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    Quote Originally Posted by m11stuff@hotmail.com View Post
    We have done one color, once. Jackie has a red MAX-11S. Looks cool, but the red color shows carbon, grease and oil staining easily. Lighter colors would show it even worse. It's tough to coordinate manufacturing a couple of uppers being a different color and then the color is not perfect for what the customer was expecting. And getting repeatable color is almost impossible. Best bet for getting a different colored upper is to send it out for Cerakoting.
    This is the exact reason my anodizer has decided to stop offering colors and does Model T colors (black).

    That said I'd totally buy a blue or green upper

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    Any chance for a M-10/9 Select Fire Competition Trigger or M-10/9 Full Auto Only Competition Trigger now?

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    Very nice, but it NEEDS to be in .45 ACP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tReznr View Post
    Any chance for a M-10/9 Select Fire Competition Trigger or M-10/9 Full Auto Only Competition Trigger now?
    The M-10 triggers are on a "To Do" list.
    Richard Lage
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    Sent email for the "list" this morning.

    You do know Richard you are about to make the AMP and sabre totally valueless.

    I may have waited 3+ years for this but it's gonna be worth it.
    Might as well just st8ck me on the MAC 10 list for the ar type upper

    Rich

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    Damn, I sent the email and already #36 on the list.

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    He have added the MAX-10/31 uppers to our Products Page on our website. They are under "New Products". You will find a description of theMAX-10/31 here.
    You can also click a button here to be added to the waiting list for these uppers.

    Here is a link to the page:
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    AWESOME!!!----after i bought my Mac10/45 i kinda regretted not buying a M11 because of the max11-31......then i found my Amp 10 and was happy......now im MUCH HAPPIER....i know now i made the right choice!!

    thank you and keep the new uppers going!

    email sent

    ps...why dont the 31 round soumi sticks work?...i believe they work in my amp

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjm204 View Post
    Damn, I sent the email and already #36 on the list.
    Damn I sent mine in at 4:30 am est and got # 41.

    Guess I need to get up earlier!
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    ps...why dont the 31 round soumi sticks work?...i believe they work in my amp
    Because it's quality made by Lage not some fly by night rip off company.

    Note what it does use for feeding systems?
    The best of the best... Drums, coffins, and Marty's Zmags. Your looking at 50 to 71 rounds per load up.
    It seems to me that with the ability to pull singles, the 600 ROF, and the capacity, it's built for competition not a bloated boat anchor.

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    hey----just asking.....i got a few of the soumi stick mags and i thought they locked in the exact same way a coffin and drum did.....curious more about what makes it different

    and yes the amp 10 is a boat anchor....or if your strong enough to shoot it--a buzz saw that has 0 kick.....also smokey as hell.....with a suppressor i had to stop at a 50 round dump because i could no longer see!!!!

    i dont know about the Zmags yet because i havent needed to....guess ill check them out

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    Cant wait to see photo's from all sides... especially the left side. Looks pretty skinny in the front just like the M11's model.
    yet I don't see it taper down equal from both sides
    Wondering if this is a normal MAX-31 mk2 right side with a bulged left side to take up the fat mac's girth.

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    I got on the list as soon as I saw Richard posting his video on the Lage Facebook page. I am lucky to be number 8 on the list. I have a brand new M10/9MK2 upper that I have yet to even test fire. I may sell that one for this new one that I am waiting for. Should be a lot of fun when it arrives. I just purchased 8 Suomi drums this afternoon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heavy Gear View Post
    Cant wait to see photo's from all sides... especially the left side. Looks pretty skinny in the front just like the M11's model.
    yet I don't see it taper down equal from both sides
    Wondering if this is a normal MAX-31 mk2 right side with a bulged left side to take up the fat mac's girth.
    The MAX-10/31 is basically a MAX-31 morphed to a MAX-10. It is skinny along the whole length of the top and forward of the M-10 lower receiver. It is symetrical.
    Richard Lage
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    Another perfectly executed product from Lage Mfg!! Can't wait to add this to my Mac collection!

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    I'm no. 67. I hope the first run of uppers is 100.

    Next list to start would be for the MAX-41a. THAT is the list I want to be single digit on.
    Last edited by PDXsparky; 02-22-2017 at 10:24 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Battering ram NIB View Post
    ps...why dont the 31 round soumi sticks work?...i believe they work in my amp
    The main reason is that the magwell is angled slightly for better feeding from the the single feed mags. With the DF mags, the rear of the case sits a little too low for the bolt to reliability catch and chamber the round.
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    Quote Originally Posted by m11stuff@hotmail.com View Post
    The MAX-10/31 is basically a MAX-31 morphed to a MAX-10. It is skinny along the whole length of the top and forward of the M-10 lower receiver. It is symetrical.
    Does it use the same M11/9-Max31 bolt?

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    Nope, it needs to be wider at the bottom for the sear catch and trip. Imagine a MAX-31 bolt with "wings" on the bottom.
    Richard Lage
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    I'm on the list too.

    Where's a good place to buy nice drums and what's a good price point?
    Thanks all.

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