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Thread: CFW M10/45 and M11/380 Slowfire Bolts

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    CFW M10/45 and M11/380 Slowfire Bolts

    Any interest in a CFW M10/45 and M11/380 slowfire bolts?
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    Do you have a prototype M11/380 bolt?
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    What are those - heavier bolts for the stock uppers?

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    Yes sir, tungsten weighted bolts!

    Quote Originally Posted by stoyan79 View Post
    What are those - heavier bolts for the stock uppers?
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    Sweet! Whats the ROF?


    Quote Originally Posted by komodoj View Post
    Yes sir, tungsten weighted bolts!

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    This is just an "Interest" thread, all ROF's will be determined if Coffee finds enough interest to put into production.

    Quote Originally Posted by stoyan79 View Post
    Sweet! Whats the ROF?
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    interested for 380 bolt
    The 380 MAC is the best caliber or they would not have put on the cover of THE MAC MAN. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by American180 View Post
    Do you have a prototype M11/380 bolt?
    Yes. Let's see what the interest is. Maybe send it to Strobro to test.

    A 45 prototype is in the works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoffeeFreak View Post
    Maybe send it to Strobro to test.
    Now that is a good idea.

    Wait... that will make me have to buy a new video camera.

    Oh what the heck, I'll take one for the team.
    Last edited by strobro32; 08-04-2015 at 05:36 PM.
    The 380 MAC is the best caliber or they would not have put on the cover of THE MAC MAN. ;)

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    I can let you use my brand new "Flip hd" video recorder, I never use it??? Just an FYI!

    Quote Originally Posted by strobro32 View Post
    Now that is a good idea.

    Wait... that will make me have to buy a new video camera.

    Oh what the heck, I'll take one for the team.
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    Mike,
    Would you like me to send you a 380 bolt assembly to experiment?
    The 380 MAC is the best caliber or they would not have put on the cover of THE MAC MAN. ;)

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    Mike let me know if your looking to test a M10/9 bolt. It would be for an UZI converted MAC.

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    M10/45 slow fire bolt would be awesome. 1200 rpm is fun but I think slower would be more enjoyable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgleavitt View Post
    M10/45 slow fire bolt would be awesome. 1200 rpm is fun but I think slower would be more enjoyable.
    Especially with an MPA side-cocking upper!

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    I was just talking to my buddy Hal, AKA KomodoJ and the M10 CF-W SlowFire bolt is definitely doable. The cost would be a lot more because the cost of the bolt and all of the assembly parts are a lot more then the M11-9 parts. Twice as much tungsten. I would expect an ROF of 720-750. The bolt assembly would end up weighing about 3 lbs. Sounds crazy but thats probably around what the Max 10 bolt assembly weighs.

    The 380 bolt would be a little more because the bolts themselves are a little more. I could use a 9MM bolt and that would lower the cost a little. I get them in bulk wholesale and I think it would work. The prototype was made with a 380 bolt. 700 on the ROF would be my guess.

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    I call dibs on the first 380 size 9mm bolt If there ever is one!

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    What if we provide the bolts? Any discount?
    I've got a few PS bolts in both .380 and .45 from the MAC auction that are gathering dust, er...I mean ready for the SHTF. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack007 View Post
    What if we provide the bolts? Any discount?
    +1
    The 380 MAC is the best caliber or they would not have put on the cover of THE MAC MAN. ;)

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    I'd be in for a M10/45 bolt

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    Quote Originally Posted by strobro32 View Post
    +1
    45acp....I have bolts...+1

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