hmm... that's no good (from my perspective). That combined with the fact that my budget just decreased a bit doesn't help much. Oh well, like you said, a turtle will probably be light enough anyway.
If you want to set off and go develop some grand new thing, you don't need millions of dollars of capitalization. You need enough pizza and Diet Coke to stick in your refrigerator, a cheap PC to work on, and the dedication to go through with it. We slept on floors. We waded across rivers. -John Carmack
Here are some pics of a few of my E-Cockers. The lightest being the chrome one with the Turtle conversion. We make these from WGP blank bodies then we mill them to be as light as possible without loosing strenght. We use our own front, and back blocks. And our new delrin HIGH FLOW CROSS BOLTS. Our own Clamp Feeds. We use KAPP FAT RAMS, and WGP TICLER regs. We also port the Bob Long torpedoe regs and use our own valves so these babies rip 300 FPS with only 200PSI input pressure.
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