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    Will, are you guys still doing custom work? I have a pretty easy project but my welder is not working. I want to sbr a draco. I have a fixed stock romy trunnion and a polish side folder. I need the fixed stock trunnion installed and then all the metal refinished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by windermike View Post
    Will, are you guys still doing custom work? I have a pretty easy project but my welder is not working. I want to sbr a draco. I have a fixed stock romy trunnion and a polish side folder. I need the fixed stock trunnion installed and then all the metal refinished.

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    Gunsmithing is pretty swamped , you'd do better finding someone with less then a 9 month backlog .
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    THanks man . The strap on version did . Will
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    I love the show! You guys are GREAT!

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    great show Will have you ever thought of doing a AR shot gun?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chopper View Post
    great show Will have you ever thought of doing a AR shot gun?
    Thanks man , no , not at all .
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    OK Will, I have one for you. Forward grip on a rail is the newest craze. Why not use something like Orion 12 gauge Flare/Signal Pistol as the forward grip. Can cock that hammer & fire a flare at night to light up your target. Doesn't shoot 12 gauge ammo so I don't believe NFA paperwork would be involved. A production item that simply attaches to a lower rail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeble View Post
    OK Will, I have one for you. Forward grip on a rail is the newest craze. Why not use something like Orion 12 gauge Flare/Signal Pistol as the forward grip. Can cock that hammer & fire a flare at night to light up your target. Doesn't shoot 12 gauge ammo so I don't believe NFA paperwork would be involved. A production item that simply attaches to a lower rail.

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    I'd rather stick with things that shoot live rounds . We're looking a 12g M203 design that might be worth doing
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    That sure would be worth while. 40 years ago in Nam I thought one in 12 gauge would be worth having. But I had an M14 & no way to attach anything under it at the time.

    Speaking of which, sure would like to see you guys do something with a M1 Garand or M14/M1A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeble View Post
    That sure would be worth while. 40 years ago in Nam I thought one in 12 gauge would be worth having. But I had an M14 & no way to attach anything under it at the time.

    Speaking of which, sure would like to see you guys do something with a M1 Garand or M14/M1A.
    We'll see how it goes . Garands and M14's are nice , I've had a few of each , but they're not somthing the shop normally takes in . Will
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