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Is it the general consensus the Emory's crankfires are among the best available? Has anyone used these systems and what are the results?
Everything I've researched seems to indicate that he has a great product.
I would appreciated anyone input/opinions. Thanks
 

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They said it right. I wouldn't even consider anybody else's product for anything he builds. His stuff looks like Browning designed it. Jim
 

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I Like 'Em

Dexter, I can't provide you any comparison with any other maker's crankfires since I only have purchased and used Emory's. I can, however, tell you that Emory's crankfires look great and are absolutely reliable and simple to install. I have a standard and a spade crank and they are both products if the highest quality. Emory's customer service is first rate as well. You can't go wrong if you buy one of his products.:D

Prof
 

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No, I absolutely, emphatically never have and never will for the rest of my life use ONE of Emory's Crankfires...I use TWO :).
 

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Fa runs about 450 to 490 (so I'm told)...a crank with a really stiff return spring on a well built 1919 will go 425 or better.
 

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Jones Rifle Guards said:
What would be the rate of fire with just the trigger only in semi-auto?
That would completely depend on the individual shooter and his setup, i.e. spades or pistol, butterfly or extended trigger on pistol grip setup, type of tripod or bipod, etc. I can shoot off my MG3 pod with the trigger extension and get a fairly high rate of fire - in the 275 - 300 rpm area. I'm sure that would decrease somewhat if I was just pulling the trigger with my index finger for each shot.
 
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