I've got a treasured vintage shooboy that has the black oxide finish.....it's like a magic amulet of some kind, as often I can just put it on my bench and difficult projects seem to just mellow out without having even to tap them a little...
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Shooboy, please don't take this the wrong way.
Your products are top shelf made with quality materials, by a highly skilled craftsman.
That said, I feel members just want quality from start to finish (including the finish).
I think that most members posting here would pay a little more for a top quality finish. And there's many which would like to help with the process. Whether it be ordering 2 instead of one, helping to pay the cost of the finish, etc.
I'm sure no matter what you decide to do, the product will be better than its competition.
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I will take one also those are nice.
Randy, I'd be another to help get the Oxide finish. I think you should consider it, I don't think anyone of us will complain about a few bucks more.
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I'd like to meet you and the other members here. I'd love to buy you and the rest a beer but since I can't one of your hammers will have to do.
I'm going to use it to rebuild a Crossman pellet gun I got 40 years ago for Christmas. I don't need it but would like to have it to do this special job.
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Please throw my name on the list as wanting at least one... No make that two. One of my son-in-laws works on his guns a lot more than I do. And your custom made hammer would make a great birthday gift for him.
Add my name to the list as well.
I'm a bad shot and no matter how nice the gun...I'm still a bad shot.
I'll take one.
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I'm in for one, if there are any left...
I'd like to buy one to give to my brother.
And a set of heads for mine.
Doesn't matter how long the wait is, as long as you're making them you'll have a line of customers.
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Have you consider powder coating? I have a friend that powder coats a lot of small items he makes. He says it is easy and inexpensive to do at home.
I have no idea if the finish would meet your needs or standards.
I would also second Exam_man's post above, cost is not a factor in wanting one of your hammers.
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I have no use for a hammer like this but from the comments I'm reading, it makes me think I need one...
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You have a use for it you just do not know it yet. I just used mine last night to remove some pins from my AR. I've used it to build AR's, replace trigger groups and for general work on my firearms.
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I need some spare tips for mine, let me know when you have some.
I have read about these hammers on here for years and heard nothing but good things.
I would like to get one if any are left or in one the next batch.
I've been wanting one of these for a long time. Add me to the list if there are any available!
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Would like to put my name on the list also. I have a midnite stealth and want to get one for my son.
How did I miss this? I will have to get on the list. I need one.
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Put me on the list for a small and a large, please.
I will patiently wait my turn...
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