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I have a solution for those with too much money for guns...

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Got my occasional call from my boy stationed in Okinawa last night and as usual, had some chatter about weapons... He asked if I ever heard of the Nemo line....

So you want something unique and will last forever.... The AR of your dreams?

 

I present the:

 

[Ti]ONE // Serial #1 Titanium .308 Battle Rifle

Priced at a reasonable price of: $95,904...

 

http://nemoarms.com/...e/gallery/guns/

 

http://youtu.be/ws08jLy31v8

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Topher, reprtedly that was the point of the execution. They wanted to showcase their ability to work in Ti. Titanium is a rather different beast to machine.

 

Yup, I get that. I worked in the bicycle industry for a bit and Ti was just starting to hit the market. Brutal stuff to work with and it just kills the tooling. Welding it sucks even more. I can stick metal together with a Tig machine, but doing carbon steel and that stuff... oy. No thank you. Between cloaking it in gas and the fact that is likes to move a LOT it's a nightmare for those not well trained.

 

Nifty exercise.

 

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