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View Poll Results: Any interest in a CFW Slowfire M10/45 or M11/380 bolts

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  • CFW M10\45 BOLT

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

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    There should be 41 people on that list bud

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    Quote Originally Posted by attherange View Post
    There should be 41 people on that list bud
    Did you email me your information and request to be added?

    I've had three people email me more than once requesting to be placed on the wait list. I'm sure they'll be a few extra bolts when the money call comes, but I'll add your name tonight. You'll receive an email confirmation.

    Edited; Done and done! Check your email sir.
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    Got it sir. Thanks

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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.
    Vegas, just curious if you had any new updates for us on the CF-W .380 bolt?

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    It's a good time for an M-11 CF-W bolt update!
    A new draft of the bolt with a couple of key changes was completed last week. Tonight I emailed the files to have a 3D model made. This model is required so the new design changes can be physically verified prior to making another *very* expensive prototype tungsten bolt. It will probably take ten days to two weeks for delivery of this 3D model. If everything checks out, a new CF-W bolt will be machined from heavy tungsten alloy and another round of testing will begin. I'm guardedly optimistic we've got another winner. If all goes well, I'd say commercial production *could* begin by May.

    Coffee Freak continues to offer his sage advise, guidance, humors me, and plays a very important and active role in product development of his brain child. Thank you sir!
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    Thanks for the update Vegas. And thanks to you and Coffee for not giving up on this project. If any platform truly needs a CF-W bolt, it's these little .380 buzz guns.

    On a side note, I took the M11/Nine to the range today and fired the OEM bolt and then the 9mm CF-W bolt. I continue to me amazed at how awesome the CF-W is. I can pretty much stay on target with the OEM bolt but, my groups are a lot tighter and there's less drama with the CF-W bolt.

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    I'm definitely in for an M10/45 slow fire bolt.
    Last edited by 300LW; 03-09-2017 at 08:19 AM.

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    Vegas, has testing begun on the second prototype? Did the 3D model check out OK? Inquiring minds want to know.

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    The 3D model revealed a couple of the changes were spot on, and a 2nd prototype has been ordered.
    Sadly, it's not been machined yet, but delivery should be very soon.
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    i will take a M10/45 bolt if you build it

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    bumping for a status update. Curious how the second prototype turned out.. Thanks

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    Stay tuned. Update coming maybe next week.

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    I'd be interested in a m10/45 bolt. Also CoffeeFreak I'm in Richmond if you ever do a test run of these like you did for the m11.

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    Honestly, I'd buy 2 M10/45 bolts

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    Knock Knock.

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    In for 1 M10/45 bolt.

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    In for 1 M10/45 bolt

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    Updates?? 380 or 45 bolts?

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    I'll take a M10/9MM bolt

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    I'll take a M10/9MM bolt also

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