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On 3/23/2018 at 5:20 PM, SeanTX said:

Did you weld those pieces on?

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Yeah and its a slave Leia doing these thin pieces... 

 

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I bet. I would have thought originalal brass brazing would have been something you could pull off.

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18 hours ago, SeanTX said:

I bet. I would have thought originalal brass brazing would have been something you could pull off.

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on steel,,,,  the alum is a diff story

 

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e11 trigger frame and guard preceeding
 
 
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Finally! How soon will this be available chris?


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5 hours ago, darthcue said:


Finally! How soon will this be available chris?


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now that i got the guard i can start machining the main parts....  couple weeks

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9 hours ago, fieldmarshall said:

now that i got the guard i can start machining the main parts....  couple weeks

Have you got a price yet Chris?

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On 6/22/2018 at 10:01 PM, fieldmarshall said:

(...)   Should have enough for this lifetime,,, 200 boxes of 100 quantity   ahhhhhhhhh!

You could offer some boxes to makers of resin blaster kits (like Phoenix Props or DoopyDoo's) because a trigger guard from resin is either thin and fragile, or thick and inaccurate.

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You could offer some boxes to makers of resin blaster kits (like Phoenix Props or DoopyDoo's) because a trigger guard from resin is either thin and fragile, or thick and inaccurate.

I totally agree with T-Jay!


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On 6/25/2018 at 3:26 AM, T-Jay said:

You could offer some boxes to makers of resin blaster kits (like Phoenix Props or DoopyDoo's) because a trigger guard from resin is either thin and fragile, or thick and inaccurate.

Never thought of that,,,,   could do that !!!

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Give it a try and contact the resin casters. If they don't want your trigger guards, they could be a nice addition to the Completion Sets for resin blasters...

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