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    Quote Originally Posted by luke
    4* is that big of a deal?
    More likely because it allowed them to make proprietary grip panels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by splat15k
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    Attaches with one screw.
    The original stock Spyder frames were like this. If the screw holding the two pieces together wasn't super tight, It would result in really annoying movement and vibration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke
    Why would an 86* be better than a 90* frame?
    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Side
    Comfort in my opinion.

    Quote Originally Posted by Luke
    4* is that big of a deal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OPBN
    More likely because it allowed them to make proprietary grip panels.

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    just make something outlandish like a J-grip or something

    wierd and wild stuff doesnt sell alot of but gathers a cult following

    who knows, maybe you could start a trend

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke
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    Which I don't mind as long as there is another option besides aluminum. I love aluminim grip panels, but hate having to get them anodized or powdercoated. Something in Delrin would be nice.

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    If everyone wants options and versatility why not make a modular design?
    You could have three parts to it ( rail / trigger guard / grip handle ) that would slide together on a dovetail type mounting system and set screws. The trigger guard would be held in place via dovetail and body/rail screw kinda like this.
    <a href="http://s382.photobucket.com/albums/oo263/patrickmason/Modular%20Grip/?action=view&amp;current=Modulargripframe.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i382.photobucket.com/albums/oo263/patrickmason/Modular%20Grip/Modulargripframe.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>
    Last edited by Flatliner333; 08-08-2012 at 12:31 PM.

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    I like that idea

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    Make the trigger guard slide onto the grip in the same fashion that the Emag battery pack slides on, and held with set screws as well (from the inside of the grip) to avoid flexing and wear along the point where the trigger guard and grip meet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OPBN
    Which I don't mind as long as there is another option besides aluminum. I love aluminim grip panels, but hate having to get them anodized or powdercoated. Something in Delrin would be nice.
    Block of wood + drill and sandpaper + bottle of tung oil = any shape grips you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justus
    Block of wood + drill and sandpaper + bottle of tung oil = any shape grips you want.
    If you are wanting wood grips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justus
    Make the trigger guard slide onto the grip in the same fashion that the Emag battery pack slides on, and held with set screws as well (from the inside of the grip) to avoid flexing and wear along the point where the trigger guard and grip meet.
    This. And Flatliner, that's a great design. IIRC you uses it in the Eddie Mag (again, ), didn't you?

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    Hmmmm "Lukes Flatliner Frame" take that hill

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    Quote Originally Posted by OPBN
    If you are wanting wood grips.
    Who doesn't?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Flatliner333
    Hmmmm "Lukes Flatliner Frame" take that hill



    But can you make the prototype with a dremal tool?

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    Just wanted to chime in and say I'm down with the concept as Luke last described it. As far as I'm concerned the more modular the better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flatliner333
    If everyone wants options and versatility why not make a modular design?
    You could have three parts to it ( rail / trigger guard / grip handle ) that would slide together on a dovetail type mounting system and set screws. The trigger guard would be held in place via dovetail and body/rail screw kinda like this.
    <a href="http://s382.photobucket.com/albums/oo263/patrickmason/Modular%20Grip/?action=view&amp;current=Modulargripframe.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i382.photobucket.com/albums/oo263/patrickmason/Modular%20Grip/Modulargripframe.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>
    Me likey vewy much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flatliner333
    If everyone wants options and versatility why not make a modular design?
    You could have three parts to it ( rail / trigger guard / grip handle ) that would slide together on a dovetail type mounting system and set screws. The trigger guard would be held in place via dovetail and body/rail screw kinda like this.
    <a href="http://s382.photobucket.com/albums/oo263/patrickmason/Modular%20Grip/?action=view&amp;current=Modulargripframe.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i382.photobucket.com/albums/oo263/patrickmason/Modular%20Grip/Modulargripframe.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>
    Been working on a similar concept for a few years now. Similar in concept, not quite the same mounts.To make it all work is not so easy. Making it look good is even harder. Function and form are both important when it comes to being modular.

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    I'm sure Luke could figure it out. I spent about 20 minutes on paint drawing that up just to show concept but I'm sure all the measurements aren't right.My idea is this. What if the safety was built into the trigger guard's ,the guard's would have the female part of the dovetail on the top and side. The trigger would mount in the rail,the rail has the male side of the dovetail on the bottom. The top of the grip's have female and the side of the grip has male. Slide the guard down on the grip, tighten set screw. Slide the rail from the back forward. Install trigger (there is an opening in top of guard / bottom of rail ) after mag rail,sear and body are put on - the front body screw goes up through trigger guard and ties it all together. The front of the guard would only allow the grip frame rail to slide forward so much aligning the holes. Provisions for Pnue, E-Pnue or Electro could then be worked out.
    Last edited by Flatliner333; 08-08-2012 at 07:26 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OPBN
    Which I don't mind as long as there is another option besides aluminum. I love aluminim grip panels, but hate having to get them anodized or powdercoated. Something in Delrin would be nice.
    I will try and make them work with standard 45 grips and offer aluminum as an option.

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    OK, we are underway as of todayÖ

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    On the Micro Rock Reg from Palmers he lists the length as 2.3" I assume it is JUST the housing (Not including the threaded piece), can someone verify this for me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke
    On the Micro Rock Reg from Palmers he lists the length as 2.3" I assume it is JUST the housing (Not including the threaded piece), can someone verify this for me?
    as soon as I get home I will help you on this

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    Does this mean you are looking into a gas through LPR front grip?

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    ok here are the measurments.

    dia: 0.865
    lenght of body minus 1/8" npt (cant think of word) 2.222
    with "1/8" npt input" 2.769
    adjustment screw adds 0.343 backed ALL the way out with one thread in. about 0.113 when I feel it touch something
    length from bottom of the body to the center of LP air out bung 0.575


    hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by hill160881
    Does this mean you are looking into a gas through LPR front grip?
    Currently working on the grip frame, seeing if I can fit the MRR for the sleeper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke
    Currently working on the grip frame, seeing if I can fit the MRR for the sleeper.
    cool, cant wait,

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    Quote Originally Posted by BTAutoMag
    ok here are the measurments.

    dia: 0.865
    lenght of body minus 1/8" npt (cant think of word) 2.222
    with "1/8" npt input" 2.769
    adjustment screw adds 0.343 backed ALL the way out with one thread in. about 0.113 when I feel it touch something
    length from bottom of the body to the center of LP air out bung 0.575

    BT can you get me two more dimensions?

    Dimension from either the top or bottom of the regulator to centerline of the LP port coming out the side and how far the fitting sticks out the side. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke
    Dimension from either the top or bottom of the regulator to centerline of the LP port coming out the side
    ...read it again


    Quote Originally Posted by luke
    how far the fitting sticks out the side.

    I dont have a fitting in mine. nor do I have any around

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