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Posted: 10/13/2005 8:27:10 PM EDT
www.law-17.com/g3ka1.html




What the crap?  How does one even shoot that without spraining/breaking a wrist?

I'd love to have that in a car holster "WHAT OFFICER?...IT'S LEGAL"  (DID THAT FOR YOU BIGSCRUN)

-Rob
Link Posted: 10/13/2005 8:36:48 PM EDT
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We all need to do something stupid once in a while....
Link Posted: 10/13/2005 8:37:49 PM EDT
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That'd rock IF it would have some velocity to it.
Link Posted: 10/13/2005 8:51:35 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 10/13/2005 8:54:25 PM EDT
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What about one of these. . . .
Link Posted: 10/13/2005 8:54:31 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 10/13/2005 9:05:52 PM EDT
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Well at least you all have senses of humor....

Aww BigScrun...you'd comfort my parents if I was shot/in jail?  Thanks Man    For the record I never truly believed you were a big penis wrinkle

-Rob
Link Posted: 10/13/2005 9:30:59 PM EDT
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but yeah...back to the question at hand.  How does one shoot something like that?  Is the recoil nuts?  How about with that FAL?

-Rob
Link Posted: 10/13/2005 10:01:42 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 10/13/2005 10:34:56 PM EDT
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Well at least you all have senses of humor....

Aww BigScrun...you'd comfort my parents if I was shot/in jail?  Thanks Man    For the record I never truly believed you were a big penis wrinkle

-Rob




As long as your Mom set you up with enough insurance you'll be fine.



Oh so I guess you accept doughnuts as payment?
-Rob
Link Posted: 10/13/2005 10:36:30 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 10/13/2005 10:43:19 PM EDT
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I primarily build subframes for 1st Generation Watercooled VW's.

I'm trying to break into cylinder head work but right now all I have in the "shop" is a 12ton press, a 230A AC ARC welder, a 16spd 1horse drill press, two chop saws, a bench grinder, and a hydraulic pipe bender.

I started the collection 'bout a year back.  I'm saving up for a CNC mill and lathe.

Some of my work:
4pt subframe:



Short Shifter:


Upper Stress bar:



-Rob
Link Posted: 10/13/2005 10:46:08 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 10/13/2005 10:46:46 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 10/13/2005 10:46:59 PM EDT
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Looks good, but I've already seen those pictures...........



?
Link Posted: 10/13/2005 10:48:35 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 10/13/2005 10:51:06 PM EDT
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Well the only way is if you did a folder dump of my site...which is fine.  Parts of it are public for a reason.

However if you start telling me personal things on "locked" parts of my site...well then I'm going to have to fix that.

One more thing... google isn't a big secret there, bigscrun

-Rob
Link Posted: 10/13/2005 10:55:23 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 10/13/2005 10:56:11 PM EDT
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You said you were getting setup for the CNC machinery.  Do you have much experience or is there going to be a learning curve?

-Rob
Link Posted: 10/13/2005 10:59:10 PM EDT
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Well the only way is if you did a folder dump of my site...which is fine.  Parts of it are public for a reason.

However if you start telling me personal things on "locked" parts of my site...well then I'm going to have to fix that.

One more thing... google isn't a big secret there, bigscrun

-Rob



Google is a friend, yes. But.................anyways.

I saw on pics of the VW's elsewhere, what are you using for material on the under carriages? They do look very good by the way.




Right now just mild steel tubing.  It is not seamless...but in this application it wouldn't need to be.  Just an unneccessary expense.  However if it were for something like a roll cage...well it's pretty obvious DOM seamless steel is the way to go.

-Rob
Link Posted: 10/13/2005 10:59:51 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 10/13/2005 11:02:26 PM EDT
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You said you were getting setup for the CNC machinery.  Do you have much experience or is there going to be a learning curve?

-Rob



Me personally, no. My business partner yes. We do alot of metal fabrication in our shop. I am fluent enough to be dangerous when it comes to metalwork, but I can spot shitty and good work from a mile away.

Aside from Sales, my main areas are design, wiring layout, woodwork and some light fiberglass work.



Design like asthetics or blueprints (or both?)
I used to do a *lot* of DC wiring myself, never got too much into the AC work although now I'm wishing I had.
Link Posted: 10/13/2005 11:07:26 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 10/13/2005 11:13:08 PM EDT
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Yeah thats definitely out of my league.  You give me a wiring schematic for a stereo setup and I could read it, but I know next to nothing about the do's and don'ts of stereo systems. What combos work best with what and so on.

How long you been doing what you've been doing?
Link Posted: 10/13/2005 11:23:26 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 10/13/2005 11:35:15 PM EDT
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Whelp, I'm off to bed.  Pleasure talking with you...goodnight

Oh btw, bigscrun whats your real name?  

-Rob
Link Posted: 10/13/2005 11:37:20 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 10/13/2005 11:49:49 PM EDT
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Whelp, I'm off to bed.  Pleasure talking with you...goodnight

Oh btw, bigscrun whats your real name?  

-Rob




Bigscrun


My mom calls me that now.

I sent you an IM it was in that.




Bigscrun, you're a psycho.  But you're A-OK in my book

-Rob
Link Posted: 10/13/2005 11:51:27 PM EDT
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