GOD, I hope that is not the case ???
Almost hard to believe, how could anyone who has used one "take it for granted" his units are desired as much as the gun itself, it doesn't make sense. It is easy to feel unappreciated though, been there myself. I thought about making my own until Shuft let me use his Emory six lobe unit, I immediatly gave up the idea when I realized that I might make something after a month or so, or I could work a week of overtime and have a much better unit. I immedialtly started saving for one of his and having nearly enough I called today to put one on hold and the money order is going out Wed.DeadTrainGuy said:Lack of Appreciation! A lot of people have taken Emory and his work for granted. He makes a quality product that has no peer. Then there's the new guy that couldn't even spell Browning last week and is going to build a better Crankfire this week. He just got enough of it. I don't blame him. Get your next one from the new "professional". Jim
Tailor made for people with nothing to do for the next 10 years!1919Semi-Owner said:Maybe he really isn't going to stop making the crank but rather redesigning to add a little motor so all you have to do is turn it on and it cranks automatically.