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tenpercentfirearms
06-07-2007, 5:52 PM
The CALGUNS lowers are finally here. I am giving a few of the priority order guys a last chance to get their requests in, but no matter what these lowers will be going on sale Monday 6/11/07 at 6PM at www.tenpercentfirearms.com.

Here is the deal. We have run serial numbers SB23-0001 through SB23-0100. Some of those numbers are taken, but the ones that are not, you can request for no extra charge. If these 100 sell out quickly, then we will start the next batch of SB23-0101 through SB23-0200. We will keep doing this as long as people want these lowers.

If you would like to pay a non-refundable deposit on a future lower serial number, you can do that at this time. If you want say SB23-0223, put that in the notes section of your online order. If we get to the third batch of lowers, you get that lower. If we do not get to the third batch, then you will get a remaining lower to finish out the run. The odds of getting to the 200s would probably be good.

Please be sure in the notes section to state which dealer you want your lower sent to or if you are going to do local DROS. The price is as follows.

1 lower = $225 each tax and shipping included.
2 lowers = $215 each tax and shipping included.
3+ lowers = $200 each tax and shipping included.

Remember, $10 of every lower goes to Kestryll for the upkeep of Calguns.net.

First order gets first pick of serial numbers. I will contact you if the serial number you requested is no longer available. There will be no pre-orders. All orders begin Monday 6/11/07 at 6PM.

If your friends want two and you order three sent to your FFL, it doesn't matter to me as long as they are all placed on one credit card order.

For more information see the CALGUNS LOWERS (http://www.tenpercentfirearms.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=9&products_id=289) at my website.

The first 25 lowers are marked like the top lower in the picture below and the last 75 are stamped like the bottom lower. The next batch will probably be a hybrid of the two.

http://i53.photobucket.com/albums/g52/elrojo14/sb23ab.jpg

http://i53.photobucket.com/albums/g52/elrojo14/sb23b.jpg

If you have any questions e-mail us at guns@tenpercentfirearms.com.

Nefarious
06-07-2007, 5:54 PM
NICE!
I better think of a meaningful SN quick

Tweak338
06-07-2007, 7:29 PM
I would love to have 19 for my 19th birthday.. I turn 19 on the 19th..
wow thats a lot of 19's there..

It's great that they are finally here. Can't wait til Monday at 6pm, I'll be waiting..

PanzerAce
06-07-2007, 8:06 PM
dayum....if only I wasn't broke right now :(

hoffmang
06-07-2007, 8:24 PM
dayum....if only I wasn't broke right now :(

But you can just be more broke for longer at 18% :devil2:

-Gene

SemiAutoSam
06-07-2007, 8:37 PM
18% ? Dammm somebody is getting bent over.


But you can just be more broke for longer at 18% :devil2:

-Gene

Kestryll
06-08-2007, 11:02 AM
Oh yeah!
It's time to build an OLL!
:D

tenpercentfirearms
06-08-2007, 11:45 AM
Oh yeah!
It's time to build an OLL!
:D

That top lower is yours!!!

SemiAutoSam
06-08-2007, 11:52 AM
Wes
Make mine with all 0000's

GTKrockeTT
06-08-2007, 12:32 PM
That top lower is yours!!!

favoritism!!!!:D

bonjing
06-08-2007, 1:40 PM
That top lower is yours!!!

your giving him the the one with the scratch in it??:p shame on you. but i'll take that blemished one off your hands though :drool5:

Prc329
06-08-2007, 2:29 PM
Wait till I do my build. It is gonna be sick.

hoffmang
06-08-2007, 2:52 PM
At least one of these will have to be in 6.8SPC for me.

-Gene

duenor
06-08-2007, 9:16 PM
a few questions

at 200-225 each these are considerably pricier than the STAGs. However, I am willing to pay that much if:

1. a certain amount goes to support calguns.net
2. receivers are mil-spec in every way and are of excellent quality

please let me know, Tenpercent.

Prc329
06-08-2007, 9:25 PM
a few questions

at 200-225 each these are considerably pricier than the STAGs. However, I am willing to pay that much if:

1. a certain amount goes to support calguns.net
2. receivers are mil-spec in every way and are of excellent quality

please let me know, Tenpercent.

Did you read the post?

Kestryll
06-09-2007, 4:44 PM
a few questions

at 200-225 each these are considerably pricier than the STAGs. However, I am willing to pay that much if:

1. a certain amount goes to support calguns.net
2. receivers are mil-spec in every way and are of excellent quality

please let me know, Tenpercent.

