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    Mild splash anno. rail

    Not as busy as the last splash anno rail I did but I like it, Goes to it's new young (age) owner on Mon....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Young View Post
    Not as busy as the last splash anno rail I did but I like it, Goes to it's new young (age) owner on Mon....
    Beautiful work Jay.

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    Another work of art, Jay.

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    wow, how much does something like this run in terms of $$ ? Thanks FD

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredieusa View Post
    wow, how much does something like this run in terms of $$ ? Thanks FD
    The anodizing job was $150. from this guy it is $75 per color (min) so the purple splash cost $75.
    If you are referring to the rail gun it was $2500+the extra splash anno cost.

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    Anodized rail

    Jay, Very nice job on the aluminum. Makes this rail stand out. I especially like your new top with the bottom half of the barrel mount machined in as one piece.
    Bob H.

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    Jay, your rail guns are in a class by themselves; they just keep getting better and better.

    The first one you built would qualify as perfect and you've added nice features since then.

    Keep building those beautiful works of art.

    Best regards,

    Gene Beggs

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    Beautiful Rail for a talented 16 year old young man. Tony DeBacco is lovin this new rail, i am pretty sure if his dad can get it together in time he will be shooting it in the unlimited shoot in Phoenix this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Young View Post
    The anodizing job was $150. from this guy it is $75 per color (min) so the purple splash cost $75.
    If you are referring to the rail gun it was $2500+the extra splash anno cost.
    Yes i meant the rail gun. Do you mill these? Thank you for your response.

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    Rail

    Quote Originally Posted by fredieusa View Post
    Yes i meant the rail gun. Do you mill these? Thank you for your response.
    FD. I do mill these going on 21 years now, About the splash anodizing some were wondering how?, From my understanding they dye the piece (say orange) they don't seal it right away, Then they hang the part/s and they hand splash the dye (say purple) on it then seal the parts, Nothing real scientific about the design of the splash, In my opinion a little labor intensive for a production anno shop but they only charge for the min. per extra color (purple in this case) Thanks for your interest...J

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