What do you think? We are working with a new local company called Helios Arms to provide some bling to our magwells. Looking for feedback on the color combo and pattern. Should we carry certain parts already finished and available immediately? Should we create a Taylor Freelance unique pattern? Helios Arms is also looking at doing custom work. You can reach them at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Using the Wayback Machine on the Internet archive, Robin and I discovered what is probably the first website we built over 20 years ago! This 2001 vintage website was pre-ecommerce. You filled out a little form with what you wanted…and mailed us a check. It worked as we only had 4 or 5 parts…all for Glock which was the “new” “hot” gun at the time. Good times!https://web.archive.org/…/http://www.taylorfreelance.com/
Parts assembly error! Hey TF customers, if you have a magwell for your JP GMR-15 that wobbles, you might have the wrong locking piece. We accidentally assembled some JP magwells with the “Foxlock” locking tab for a different magwell (the Rainier Arms). We caught most, but a handful got out of the building.
Dave Cammack at JP Rifles took this great photo showing (from left) the original “winged” Foxlock, the new “simple” Foxlock, and the Foxlock for the Rainier (mis-assembled in a JP magwell). If you need an updated Foxlock, by all means give us a call!
Canik changed the shape of the lanyard loop hole in the SF/SFx backstrap. That affects the “plug” that holds a TF magwell in place. To deal with the change, TF has a pair of new “plugs.” The “A” model fits the original backstrap, the “B” fits the new backstrap. If you have a TF magwell and need a “B” plug, give us a call and we’ll send you one for free! (Switching to a TF custom backstrap also fixes this problem.)