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16 May 2013 - 06:56 AMSaturday at noon on CBS Sports Network.
15 May 2013 - 12:20 PMSome interesting stuff here about what it takes for BL to make his guns, and the market situation faced by a small company manufacturing in the US in 2013.
08 May 2013 - 02:05 PMI hope this is stupid/easy. I've installed a new vertical ASA on my Prostock, and now the macro fitting doesn't come out the back toward the grip. Is there an easy/good way to rotate the reg, so that it will be fully screwed in AND the fitting will be in the right place? Pictures tell the story:
Vertical ASA #1, with macro fitting where it belongs:
Vertical ASA #2 (new), with macro fitting headed off into the ether:
Note that although there are two ports on the reg for the macro, neither is positioned correctly with the new vertical ASA. Even with the vertical ASA angled backwards, the ports still don't line up. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
05 October 2012 - 11:32 AMI have an '05 Prostock pump that I'd like to have anodized. It is currently an unfortunate shade of orange, which I believe was the stock color. When I bought the gun, it came with the stock stovepipe feedneck and 12" barrel. I never use either of these when I play, having swapped in a clamping feedneck and my Freak barrel. Here's my question: which parts to anodize? I'm definitely doing the body, grip, back block, vertical ASA, and reg. If you were me, would you also do the stock feedneck and barrel? Would you consider doing the Freak front or back and the clamping feedneck? Assume the cost per piece is $15-$20. Which pieces and why or why not? If it makes a difference, I'm not planning on selling this gun any time soon.
Thanks for any ideas.