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    Stainless Steel on a Black Titanium Bolt Action.
    With no finish or resin on the braid it has a nice tactile feel.
    An insert has to be turned to get the braid to match the components.

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    Well done Les!!

    Any photos of the insert? I'm intrigued.

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    Looks great and I like the idea of the unfinished braid

    When you say insert, I assume you are talking about a sleeve spacer of sorts? Also, I assume the braid has CA applied to stop it unravelling?
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    Les, looks good, has me thinking about the braid etc as Neil mentioned. You have us intrigued!Amos
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    Quote Originally Posted by artme View Post
    Well done Les!!

    Any photos of the insert? I'm intrigued.
    Innovation is the process that renews something that already exists and not, as is commonly assumed, the introduction of something new.

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    They look great but I would worry about the ends fraying and catching people's finger or clothes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rum Pig View Post
    They look great but I would worry about the ends fraying and catching people's finger or clothes.
    The ends can't fray. Glued down with Thin CA.

    Les
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