It be nice, but the opening to the guides are in the front, if it was turned around I would think they would come out of the slots. They are only prototypes now, right, maybe he can be convinced to make one with the guides in the back and see how they fitI'm mobile right now so I can't get a great look at the photos, but is there anything stopping you from turning the booster around so the guides ARE at the back?
It be nice, but the opening to the guides are in the front, if it was turned around I would think they would come out of the slots. They are only prototypes now, right, maybe he can be convinced to make one with the guides in the back and see how they fit
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