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

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoffeeFreak View Post
    I am closing out the CF-W 9MM list on Sunday so I can finalize the bolt order.
    I sure am getting anxious to hear some news about the .380 bolt. I figure my baby mac ought to be back from Sam shortly and my form 4 should be approved by March. I looked up the density of tungsten and even though I don't know exactly what steel a mac bolt is made of the weight of the tungsten is about 2.7 times that of steel so I'm thinking baby mac with an RPM close to that of an Uzi. Man that would be sweet. CF you are my current hero.

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    I'm in for an M11A1 bolt. If you need prepay, just let me know.
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    I'm in for an M11A1 bolt. If you need prepay, just let me know.
    Same here. I don't even own an M11/9. When you're done with the SWD fanboys then us real INGRAM owners are anxiously awaiting news! ;-)))
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roaster72 View Post
    I'm in for an M11A1 bolt. If you need prepay, just let me know.
    Same here. The .380 with the highest rof is the one that needs it the most.

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    Update on the 380 bolt prototype. The drawings have a lot of cross referenced mistakes between all the files necessary for the tungsten company to make the tungsten prototype. I was hoping it would be a minor thing for them to fix like the problem I had with the extractor pin hole on the 9MM bolt it's a bigger deal and a single tungsten alloy prototype is very expensive to take a chance on. I am going to have to send the drawings back to the company that originally reversed engineered it and get them to make the changes and have another plastic prototype made up to confirm the changes. I know many of you are looking forward to these bolts but it's too much money to gamble on. Sorry for the delay. I also am looking forward to seeing it out in the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roaster72 View Post
    I'm in for an M11A1 bolt. If you need prepay, just let me know.
    I'm in for one as well! Looking forward to having the slower ROF along with the original bullet hose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoffeeFreak View Post
    Update on the 380 bolt prototype. The drawings have a lot of cross referenced mistakes between all the files necessary for the tungsten company to make the tungsten prototype. I was hoping it would be a minor thing for them to fix like the problem I had with the extractor pin hole on the 9MM bolt it's a bigger deal and a single tungsten alloy prototype is very expensive to take a chance on. I am going to have to send the drawings back to the company that originally reversed engineered it and get them to make the changes and have another plastic prototype made up to confirm the changes. I know many of you are looking forward to these bolts but it's too much money to gamble on. Sorry for the delay. I also am looking forward to seeing it out in the world.
    I for one am just as happy as can be you are looking into it, and don't mind waiting one bit. Quality deserves no apology.

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    +1 for M11A1 bolt. Prepay no problem.

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    I would definitely buy a slow fire bolt for my M10/9mm.

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    I'll be in for a M11A1 bolt as soon as I buy a M11A1.

    In the mean time, I'll be saving up for a M10/45 bolt.
    Last edited by PDXsparky; 03-11-2016 at 02:25 AM.

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    I would be in on the m11a1 .380 bolt. Prepay would be OK.

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    if only Gordon Ingram could see us now. Tungsten bolts and machine lathed aluminum uppers!

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    I've put myself "IN" on the M11/380 bolts. When it comes time to do it, will sending one of the fftindustires stripped bolts plus payment for the added tungsten weight upgrade and return shipping be sufficient?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SecondAmend View Post
    I've put myself "IN" on the M11/380 bolts. When it comes time to do it, will sending one of the fftindustires stripped bolts plus payment for the added tungsten weight upgrade and return shipping be sufficient?
    No. The bolts in question will be made entirely of a tungsten alloy if they get there. They are currently making a run of 100 tungsten alloy m11/9 bolts for now

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheColtCollector View Post
    No. The bolts in question will be made entirely of a tungsten alloy if they get there. They are currently making a run of 100 tungsten alloy m11/9 bolts for now
    Thank you for the reply.

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    *UPDATE* The mistakes that were on the 380 prototype were not on the drawings. The draftsman and 3D prototyping company are trying to figure it all out. I will keep you updated.

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    Thank you for the update sir!

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    Dumb question but I'm going to ask.

    RPB M11 small magwell .380.

    SWD M11-A1 large magwell .380.

    Both use the same bolt / upper receiver?

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    Yes sir. Same bolt, same upper receiver.
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    Still praying for a M10/9MM tungsten bolt. You guys involved in this project have transformed the MAC world. I'll keep my fingers crossed.Thanks for your efforts, really great stuff.

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