Originally posted by ChargedDust
How long does it take you to do one? Not turn around time, I mean time from when the first tool hits it until it's ready to go into a marker.
I'm really not sure. I did this one over two days. I did part of one side and tryed different stuff to see what worked best or what gave the best finish, then two day's later I finished it up.
I think it would take around an hour or so per ram.
As for the new O2 ram thing, I'm pretty sure on the $20 price, and I think I'll be shipping it back with priority mail with delivery confirmation, so I can give a confirmation number when it is sent back to you. The O2 rams also look a little thicker than mine and the side that hits the valve pin doesn't look lightened much. Anyways, you could pay $20 + whatever it is to ship your ram to me, or $28 for a new ram. In the end you end up with the same thing: A lightened ram in your gun. If you buy a new one from Odyssey, you'll have an extra ram, but you can only use one at a time, and really what are the chances that you'll ever have to replace your ram? Therefore no point in having two. I guess you could try and sell the old one, and make some money off of it, but that's your choice.
I could also cut off a little more weight if you only want one o-ring like an O2 ram.