I can't answer the mil-spec question but as far as helping the board, yes that has been set up.
As Wes said, a portion does go directly to supporting Calguns. Also there are other benefits that have been taken in to account as well such as advertising and dissemination of the name and trademark to increase the forums membership base. The more members we have the more informed firearms owners there are and the more we can work together to change the laws in our State.

Wes has been in contact with me throughout the whole development process, which means I've been anxiously awaiting these for a long time! :D

duenor
06-09-2007, 8:13 PM
I did read the post. I reiterated my question on board funding since I felt that $10 was not enough.

However, Kest has made an excellent point - the name recognition is worth far more to the board and to the cause than an additional $10.

Okay, if TPF will give his word that these are mil spec I will want receiver #007 , #050, or #079 (in that order)

kev

Tweak338
06-09-2007, 8:27 PM
I did read the post. I reiterated my question on board funding since I felt that $10 was not enough.

However, Kest has made an excellent point - the name recognition is worth far more to the board and to the cause than an additional $10.

Okay, if TPF will give his word that these are mil spec I will want receiver #007 , #050, or #079 (in that order)

kev

You should request the Serial# you would like when you order them Monday at 6PM. Simply asking for it in the forums doesn't reserver it for you..

Satex
06-09-2007, 8:53 PM
A bit pricey - but very cool!

tenpercentfirearms
06-09-2007, 9:00 PM
The manufacturer claims they are not 100% mil-spec. He supposedly tightened up a few tolerances so they are supposed to be better than mil-spec. I haven't built one yet as mine is currently sitting on top of my TV in my living room, but the sample he sent me a month or two ago built perfectly.

duenor
06-10-2007, 1:51 AM
TPF, any way you can find out which tolerances he tightened? you must understand that "not mil-spec" might make one a bit anxious.. some reassurance that all the out of spec changes are positive and in no way limiting the build potential of the rifle would be very nice.

Tweak338
06-10-2007, 2:00 AM
Duenor,
:xeno:(finally got to use it :D)

found this from the first post about Centermass from SAS.
I mill my recievers to 1/3 of Colts factory mil-spec tolerances. I use 7071-T6 alloy forgings. I use an upgraded anodize QQP class2 type 3 which gives a nice satin finish.

Most recievers on the market have very loose tolerances and are only anodized with a QQP class 2 type 2 which gives a powdery matte finish. I mill my recievers to a step above a mill spec reciever.

The term mil-spec is a very over used word and nothing out on the market is really mil-spec unless it has select fire capabilities.

diegojosh
06-10-2007, 5:17 AM
favoritism!!!!:D
+1...

tenpercentfirearms
06-11-2007, 5:51 PM
This is a time check post. The lowers will go on sale in about 9 minutes. Please note the serial numbers that have been sold have been updated. You can also phone in your order, but if I am taking orders and it goes to voice mail, just leave a message with your info to get your spot in line.

The lowers are now up for sale. Just follow the directions in the item description when ordering. Thank you.

http://www.tenpercentfirearms.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=289

Jicko
06-11-2007, 6:25 PM
Hey guys, which one you like more? The top or the bottom?

Prc329
06-11-2007, 6:58 PM
I like the top. Ordered mine 4 minutes after they went on sale.

slick_711
06-11-2007, 8:33 PM
I'd like to make a friendly and polite "demand" of Wes... in the (I know, very unlikely) event that hundreds of these things sell like hotcakes (even if it's a long while down the road) I want SB23-711. :cool2:

I'm going to have to order one of these earlier ones as well I guess.

Edit:

K, order placed. I'm going to try to go through my work for a RRA Varmint upper @ employee pricing (can you blame me?) as this will be a long range build, but if that doesn't work out you'll be seeing another order from me for upper/parts/etc. Thanks for all your work setting this run of lowers up Wes, I think they were a great idea and I'll shoot it proudly. :)

wheelgunner
06-12-2007, 9:04 PM
Only 22 out of 100 purchased so far. :confused:

I expected more by now, especially since the design posts went to 31 pages.

I got mine!:43:

MonsterMan
06-12-2007, 10:07 PM
I got mine too. I got to see it today and they are VERY cool. Nice quality.

Thanks Wes. I can't wait to build it up. :)

Hunter
06-13-2007, 2:53 PM
Only 22 out of 100 purchased so far. :confused:

I expected more by now, especially since the design posts went to 31 pages.

