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Offline wilko

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Re: Alloy barrels
« Reply #15 on: 21.02. 2013 00:54 »
Just get some standard barrels aluminium sprayed.

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Re: Alloy barrels
« Reply #16 on: 21.02. 2013 09:34 »
Richard, you are about right in euros,  about 110 hours work!  But of course prototyping is always a little expensive!  *smile*


Bob,
We should make a pact,  you work the savings plans for your clients and get them to spend the money with me and whan you retire we can all play toys together  *lol* *lol*

Should be fitting the barrels soon so updates iminent!
Just making some special flange studs and waiting for the pistons to arrive.

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Re: Alloy barrels
« Reply #17 on: 21.02. 2013 11:43 »
Hell of an incentive ! due consideration will be given to your masterplan!! Look forward to seeing the pictures regards BobH
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