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    Who does CNC inletting for PTG stealth bottom metal?

    I've got a B&C medalist A5 that i want to get CNC inletted for a PTG Stealth detachable bottom metal.
    Who does it around in the U.S.? Possibly in Oklahoma?

    I'd also like to send in my bolt and have a tactical knob installed.

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    Jon Beanland is out of Gould, OK. I'm sure he could do it, although I don't know his turn-around time.

    GAP could do it as well

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    Anyone that does the Badger inlet can do the PTG. They are the same.

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    Right, have any recommendations? So far I've only found GAP who CNCs the stock, but he's got a 2 month turnaround.

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    Try Chad Dixon @ LongRifles Inc. He has the CNC capability and I'm sure he can do it, question is turn time.

    CNC isn't an absolute necessity to inlte for that setup, I've watched it firsthand be done witha regular bridgeport and a little ingenuity.
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    We do both and its a 2 week turnarround not 2 months.

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    I sent mine directly to Badger for the M5 inlet and the bolt knob install. Took about a week to a week and a half IIRC. Look on their website under services. I've done it a number of times. Great turn around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimichanga View Post
    I sent mine directly to Badger for the M5 inlet and the bolt knob install. Took about a week to a week and a half IIRC. Look on their website under services. I've done it a number of times. Great turn around.
    I thought about that, however i wasn't sure if they'd be interested in installing it since it isn't their part. Its actually their direct competitors!