I got mine!:43:


Looks like only 37 sold so far.

rips31
06-13-2007, 4:04 PM
thanks, wes! always a pleasure.

Prc329
06-13-2007, 11:20 PM
Mine ships tomorrow :)

toolman9000
06-14-2007, 8:36 PM
Holy Calguns Batman!!!!

http://img486.imageshack.us/img486/5950/calguns2jw1.jpg

http://img227.imageshack.us/img227/6065/calguns1sw9.jpg

I picked up my lower today, and yes, I did DROS early with one extra longgun if Wes got these in time... and HOLY COW I was 72 hours from my final pickup day! Wes, you came trough like a champ!

The lower was easy to put together, nice tight fit with my Noveske upper - no slop. Just like it should be.

Nice smooth finish, and the roll mark blew Ade away - said it's the coolest looking lower he has seen!

Thanks Ten Percent Firearms for following through and doing this for the Calguns community.

All the best,
toolman9000

pummel
06-14-2007, 10:07 PM
Wes, you wouldn't happen to know of an FFL in Fresno to ship that purty lower to would ya? I have the money, just not the time to go down to Bakersfield and get it there. Help me out!

tenpercentfirearms
06-14-2007, 10:23 PM
There was a guy in Clovis. I don't remember who he was. Anyone know anyone in Fresno, hit this guy up.

Ok, so now you guys know they build well, so stop waiting and start buying!

And for a second I forgot I sent that one out and was a little shocked to see one built so soon! Thanks Toolman for posting that up.

Prc329
06-14-2007, 10:43 PM
Hey, that's not SB23-23 is it :D

tenpercentfirearms
06-14-2007, 10:59 PM
Hey, that's not SB23-23 is it :D

Yes it is SB23-23. Don't confuse it with SB23-0023 though. :confused:

toolman9000
06-14-2007, 11:06 PM
Photoshop is cool!

Prc329
06-14-2007, 11:08 PM
Yes it is SB23-23. Don't confuse it with SB23-0023 though. :confused:

I was just teasing. I know you got my back. I got a Mod 0 planned for that bad boy on a tight budget. Well I can spend quite a bit but I want to see if I can get the look with really good performance on a budget.

slick_711
06-14-2007, 11:16 PM
I was just teasing. I know you got my back. I got a Mod 0 planned for that bad boy on a tight budget. Well I can spend quite a bit but I want to see if I can get the look with really good performance on a budget.

Lol, smarter than me, I'm on a tight budget so I've already dropped big $$$ on all the exact parts and quality stuff I wanted. Tried to find deals and what not, but on my budget I should've been piecing this thing together for the next 4 months. :D

Wes I got an e-mail that you were waiting on an FFL from the shop I suggested, I only suggested them because they received my other OLL oh so long ago from CWS, I'll pick it up wherever you want if that makes it easier on you. ;)

Liberty1
06-15-2007, 8:17 PM
Bought one and reserved one! Thanks, Wess they look great!

Wizard99
06-15-2007, 9:14 PM
I was going to place an order but somebody already got SN 0099.

scoutpup99
06-16-2007, 3:58 PM
I am a home based FFL dealer in Wildomar, CA and I will do any legal transfer.
Give me a call for address and directions.

Daniel Pennington
Pennington Firearms
Wildomar, CA
951-757-9791
951-246-1796 FAX

tenpercentfirearms
06-16-2007, 4:39 PM
I am a home based FFL dealer in Wildomar, CA and I will do any legal transfer.
Give me a call for address and directions.

Daniel Pennington
Pennington Firearms
Wildomar, CA
951-757-9791
951-246-1796 FAX

Fax me your FFL Daniel and I will use you for anyone out that direction. 661 765-9355

slick_711
06-16-2007, 10:17 PM
I was going to place an order but somebody already got SN 0099.

Thats no excuse not to buy one!! :confused: Think of a different number. I want 711 lol, but I bought one of these ones anyway.

mcubed4130
06-20-2007, 6:55 PM
Thats no excuse not to buy one!! :confused: Think of a different number. I want 711 lol, but I bought one of these ones anyway.

I'm in the same boat.... if I wait till SB23-4130 is available, I may not get my rifle till... what next month? :D ok, maybe a bit longer than next month... :rolleyes:

-M3

SemiAutoSam
06-20-2007, 7:12 PM
Ill get mine way before you get yours.

