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demoncase

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  1. My pleasure.... I get a bit bored with people stating 'it's failed cuz its poor quality' without any qualification or analysis.
  2. Going back to nozzle failures earlier in the thread: That looks like a brittle failure, rather than an overstressed failure, judging* by the shell-shaped tide marks in the failure face on the pictures shown. This is an injection moulded part- Understand that an injection mould will have 3-50 part spaces in each tool, so a single 'shot' produces as many as possible. It's most likely that there are 10 or so nozzles in each shot. If the tool is poorly designed and/or process controls aren't being adhered to, you often get the part-mould furthest from the shot being poorly cast- The pla
  3. It's a Gerber Mk2. Popular with SOG, James Cameron and The Punisher to name a few
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    DSC 9375

    Had a busy morning if you'd run through all the ammo in your belt, huh?
  5. In lieu of an off-the-shelf Carl Gustav M45, here's my little effort....Based on an ICS M3 As well as my other 'Nam style silent sentry removal tools- .22 Hush Puppy and good ol' Gerber Mk2
  6. In lieu of an off-the-shelf Carl Gustav M45, here's my little effort....Based on an ICS M3: All your silent sentry removal needs.... VERY front heavy now- it's an all steel unit I've had machined and custom blued...not 100% sure I'll keep it. Just to show everyone it's a slip on/slip off unit- single grub screw means I can convert back to the usual M3 style in seconds.
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    pacman

    Or the Koolaid Jug....Ooooooh Yeah!
  8. Back from Bangalore.....

  9. Is offline until the 29th at the earliest. Anyone looking for a faster response should e-mail me.

  10. This started life as a Tercel full metal/wood pump action- which is nice but not right for the diddy-bopping down them rice paddies in the Delta. So I: ~Stripped off the vile orange varnish on the wood ~Left it rough in places to simulate combat usage ~Stained it with dark oak ~Rubbed in about 7 coats of Danish Oil ~Ripped off the 'slugster' sights and added a 1970s 'Speedbead' at the front ~Added a 1960s dated utility strap. And got something rather more 'battle worn' for use with 'Nam period gear.
  11. My current 1911s. WE MEUSOC with custom extended slide catch WE 1911a1 with real Colt wood grips WE 'Defender' clone- custom 'bobbed' hammer and grip safety, ambidextrous safety and fingergroove grips. Stainless steel custom paint
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