Our Kuraki has died! This was the first machine Taylor Freelance purchased many years ago. It was built in 1986 and we communicated with it through a serial port that we had to make a custom cable to get it to work. It also had a paper-tape drive! (That’s really ancient tech!)
We have been amazed at the durability of this ancient machine. It has made tens of thousands of parts for us.
So…we are tearing it apart and have a new toy showing up in a month. More on that later!
Need a little help! In this Washington, our “leaders” in Olympia are pushing bans on owning OR MANUFACTURING full-capacity magazines. That’s a direct threat to Taylor Freelance!
HB2947 was just brought back to life AFTER the WA legislative deadline by extraordinary actions by the D leadership. So what’s “manufacturing?” — The devil is in the LACK of details. At a minimum this bill will make our lives much more complicated. At worst, it could shut us down completely by legislative fiat.
If you’re a fan of Taylor Freelance, we’d much appreciate it if you could put in a good word in opposition to this terrible bill (and the multiple others like it.
Follow this link to get details of the bill’s progress.
“The (TF) prototype magwell has been a game changer and your mag extensions have been running flawlessly,” says Northwest shooting ace Tim Ramberg.. . . I feel very blessed to have put together a great performance at my last major match of the year and win the 2×4 Open Title!”
Tim’s helping us with an extended version of our popular “Goliath” +20 extension for the Glock, and a magwell for the Rainier Arms PCC now!