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We are the successor to the original company. We continue to manufacture the CR Crankfire model for the .30 cal 1917/1919 models. We are using a mix of components made at the original shop along with new made parts as needed, all assembled with the original fixtures. These are exactly the same units being offered last before production ceased a few years ago. Check out our website, www.crankfiresystems.com or drop us a line at [email protected] that server address. We do have a unit available for you on the shelf, and fresh subassemblies are always in progress so we nearly always have these ready to go.

Thanks to Western Iron for the post!
 

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thank you sir
Just a reminder here for anyone considering a purchase. We appreciate a heads up when an order is incoming. We do not get to the P.O. Box every day, so it helps to know when an order is expected so that we can process and ship as soon as possible. Giving us your mailing address by e-mail in advance also allows us time to prepare an order by the time funds arrive. Our thanks for the support we receive from forum members here.
 

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How to make your ammo

How to make your ammo go away faster and have even more fun.
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Just letting folks know, that we will have a few CR Crankfires at BarrelXchange's tables at Knob Creek, the B8 endcap.

Adamsredlines- I noted from an earlier post that you are leaning towards the ohioblacksheep crank over our Crankfire product. Both are fine systems and you will be happy with Mr. Murtha's product, no doubt. Just be sure to post pics and video when you get some range time with your new crank!
 
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