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Posted 12/26/2007 4:52:38 PM


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Posted 12/27/2007 10:11:42 PM


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WHAT?? A finished project on CLTC?? You and Rusty are setting DANGEROUS precedents, my friend... Very nicely done.

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Posted 3/21/2008 4:34:33 AM
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I had to join the site just to be able to ask you a question! Boooo! (lol)
Anyhoo~ How much would it cost me if I were to ask you to make one of those again. Only... This time so I could buy it. Unless you know of any place I could get ahold of one similar. O_O

Thanks in advance! ^_^


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Posted 3/21/2008 7:06:46 AM


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Ok, please dont take offense to this, but judging by that screen name, does that mean we finally have a woman member finally registered here on CLTC?

I think i remember Doo Hee asking many moons ago if we had any lady members on the board, lol.

Don Currie likes to steal my work!

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Posted 3/21/2008 9:28:17 AM


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Hmmmmmmmm, I think I had about $100 in materials and it took quite a few hours. It wouldn't be cheap. I'll figure up a price and let you know.

Thanks for the interest

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Posted 3/22/2008 12:39:37 AM
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I'd actually be interested in something similar... its not too expensive I may ask for a commission as well. If that isn't possible I might ask for a list of materials used and how to assemble it. Your posts are helpful but not all that specific. Any information you could share would be greatly appreciated.

Edit: In addition, My girlfriend was wondering how your wife managed to sew the spandex suit together... any tips or tricks on that would also be useful. Sorry to be a bother. Thanks.
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Posted 3/22/2008 10:11:44 AM


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If I were to make more I would charge $600.00

S Mazl, my wife doesn't have the costume made yet. Hopefully by halloween. But you should ask the people at Gotham Public Works Her coustume is the best I've seen.

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Posted 3/22/2008 12:29:25 PM
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Thanks for the tip. Would you be willing to divulge how exactly you built the gun?
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Posted 3/22/2008 7:28:45 PM


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I guess if you have any specific questions go ahead and ask.

With this sort of build you kind of need to just get your base gun and see what you have to do to make it work.

The gun I started with was a "Gammo R-77 Tactical Air Revolver" and the cylinder and barrel dimensions are both 3.5"x3.5". I think all the little screws and bolts were a 6-32 thread size. and the larger rod that runs through the barrel and attaches to the block of aluminum I added above the hammer area has a 1/4-20 thread size. The aluminum stock that supports the barrel is 3/4"x3/4".

 I think if you get the donor gun and then read through the thread and study the pictures it will make more sense. And again if you have specific questions, ask.

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Posted 3/23/2008 12:14:32 PM
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Thanks very much! Im excited to give this a shot.
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