Any possible interest in a group buy?

Jason

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For the Lone Star Edition 1911 I am working on?

I emailed one of the companies I have in mind for the production of them... here's the thing they will be a kit form pistol that would basically only need assembly.

I emailed them some of the specs, special requests, and such.

I asked them about a special serial sequence, both slide and frame, and a few other things also...

The basic LSE edition 1911 will be stainless frame/slide (considering ported barrel and slide or compensator) OH YEAHHHH...

A few other suprises...

I emailed them about a possible willingness to do a group buy sort of thing on these kits with only a limited number being produced. I do not have a price point at this time but will get back as soon as I have the info. I am here now asking what kind of interest there would be so I can get a general idea of what kind of production numbers I am looking at.

I am currently thinking around 50-100 1st edition Lone Star kits... but could be less, but not much more. I want to keep them sort of exclusive.

I will still be building one of these pistols regardless, but if there are people interested in owning something special I am working with a couple of companies to see what they can do to make them realllly SPECIAL!!

Interest can be from, yeah I would like to see but I am not interested in buying one to SIGN ME UP ALREADY!!!!

Goooooo for feedback...

J
 

Texas1911

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Would depend on who is building it, and what it looks like. Ported barrels, compensated, etc. shouldn't be on the gun. Keep it normal looking, but with Texas flare.
 

mac79912

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Would need to see schematic or prototype before commiting.Are you going to use Fusion parts?
 

Jason

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I was actually thinking of having them done as 100% ready to assemble kits or fully built... at this time I am in talks with Fusion exclusively.

I don't know what other small but high quality manufacturer would be able or willing to tackle such a project, but I am open to other companies. I ordered some Fusion parts to check them out...

Texas flare, but stock parts... that would probably be more feasible anyway...

I am to the drawing board... it could take months, but it will be cool I promise!!!
 

Pappy

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No, not for me thank you...
 
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