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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote unvolution Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 May 2008 at 11:10pm
i nominate a cl0ne mod page... simply for seeing all the stuff he builds right under the link for marker gallery... mayb a sticky that he can post his stuff on....
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Dude I just wante to say your extremely talented  and that you gun is awsome Every one can tell you put your heart and sole into them and i noticed you had a web site as your sig and i saw you had all the guns your tricked out and was wondering if you mod  them  for a living or if you  just do it as a hobby?

 

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hey Cl0nE. how come your BakeM0n0 and Punisher guns arent on the site in gallery index? they should be, they were allso really good.
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I really like the grips, too bad i am looking for something to fit a 98. If you ever branch out....  At $100/gallon, I think I will have to make do.
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Wow, your work is incredible. Keep it up and keep us posted.
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that is some nice beefy grips.
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Originally posted by oldpbnoob oldpbnoob wrote:

I thought I saw a link to where you explained how to make the grips you use, but can't seem to find it again. What type of rubber do you use for the handguards/grips? Is it an off the shelf product?


The rubber i use is a basic 2 part urethane, you can get it at most of the mold supply shoppes try smooth-on, they have pretty wide selection. They run about $100 a gallon and up.

The old punisher post on spec-ops had all the mold making info, but all the pics were deleted from putfile. Maybe i'll do up another "How-to"

Heres my new "08" version, the new grips are a solid one peice design, and fit the X7 and A5 :) just finished the molds and started shipping the grips a few days ago:)...

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I envy your milling skills. It looks pretty heavy though, not to mention a little hard to carry around in the woods for a few hours.

Looks great though!

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I thought I saw a link to where you explained how to make the grips you use, but can't seem to find it again. What type of rubber do you use for the handguards/grips? Is it an off the shelf product?
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Ozwarg, i lost count on the hours a Loooong time ago, the cost wasnt so bad though, the parts only add up to a couple hundred, it's the work involved.


Judge, I get my aluminum local pretty cheap, there are places on line you can grab it if you cant find anything around you. Thats a hefty chuck of Al. What are you planning to do with that? :) It would cost you around a hundred bucks online, plus about 20lbs worth of shipping charges.

Getting a mill all depends on budget and what size your work will be, you can pick up a cheapie at harbor freight for around $450 right now, next size up is about 1k, but well worth the extra coin. I would suggest getting one from grizzly if your going the bench top route, a little more coin but better service, fit, finish etc,.

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not sure if you want to answer this one but 1, where did you get the aluminum, 2 how much does a chunk of aluminum say 18"x2"x6" cost? and finally where do you find a mill to do said aluminum work?
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That is not something I would consider to be a "modification".

You build a new gun my friend!

Amazing, That hands down is the coolest thing I have ever seen anybody do on this forum with the exception of an old forum member and member of OMHW that goes by the name of engineer.

Keep it up, truly awe inspiring
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holy hell, that thing is only set at 180psi? heh. I like your comment.

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just a ball park figure, how much did this all cost you with supplies/man hours?
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this is the best gun i have seen in a long time. your crafesmenship is
seconed to none. keep up the great work.
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Originally posted by TEKahuna TEKahuna wrote:

Heavy much..?


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you sir are talented, hands down
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Originally posted by TEKahuna TEKahuna wrote:

Heavy much..?

it's all aluminum, cant be that much heavier then the bt's with the expansion chamber.

i think this thing will be alot lighter and more sexy too.

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Heavy much..?
Gun Info: 98C E-Pro ACT
14in Stiffi
Offset Mount
RedDot 45mmScope
Shocktech ShockFlyBolt
RocketCock II
Cyclone Feed
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Originally posted by thejudge thejudge wrote:

what is the final color going to be?

It will be painted along the same way as the one in the movie shooter.

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Heres the link to the entire gallery about 365 pics I still need to get the video up.

Edited by Cl0nE - 03 May 2008 at 6:49pm
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