Originally Posted by lewis314
I know it's going to make me sound like a hater but I'm not a fan of the milling and how the back is higher than dives towards the feed neck. Maybe the next milling will be different and ill like that.
Little bit back on the thread but there is a reason its bigger in the back.
He did that because he needed more volume inside the chamber to get the pressures he wanted. As for the ripple milling you can take it or leave it that its just more or less his signature style of milling. I can see him change that up eventually but the larger part in the back is here to stay.