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    Quote Originally Posted by usabaker View Post
    Came out really nice! it's going to be interesting to see how the Aluminum performs. I don't see a provision for a handle, how are you going to crank it?
    A big olí crescent wrench. I might bolt a handle to it yet though. Weíll see!
    But yeah, it did come out quite nice.

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    If it's going to cost more than $125 to have one made, you'd be better off buying one from Brownell's. And Al is too soft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunray View Post
    If it's going to cost more than $125 to have one made, you'd be better off buying one from Brownell's. And Al is too soft.
    My shop charged me $50.
    Considering what Iíve made do with in the past, Iíd be quite surprised if this didnít do the job. Iíve been wrong once or twice before though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunray View Post
    If it's going to cost more than $125 to have one made,
    I'm sure that the one I will have made and the clamp will cost more than $125.00. But then just buying it is not really the point, I'm making one to the original RIA drawings, for me its worth it.

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