How close to a finished part does H&H have to stop spark eroding to pass your muster?
C'mon man. If you think H & H takes a part out of the CNC, Spark eroder, mill or whatever machine and think it just drops in and is going to pass muster or even work...... You have no idea how these things are made or even how the subtle touches the auctioneer applies to the part to make it work and pass inspection. In H & H's case..and most other English makers cases...All the machine does is get it close. Where they used to shape a part from raw forgings using hand tools, mills and jigs.... The machine does that for them. It still has to be formed, fitted and made to work and that's still done the old fashioned way.
Thanks for the non-fake news comparison of the guns, Dewey. Reality is always refreshing.