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Well, Frankenpistol is just about where it needs to be, IMO, so I thought I'd post a before and after picture for all who are interested.





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[This message has been edited by El Roto (edited 09-04-2001).]
 

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Wow! that looks great! Did you do play Egore in this transformation
Where did you get the stainless grip screw bushings? I like how the after picture was taken on the leather jacket, looks awesome!
 

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Emmo,

I merely financed the work, although I did install the "grip" tape on the front strap. What a job! heh

The SS bushings came with the grip stocks; they're the ones Mad Dog came out with early this year.

That jacket is my favorite piece of clothing, bar none, but there's only about 15 days a year in Dallas that I can wear it without melting.


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Nice transformation!

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El Roto - looks great! How does she work?

Good Shooting! NAA.

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Your experiment turned out great. Hey, does that jacket adequately conceal your hump as well


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Move to Michigan and you can live in your jacket 8 months a year!

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NAA, if I do my part, Frankenpistol is downright scary (boo!) hehe. It's very reliable and accurate as all get out. About the only thing it doesn't do is police its brass.


Hero, I asked you never to ask about my hump when we're online!

Brent, I hear ya, but I've lost all of my internal anti-freeze after 8+ years in Dallas. Hell, 72 degrees Farenheit is *chilly* to me now. How sad is that?

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