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I really need to get back to working on this project - I've been way too lazy lately. On the steel, I will work on the program and see if I can find a good set of feeds and speeds to make some from steel. I picked up some 1018 bar stock as well as some 4130, so I have a couple options to work with. On shipping to Canada please send me a pm again and we can discuss that further.
It's May 2018.. Are you still selling the brass forend spacers? Is the price still the same?

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Ok - I got everything to come together to run a few brass spacers on my CNC mill. Here are some photos. The fit pretty good, a little snug right now on my 20 gauge shotgun test mule. I can tweak the program to adjust it but thought I'd get some feedback from everyone. Let me know what you think. Before you ask, yes i would love to make some trigger guards in brass, but I'm a long way from even starting a project like that. I'm just a hobbyist just now learning CNC and 3d cad cam.
Are these parts available for purchase , and if so could I get contact information.?
Also would you ship to Canada as they are not a restricted part?
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Yes I am still making these as well as the brass trigger guards. PM me for details. Delivery varies - this is a hobby so I work on them when I can and I'm really slow in the winter. - Dan

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I have a Model 157 .30-30. I would love to have the brass trigger guard and spacer, IF I could get the barrel end stock piece in brass as well. Have you considered it?
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I have a Model 157 .30-30. I would love to have the brass trigger guard and spacer, IF I could get the barrel end stock piece in brass as well. Have you considered it?

I also have 2 model 157 rifles - a 30-30 and a 22H - so I have considered it - would love to make them but have not even started drawing them up figure out how to do it. I keep thinking about it so it may happen - but not real soon.

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“Good things take time” I always say.
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Thanks guys - I have 6 from this batch left - I'm getting $20 each unfinished - you sand and polish the way you want, or $30 each sanded and polished. I'll ship these to the us only for $5. I'm hoping to run a new set of programs this weekend that should improve the finish both outside and in the hinge area. I've only got enough brass for a couple more parts, then I have to order more.
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Yes I am still making these as well as the brass trigger guards. PM me for details. Delivery varies - this is a hobby so I work on them when I can and I'm really slow in the winter. - Dan


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