New video showing how easy it is to install a Taylor Freelance Magwell on to your Walther PPQ.
Robin Taylor, owner and founder of Taylor Freelance, explains how a sight block can help your time and accuracy during competition. Video also contains some slow-motion video of the sight block in action.
California shipments stopped. Recent changes to CA law make it perilous for TF to supply hi-cap magazine parts to anyone in California. Until we get a little better clarity, California customers are out of luck. The one exception is law enforcement. If that’s you, e-mail us directly with a copy of your department-issue ID. Civilians wanting to purchase something like a mag guide should also e-mail us directly for help.
John Archer just sent us this image of his EAA (Tanfoglio) Limited Pro set up for Carry Optics. John says the Limited Pro is “a little lighter than the Stock II, so it is easier to make weight in Carry Optics — as shown it’s 44.9 oz.” Apparently Limited Pro’s have become VERY hard to find lately because of that. John uses a TF basepad on his first magazine each and every time. “It runs great. Flawless for 600-800 rounds.”
Say hello to our little friend. This beast is the Kuraki KV-700, the first machine TaylorFreelance purchased many years ago. At over 30 years old, this machine still produces high-quality parts day in and day out.
Unlike the “pretty” new machines in our shop, this machine is mean and ugly. It spews shavings all over the place (Cutting area is not closed-in like new machines) requiring lots of sweeping. You will notice that the bed of the machine moves, not the cutting head. If you stand to close you can get whacked!
For the geeks out there, this machine has only 35kb….thats kilobytes of memory and is connected to the computer by an old 25-pin serial cable with a custom wire that Mike put together. Oh yeah, it has a tape drive, as in paper tapes.