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The Italian Screw Machine nears Completion

 
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Old 04-17-2011, 09:02 PM
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Load,
Expanded code...I have no idea of what that is. . . Maybe your son can give me some pointer......Really. I'm going to switch to a "C" type code. I better understand that kind of language. Plus its more flexible.

Shorty,

The much more rough (inconsistent) ones I shot for terminal performance were sporting accurate @ 200 yds, around MOA and terminally spot on.

Some will be in the air in the near future so we'll see about the "in the field" bc.
i'm not much to do on this nxt stuff however when i see him programming there is a drop down list of "connections" you use to "wire" the boxes together. when he takes pics of his "code" he always closes them to look more like the pics you have. just curious was all :(
neat idea i like it

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Roy,

You're having way too much fun than perhaps you are allowed to.

Keep up the good work though, cheers!

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Re: The Italian Screw Machine nears Completion

i would like to see that machine make the studs for quick attack stony point bipods,,,,
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i would like to see that machine make the studs for quick attack stony point bipods,,,,
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i would like to see that machine make the studs for quick attack stony point bipods,,,,
Made a visit to a machine shop this morning. I'd rather have one of these "Swiss" screw machines instead of a new super hooty custom rifle. However, the less expensive machine was $145,000.00. The more expensive one was $250,000.00.

Here's what they turn out by the hundreds. This shop makes parts for outdoor equipment.
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The innards. These are sweet
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Way cool to watch these thing work. Way better than TV (Click on it)
http://s12.photobucket.com/albums/a243/royinidaho/Video%20Album/?action=view&current=MVI_1473.mp4
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Looks good, Roy! Hope they work for you! Jon
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