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  • CFW M10\45 BOLT

    103 66.88%
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Thread: CFW M10/45 and M11/380 Slowfire Bolts

  1. #101
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    I'm in for a M10/45 bolt. Thought I had already posted this, but I guess not...

    I can prepay if necessary.

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    I'm in for BOTH.

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    In for a tungsten M-10 bolt. Can pre-pay.

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    I really need a m10/45 bolt. Yup.

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    I would like to get on the list for M11a1 .380
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    I'd be in for a .45 for sure

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    The .380 bolt is proving to be a challenge, but I received a couple of items this week that may push this project over the top and on to the finish line.

    There is a no obligation wait list for the CF-W .380 bolt, but not for the .45 bolt. Only after the .380 bolt is in production will any thought be given to the .45 bolt. Trust me, I'm very excited at the prospect of a slow fire CF-W .45 bolt. Hang in there.
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    Vegas SMG , how who do I contact to get on the list for .380
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vegas SMG View Post
    The .380 bolt is proving to be a challenge, but I received a couple of items this week that may push this project over the top and on to the finish line.

    There is a no obligation wait list for the CF-W .380 bolt, but not for the .45 bolt. Only after the .380 bolt is in production will any thought be given to the .45 bolt. Trust me, I'm very excited at the prospect of a slow fire CF-W .45 bolt. Hang in there.
    You say such nice things!!!

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    I don't have a 380 but I have three M10/45's. What I liked about the CFW M11/9 bolt is the excellent troubleshoot file you had. This helped me get my CFW bolt working. My recoil rod was a little too long and I couldn't get the upper to fit with the CFW bolt installed. A little work with a file fixed it right up. Good Customer Service. The M11/9 CFW bolt is by far the best accessory I have ever bought for my M11/9. It's like buying an Uzi for less then $900. I also like the nice tube you sent my CFW bolt it. I have my OEM bolt in it now. I don't think the OEM bolt will see much use now. Good luck with the 380 and 45 bolts.

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    Add me to the .380 list

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    I can pre-pay for a tungsten M-10 bolt.

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    No prepayments for any bolts of any caliber or platform will be excepted, but thanks for the offer.

    For those wanting to be added to the .380 CF-W bolt list, please use this link and follow the instructions. Thanks for your interest!
    http://www.uzitalk.com/forums/showth...Cf-w+wait+list
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    Will there be a notification when the list reaches or exceeds 50?

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    Is there a list for the 45 bolt? I would like to get on it.

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    The *only* wait list is for the .380 M-11 bolt. We currently have 40 people who have emailed a request to be added, and I have responded to each person via email. The plan is to have one single run of 50 CF-W bolts made, but that could go up to 60 or so. A minimum of 50 CF-W bolts need to be made for the numbers to work, but manufacturing an additional 50 bolts doesn't cut the production costs a penny. The market is simply too small to manufacture large numbers of these, and I'm unwilling to sit on a pile of expensive, unsold .380 bolts for several years.

    I did some limited testing yesterday. It's close, but still not 100% reliable. The first round was easily stripped and fired from a full 30 round Zmag. Feeding from a converted Madsen mag sucked, but works perfectly with the 9mm CF-W bolt. Testing needs to include using most magazine variations so consumers will receive the best possible product.

    Over the weekend, I found an ammo can filled with Silver Bear .380acp. I was very pleased with its performance and found singles were super easy to pull. Different brands of ammo change the ROF and reliability more than one might expect.

    It's still early, but the ability for end users to adjust the ROF by swapping different recoil springs or clipping coils from their springs may not be an option with the .380 bolts as it is with the current 9mm bolt. The bolt may be a one speed affair that only changes with the ammo being used.

    Thanks to everyone for their continued patience.
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    Just keep us posted here when you can from time to time? I know you have a FB page but I'm really not a FB kinda guy. Thanks for not giving up on this project.
    "All that is necessary for evil to triumph, is for good men to do NOTHING!"
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    Thanks for the update. Any theory as to why it's so different from the 11/9?

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    Vegas, good to know we are getting closer to production. I'm already on the list and waiting patiently. As Jack007 said, just update us when you can.

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    The shorter stroke and less powerful .380acp round.
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