These are wide, think Emag battery pack, narrow rails will reveal the top part of the FG. They can probably be mounted on most rails but you will see the top.
So about how much wider than a RT Pro rail with something like your praxis or zayan milling.
.010" on either side. (Less than 1/64") on the Praxis.
Looks great on the Zayan too, shows just at more, but these sides are tapered. Really looks great though.
Last edited by luke; 04-26-2013 at 04:36 PM.
I think offering this as a plain foregrip is excellent idea.
If you guys want a foregrip only option, you can discuss it here. So far I've had two requests and they were both different. We need to settle on what the FG will be.
I would prefer a gas through cut in the same shape, no LPR internals. I would even go for a plain nongas through.
What was the other suggestion for a fore grip?
It is designed to mount on the AM rail, but just like an EM battery back it will stick out.
Picture posted with stock AM rail, see 1st post.
Last edited by luke; 04-26-2013 at 09:00 PM.
I might have missed something.. but where does the input hose go in?
"I'm not happy unless you're not happy"
The only option at this point would be a new AM rail.
Or we could make it any length we want...
Now we are talking a custom rail to go with this! Man. There is more trick stuff coming out for mags now than I can remember in the last decade.
Is this attached to the rail with one screw or two?
I like the rendering on the AM length rail. Is the other rendering on a stock RT Pro length rail.
Yes, the RTP length is a slug rail extrusion, it's the shape EMag and RTP rails start out as before milling.
I'm working on getting some Automag extrusion that has already been manufactured so this is doable.
Now I know Luke was looking into licensing for a cheater type pnue-kit. You've got:
-mini-frame designed to accommodate all types of internals.
-Now a forgrip with an integrated LPR.
-Sounds like talk of a rail made to purpose for concealing micro-line
We're about a body and a valve away from a complete LUKE-MAG.
Sign me up for all this stuff. I'll buy the prototype!