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Airgun Classifieds / Re: .308 Mr hollow point ammo
« Last post by YamahaR1 on January 20, 2018, 10:45:22 PM »
Yes they are. You can pm me if you'd like them or need any info
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Patents are filed and now we will look hard at mass production. I think this will be a big one!

Hey travis,  how many of these do you think you'll sell?  Will the quantity be enough to cover the patent expense and buy a six pack of beer?  Patents are expensive! well...... unless you are the patent attorney :-\. Travis, are you a patent attorney? Can't wait to see them. I'm wondering how you access the adjustment. 
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Airgun Classifieds / Re: .308 Mr hollow point ammo
« Last post by adijorio on January 20, 2018, 04:14:24 PM »
These still available?
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Bill,
I for one am glad to have you here.  I meant nothing derogatory towards you it was sort of a comment towards the people that do this sort of thing and they are numerous in this world.  Some explain and some think that a fib will satisfy everyone and keep them going.  In no way was it headed you way.  Kinda like if the shoe fits wear it.
Good luck in your endeavors.
Bobn

No sir, I didn't take it as such.  Statistically your skepticism is warranted.  Both you and Alan have very good points and I accept them.  On one hand, I don't like to ask these questions because I feel that they are obtrusive. On the other hand, If I don't, I could dive into a pool with no water.  That is selfish of me no doubt. But I like to try and find the virtue in my selfishness. So I swallow my pride and try to do what is as close to a win win for all involved. Although I haven't directly stated such, Many of these niches are being filled and they are done so by competent people. I believe some of those people mean well and do the best that they can with the resources they have.  I believe that sometimes they don't have enough resources.  A practical solution would be to allow me to act as a resource.  If I have spindle time availible it would be sinceless to not sell it. If the demand is high enough, it would be sinceless not to schedule it as a repeat job. just an example as to one way that I could possibly serve the community without stepping on toes or cutting throats. people get their products in a timely manner. the guy who developed it gets to profit from it and maintane his dignity. I pay for idle spindle time.   

Alan- I'm with you, maybe worse.  I am fairly certain that google has black helicopters and a black market for their own mothers. (that's tongue in cheek).  Seriously, you're correct concerning Google. They make enough off the data this forum produces to give you the storage space that you would be charged for to store the polls.           
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Bill,
I for one am glad to have you here.  I meant nothing derogatory towards you it was sort of a comment towards the people that do this sort of thing and they are numerous in this world.  Some explain and some think that a fib will satisfy everyone and keep them going.  In no way was it headed you way.  Kinda like if the shoe fits wear it.
Good luck in your endeavors.
Bobn
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Thank You Alan
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One more thing. There is a poll function on the site if you wish to use it. Please try and keep the data set small as we pay for our storage space.
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I have "known" Bill G (on the internet and through emails) for a couple of years now.... He has a Corbin bullet swage setup, and a knurling setup for airgun bullets, and I helped him with a couple of BBT designs.... It sounds like he is getting more serious about producing a wider range of items for airguns, and I wish him all the best.... I think market research is a good idea, instead of blindly taking off in a direction that HE may believe is the right one.... but carries little interest from the shooters.... Perhaps if you don't see something in his survey that is of particular interest to you (like triggers, as Alan mentioned).... adding your comments in this thread would be appropriate....

Bob


Hey Bob,
Thanks for the good word. You are spot on with your assessment of my actions.  I did make a spot for comment at question 13 that accommodates a short answer.  Depending upon how this survey is received, I may have another that is derived from the answers gathered from this one.  I didn't want to make it too long because I no how badly I dislike surveys.  That being said, I can't keep from answering them.  Something compels me to take the product survey even though I don't like them. I suppose its in the offhand chance that my opinion or position will alter behavior as to suit me. 
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Nothing you do on, or with, Google is sacred—NOTHING! Google delights in using collected data to their benefit, even if it steps on the Bill of Rights. Their internet spiders search everywhere, looking for trusted data, as in "...Trust us, we'll use it..."

Bill, I certainly understand your interest, and under similar circumstances, I'd no doubt be doing the same thing you are. There is one area I agree with, and that is that the hobby is full of tinkerers. There are a number of guys who know their stuff, and we're lucky enough to have a few of them visiting our pages regularly, thankfully. But the truth is, far too many assume they know, and as you alluded to, that fact can be dangerous! This is the main reason we should all be leery about who we buy used airguns from.
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excuse that last post.... I must have failed to start low enough in the field and made my comment part of the quote.  If that is like time travel, I'll meet myself and fail to exist. :o
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