I'm holding out for SB23-666.

I'm in the same boat.... if I wait till SB23-4130 is available, I may not get my rifle till... what next month? :D ok, maybe a bit longer than next month... :rolleyes:

-M3

New Shooter II
06-20-2007, 8:44 PM
I want SB23-5150


Don

SemiAutoSam
06-20-2007, 8:51 PM
Hey that one should be mine as its the name that emblazoned on the back of my boat.

http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j184/mag-lock/sangerrear.jpg

I want SB23-5150


Don

triggerhappy
06-20-2007, 9:20 PM
That's awesome! Looks like I need to find a local OLL friendly dealer. Offhand, does anyone know of one in Monterey Co?

wheelgunner
07-06-2007, 6:09 AM
tenpercentfirearms, how are the sales going?

Those of you that got your lower receivers POST PICS!:D

NorCalRifleman
07-15-2007, 1:18 AM
Wow, I've been away too long. It's nice to see that the lowers are in production and on the market finally. I can't wait to see some builds. I'm still in the sandbox, so I'll have to wait until I get home (hopefully in time to buy myself a CALGUNS OLL for Christmas). I must have missed the post, but what's with the other CALGUNS OLL on sale for $170? Is that a different design?

wheelgunner
07-15-2007, 12:36 PM
Has anyone actually received their lowers yet?

hoffmang
07-15-2007, 1:26 PM
Mine have been in DROS land for a while - too busy to go pick 'em up.

-Gene

toolman9000
07-15-2007, 2:40 PM
http://img486.imageshack.us/img486/5950/calguns2jw1.jpg

http://img227.imageshack.us/img227/6065/calguns1sw9.jpg



Here is mine from an earlier post...

Prc329
07-15-2007, 2:43 PM
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v425/naytwan/IMG_0074-1.jpg

She builds up very good.

tenpercentfirearms
07-15-2007, 11:43 PM
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v425/naytwan/IMG_0074-1.jpg

She builds up very good.

Man that is evil. Did I ever mention Prc329 is my favorite online customer?

Prc329
07-16-2007, 8:53 AM
Since it is the calguns lower I gotta make it more evil. Maybe add a bayonet :)

wheelgunner
07-16-2007, 6:33 PM
Hey toolman9000, that's not a real CalGun's lower is it?

The serial number only has 2 numerical digits and the others I have seen have 4 numerical digits, so I am guessing as stated before that it is a photoshop job.

So anyone finish a reaol Calgun's Lower? Post yur pics.:43:

tenpercentfirearms
07-16-2007, 7:09 PM
Hey toolman9000, that's not a real CalGun's lower is it?

The serial number only has 2 numerical digits and the others I have seen have 4 numerical digits, so I am guessing as stated before that it is a photoshop job.

So anyone finish a reaol Calgun's Lower? Post yur pics.:43:

I do beleive that photoshop job was done to protect his true identity. However, seeing how there are only 100 of them and I list the ones taken, you might still be able to make a good guess at his serial number. :D

jmlivingston
07-16-2007, 7:44 PM
What's that scope and mount setup on PRC329's build? That looks nice!

John

toolman9000
07-16-2007, 7:48 PM
It's a real calguns lower I just fussed with those four digits on the photoshop... From the rollmark you know its #25 or lower...

http://img337.imageshack.us/img337/1495/calguns3gr7.jpg

Now on the picture above you can enter your own special serial number just take a silver sharpie and write it on your computer screen.

:hurray:

But seriously this is the coolest lower I own!

hoffmang
07-16-2007, 7:51 PM
Prc's is not evil. Wait until I build my 6.8SPC w/ all features except grenade launcher and the we'll have evil!

-Gene

toolman9000
07-16-2007, 8:00 PM
From my count it looks like there are only 53 Calguns lowers left.

:eek:

Prc329
07-17-2007, 12:51 PM
What's that scope and mount setup on PRC329's build? That looks nice!

John

The mount is a Larue tactical SPR Mount and the Scope is a Millet DMS-1. I was not to sure of what to think about the scope until my last range trip. Now I really like it. I was looking to build something to eventually do a 3-gun with and wanted a "full featured" gun. Hence the use of the forward grip and the type of glass.

jmlivingston
07-17-2007, 1:12 PM
I just looked up that scope, very nice! How do you like that reticle?

