for me.

Yeah dude, I know. I bought one. Feels solid dry firing.


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