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Thread: AR-15 Future Rifle Concept

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    GuncoHolic BBill's Avatar
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    Don't bust his bubble-he just might have our rifle of the future!! Stranger things have happened. We need a new John Browning.

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    Thanks guys, I hope I can offer something useful to the firearm community. We'll just have to see.

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    HMMMM FO 50 GRAND A GUY COULD STAND THERE 8 HRS A DAY 5 DAYS A WEEK FOR A YEAR AND STILL MAKE GOOD MONEY. IM NOT SURE WHAT COULD POSSABLE COST EVEN 10 GRAND OR 5 GRAND TO MACHINE THAT IS A GUN PART?????

    PROTOTYPE OR NOT WERE TALKING A GOOD YEARS SALERY HERE. I CANT THINK OF ANY THING GUN RELATED I WOULD NOT MAKE FOR 50 LARGE EVEN IF I HAD TO BUY THE MILL TO DO IT. (MANAUL AT LEAST)

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    The cost is the defense of IP, not the process to prototype.

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    Yup...Too many Lawyers involved. Whether you want it or not, that is the reality.

    Intellectual Property is the coin of the realm. That is why I can command salaries in excess of $250K per year. I own IP. I have a proven track record. Reality is that 1 out of 10,000 patentable ideas are worth a damn. Other reality is that having a defensible track record is worth a couple of million in lawyer fees.

    I wish him luck. This is a "dirty" technology. Too many junk patents out there that are too vague, and there are only so many ways to skin this cat in the field of Firearms.

    Hiring a talented machinist is cheap...$40-$65 per hour. Having the machinist sign a non-disclosure doubles the price. Having the machinist sign a non-compete is either 10 fold more money, or nearly impossible. No way to word it that does not intrude on his core biz of cutting metal. Sad but true.
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