Prc329
07-18-2007, 8:34 AM
It takes a little getting used to but if you have used an EOtech you will like it.

tenpercentfirearms
08-08-2007, 8:36 AM
I can't remember if I mention this, so I need to. It appears that my batch of lowers have some pretty tight tolerances. The only place this has been a problem is with some national match parts kits, specifically the trigger itself. I have had it reported to me and I have experienced this myself.

Basically, the trigger hole (not the pin holes, the actual rectangular, trigger hole) is machined a little too tight, because when the lower is anodized, it adds just enough thickness that when installing a RRA national match trigger, the trigger will not loosely move in the hole and won't reset when installed.

I found that with a very minimal about of filing on the actual lower that this is easily fixed. I am not taking about taking a 1/16" of an inch off, I am talking like minimal filing. Once you file that down, then the trigger moves freely and you are good to go. A customer reported that his standard trigger worked fine, it was the RRA National Match he had trouble with.

As always, Centermass Tactical is saying if you have any troubles with these lowers at all, to send them back to them direct and they will fix them. If they have to destroy yours and make a new one with the same exact serial number they will. I have talked to Robert at Centermass and he has since fixed the problem and opened up the dimensions on that measurement to avoid this problem in the future.

I just wanted to let you guys know. My lower is still sitting above my computer desk unbuilt! I just brought in some S&W rifles so it might remain that way for a while.

hoffmang
08-08-2007, 10:52 AM
Heh... My RRA NM trigger kits just showed up. Thanks for the warning Wes.

-Gene

56Chevy
08-08-2007, 10:57 PM
I can't remember if I mention this, so I need to. It appears that my batch of lowers have some pretty tight tolerances. The only place this has been a problem is with some national match parts kits, specifically the trigger itself. I have had it reported to me and I have experienced this myself.

Basically, the trigger hole (not the pin holes, the actual rectangular, trigger hole) is machined a little too tight, because when the lower is anodized, it adds just enough thickness that when installing a RRA national match trigger, the trigger will not loosely move in the hole and won't reset when installed.

I found that with a very minimal about of filing on the actual lower that this is easily fixed. I am not taking about taking a 1/16" of an inch off, I am talking like minimal filing. Once you file that down, then the trigger moves freely and you are good to go. A customer reported that his standard trigger worked fine, it was the RRA National Match he had trouble with.

As always, Centermass Tactical is saying if you have any troubles with these lowers at all, to send them back to them direct and they will fix them. If they have to destroy yours and make a new one with the same exact serial number they will. I have talked to Robert at Centermass and he has since fixed the problem and opened up the dimensions on that measurement to avoid this problem in the future.

I just wanted to let you guys know. My lower is still sitting above my computer desk unbuilt! I just brought in some S&W rifles so it might remain that way for a while.
The mag well on mine seemed kind of tight. I did a 9mm build, and the conversion block was very tough to get in there. I wound up hammering it in.:D

ar15barrels
08-23-2007, 11:43 PM
I finally got around to ordering a couple of these.

#65 is going to be for my 6.5 Grendel
#68 is going to be for my 6.8 SPC

The two of them should fit nicely in my dual rifle drag bag.
That ought to be a fun war-of-the-rifles once I zip up the bag. :D

maurice05
08-24-2007, 1:18 AM
so how long will i have to wat to get # 521 and #1105 for my daughters birthdays and can i get a payment plan sice were a ways off

tenpercentfirearms
08-24-2007, 6:14 AM
so how long will i have to wat to get # 521 and #1105 for my daughters birthdays and can i get a payment plan sice were a ways off

At this point in time, this is probably going to be it. They have not moved fast enough so I am not that interested in ordering another batch. Now if 500 people put money down, I might change my mind, but I don't see that happening.

You might want to count on there only being SB23-0001 through SB23-0100. 100 of these is probably all that are going to exist.

The mag well on mine seemed kind of tight. I did a 9mm build, and the conversion block was very tough to get in there. I wound up hammering it in.:D

I figured that out the other day too. I was messing with the new C Products 32 round mags so I tried to put a RRA mag block in it and it wasn't going to go. Turned out the mag block needed a pin hammered into it a little farther just to get it into a Spike's lower, but it didn't want to go into the CALGUNS lower. Magazines fit in the well no problem, but the tolerances were too tight for the conversion block.

hoffmang
12-23-2007, 1:08 PM
I finally got around to building both of mine (never know when I might need to build the 49th receiver next year :D ). I built both with RRA two stage triggers. One was just fine and the other was tight. It also looked like there was a bit of extra material on the RRA trigger as well as tightness in the trigger opening of the Centermass.

