2003 E-orracle turled with nexus internals, 14" freak, Evolution II with Z-board, Mac Dev 68/4500
Lighter weight, faster cycle speed.
Time spent converting.
First off, this is a great mod for someone who has done every other conceivable modification to their cocker. It does reduce recoil and increases the cycle rate. The conversion does take some time, about 5 weeks. The milling and anodizing is top notch, no tool marks were left from cutting the body. Follow up and support is great. Bob stands fully behind his work and is a stand up guy.
Great mod, good customer service.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, June 27th, 2005 at 6:07 pm PST
I agree that customer service can be considered a part of the whole experience when purchasing a new item, but dropping the rating of what Dwolkomir describes as a "great mod" to 1/10 on the basis of customer service alone is somewhat extreme. Knock 1 or 2 points off maybe, but 9 out of a potential 10 is harsh.
if youd consider rating it on the performance of the gun, and not just on the service. Custom guns take a while,and its easy to get things mixed up or to forget about something. So a 1 is definatly harsh
if you had gone ot martin you would probaly given it a -10, i understand waiting for products is a pain, but 1/10 isntead of 7,8,9, is retarded. though it may seem like alot, 3 weeks is an estimate and for custom work 7 weeks isnt too bad. think about stuff before you give a product that previously had 10/10 a 1
Fitst off, his name is Bob Long Jr. The man is making all these guns and everyone expects him to just kick them out like they are nothing, but if you want them to work like they should, then they need some love and care to make them...Turtle is making these all by himself without anyones help, and when it takes the anodizer 4 weeks to ano the gun and ship it back to him it doesn't necessarily help him out much there either. If anyone where to shoot a turtle cocker they would most def. agree that they are a great gun if you know how to take care of them. At least give the man some credit for the idea and trying to make his design go somewhere other than his basement geeze..