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    Quote Originally Posted by Sid T. View Post
    If there's a chance of one for a Fat Mac I definitely want one.
    ME 2!!

    Rich

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    I am definitely interested in this as well.

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    I am in as well

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    Thanks guys, you're on. Working with the engineer on how much we can share in the next update, and I'll try to get into a regular update schedule.

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    I'm also interested. I like seeing this project progress!

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    Thanks erwos- good news on this front. Engineer time has been split on another project but that other project wrapped up so we should see things pick up a tad.

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    I may of missed this what's the feed mech.?

    Belted 50 links or mags?

    Either is fine I have both ( if mags/drums are saiga) just wondering.

    Looking forward to this moving along.
    Think the hardest part of this project will be the BATFE wait time approval.

    Rich

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    Rich, currently building for Saiga mags and drums- also looking to thread the barrel for compatibility w Saiga chokes/ compensators etc.. I'll wait for this thing to be in everyone's hands before deciding what part was hardest

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    Cross section view of the bolt components & barrel, prior to the housing being extended.. Next week, additional bolt components will be added in.

    Last edited by rybread; 09-17-2017 at 09:23 AM. Reason: updates

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    Sunday morning update

    A closer look at the bolt delay mechanism- a Pederson type delay.



    Link to a good video on these, demo is at ~5:50.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CdOiQli7e5E

    The intent here is you will still get healthy recoil but wear and tear on the lower will be mitigated (much more so than with an open bolt).

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    Thanks for sharing design work as you can. You're still keeping the dream alive of a F/A 12G!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwarnick1 View Post
    Thanks for sharing design work as you can. You're still keeping the dream alive of a F/A 12G!
    Time to make more unicorns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rybread View Post
    Time to make more unicorns.
    Can I get my unicorn with rainbows?

    Rich

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    Quote Originally Posted by root View Post
    Can I get my unicorn with rainbows?

    Rich
    Ehhhhh.. I'm going to say no for now.. but you're welcome to customize!

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    LOL
    It's a saying of mine.

    "The world isn't made or glitter and sunshine or rainbows and unicorns."

    I mostly say it to the liberal panty waste liberals when they start spewing their shit.

    I know you were referring to the 1100 thread in GF( still watching the entire R&R No.1 vid )

    Any ways keep the updates coming the masses don't want the FA shotgun we NEED IT!

    I'm also thinking the S12 drums/mags are a great way to go. Not just because I have a pile of them but they are rather cheap.

    I know other then the lame rainbow joke I've not made any request but one I do have is.

    Once it's close to being ready let us all know like Lage does.
    Keeps me from having to scramble for hobby money or sell other hobby stuff to put it in my hands.

    Other then that one request just keep up the hard work.

    Rich

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    You got it. The play by play will be right here, so you'll know about as soon as I know!

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    Fitting extended assembly to lower- purely functional stage of design, but potential dimensions coming into focus- lots of detail work remains! Open to feed back or suggestions- making unicorns here, so anything goes. My vote would be top rail and integrated M240/Browning type tripod mount.


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    Setup for AA sites it's a shotgun after all!

    I have a home made pintle for my 1919 that allows me to drop it into anything with a hole 1/2 or bigger so maybe a front pintle ear mount.
    My pintle works good for just setting up on decks,saw horses, logs or about anything you can drill a 1/2 inch hole in with a cordless drill, and keeps from dragging the tripod around.

    Also maybe a mount for that chainsaw front grip that goes over the top to shoot it from the hip again it's a shotgun so point of aim hip shooting is a must with this thing.
    More so with the 20 rnd drum.

    Just throwing it out there!

    Rich

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    I suggest a section of rail on the bottom close to the center of balance, and then the user can put on a LOCJAW (Aristotle Engineering) or other mount for the tripod of their choice. I've got LOCJAWs on three of my long uppers -- this photo shows one of my FM9 with full auto host... a simple but elegant solution for mounting to tripods.

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    KNS makes a picatinny rail to MG42/MG3 AA tripod adapter. I like the AA tripod because I can stand up instead of sitting down to use it. Vegas showed me the trick of pulling the elevation pin and rotating 180 degrees. That limits the elevation to about 30 degrees from horizontal. Then I make the back end a couple of lbs heavy. So when I am not shooting the gun isn't pointed at the ground or 85 degrees up.

    Scott

    ETA the MG3 AA tripod is also very light and cheap.

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