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WDB, I'm from the Philippines. These cuts were made by one of the best local gunsmiths here, Churchil Dolendo of Precision Gunworks.

Cheers!

ive had Churchill work on my guns before when he was at PB Dionisio...he is indeed a very talented smith.

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Thanks guys!

@shooterbenedetto: the slide racker is made from aluminum and 2 holes are drilled in it so it doesn't put too much weight on the back of the slide. I'll try to measure and do some tests over the weekend

yup, the rear cuts are useless, minor weight saving. but there to look good ;)

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Here is my lefty blaster! It's a shorty in 9 major. The thumb pedal is done by TRIGGER HAPPY components. This is one of three models they make. The thing is incredible! No more slide rub like with the other thumb rests. Plus it protects your thumb from getting hurt from a bad ejection. PM me if your interested.

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Here is my lefty blaster! It's a shorty in 9 major. The thumb pedal is done by TRIGGER HAPPY components. This is one of three models they make. The thing is incredible! No more slide rub like with the other thumb rests. Plus it protects your thumb from getting hurt from a bad ejection. PM me if your interested.

Looking good Sean, when are you bringing it out to play :sight:

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Hello: The Frankingun lives. Just need to do the slide cuts and install the racker. I flat topped the slide and now need to do the comp. It is a 9mm major that has a Tru-Bor type 2 barrel/comp setup. It shoots very flat so far but is hard to rack the slide :roflol: Thanks, Eric

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Hello: The Frankingun lives. Just need to do the slide cuts and install the racker. I flat topped the slide and now need to do the comp. It is a 9mm major that has a Tru-Bor type 2 barrel/comp setup. It shoots very flat so far but is hard to rack the slide :roflol: Thanks, Eric

Eric - That's a basic looking lead flinging tool. Some serrations and some hog nostrils would give it some personality!

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Ron: It won't be that way for long :cheers: I am drawing up the slide mockup tonight. I just wanted to try a full weight slide with the 9mm. It does work and shoots flat. The plan is to lighten the sldie some and then see how it shoots. If it is not as flat as I want I will install the "Hill Hell Holes". I am very pleased with the comp/barrel setup :cheers: Thanks, Eric

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finally after 6 months of waiting, it's finished

my new vms custom shorty 9mm major

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some specs.

- sti, frame, grip, slide

- sti bull barrel

- skeletonized, tritop slide.

- ice magwell

- extreme engineering trigger kit

- tin coating on slide, frame and barrel

- custom titanium comp

- daa 3 in 1 cmore mount (will be replaced for a custom mount with integrated thumbrest, wich will be finished within 1 week)

- cmore 6moa

- aftec extracor

- m2i xl firing pin

- extended ejector

- ball detent slide racker le + ri

got it last tuesday, put 350 rounds trough it, and shot a match yesterday without any malfunctions.

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