I built one MMG and one bullet button build out of these and they look and function great.

-Gene

tenpercentfirearms
12-23-2007, 6:38 PM
Gene, you have to take a small file and file the inside of the trigger well of the lower ever so slightly to get rid of that extra anodization so the NM trigger will function correctly. I luckily figured that out early on.

It doesn't take much at all, just a little filing on the lower and that baby will work fine. I just file on the lower as it seems quicker and easier than filing on the trigger.

I haven't seem to have had the problem with the standard triggers.

Robert supposedly fixed that on the new lowers he is sending me. I haven't built any of them yet to find out.

hoffmang
12-23-2007, 7:27 PM
Wes,

That's exactly what I did but I had to try it a couple of times to get enough done. What really sped the process up was to knock just a touch of the weld/seam off the trigger itself where it was clearly binding.

One thing I did find amusing is that the other one worked perfectly. Either way, I'm a happy CGN lower owner now. I had to go ahead and build them so my Milpitas lowers can take up that spot reserved for "unbuilt."

If it weren't for the Milpitas ones I'd probably buy a 'Yote OLL...

-Gene

tenpercentfirearms
12-23-2007, 7:53 PM
Wes,

That's exactly what I did but I had to try it a couple of times to get enough done. What really sped the process up was to knock just a touch of the weld/seam off the trigger itself where it was clearly binding.

One thing I did find amusing is that the other one worked perfectly. Either way, I'm a happy CGN lower owner now. I had to go ahead and build them so my Milpitas lowers can take up that spot reserved for "unbuilt."

If it weren't for the Milpitas ones I'd probably buy a 'Yote OLL...

-Gene
It might be worth it to wait. I have a couple new designs in the works. Some .22 LR that I think some of you are going to really like.

ar15barrels
12-23-2007, 7:54 PM
Gene, you have to take a small file and file the inside of the trigger well of the lower ever so slightly to get rid of that extra anodization so the NM trigger will function correctly. I luckily figured that out early on.

I have not built up 65 or 68 yet, but the 6.8 build was getting a RRA trigger.
I'm not filing on the anodizing, but a pass on the surface grinder ought to get the trigger to fit.
The 6.5 build is getting a Timney trigger.

tenpercentfirearms
12-23-2007, 8:26 PM
I have not built up 65 or 68 yet, but the 6.8 build was getting a RRA trigger.
I'm not filing on the anodizing, but a pass on the surface grinder ought to get the trigger to fit.
The 6.5 build is getting a Timney trigger.

Yeah it is probably going to need something. Filing on that trigger ought to work no problem. Maybe the next one I install I will file the trigger instead of the lower. I am talking so little filing, I never felt bad about filing on the lower.

ar15barrels
12-23-2007, 8:39 PM
Filing on that trigger ought to work no problem. Maybe the next one I install I will file the trigger instead of the lower. I am talking so little filing, I never felt bad about filing on the lower.

This is a file:

http://www.rd.com/images/tfhimport/2000/Apr00_Sharpening_Tools/20000401_Sharpening_Tools_page004img002_size2.jpg

This is a surface grinder:

http://dust-less.com/images/mounted1.jpg

I try to avoid filing when the surface grinder will do SUCH a better job. ;)
m24armorer will be along shortly to extole the virtues of EDM...

hoffmang
12-23-2007, 8:49 PM
Knocking the seam off the trigger was much quicker/easier and I wish I would have gone that way first.

-Gene

tenpercentfirearms
01-09-2008, 10:38 PM
According to my records, I have six lowers left. Six lowers is all that will exist in commercial circulation and then these will most likely be gone forever. Get them while you still can.

http://www.tenpercentfirearms.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=9&products_id=289

jmlivingston
04-07-2008, 10:14 PM
Wes, are these all gone now?

tenpercentfirearms
04-07-2008, 10:19 PM
Pretty much. I have a few left that were reserved for certain people that haven't picked them up yet. Around summer I will get to the point of making sure they are paid for and get them out of my safe.

DedEye
04-08-2008, 1:55 AM
Wes told me I got the last one when I bought it ;).

jmlivingston
04-12-2008, 1:54 PM
Wes, did you get the email I sent you last week?

John

One Shot, One Dropped
07-11-2008, 2:12 PM
So, no more? MAN! That sucks! Why don't you make another run. If you do, PM me. I would love one.