View Poll Results: Who is interested in an integrated LPR Foregrip?

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  • Iím interested if: The planets align and Saturn is at equinox... This covers all contingencies

    56 90.32%
  • No thanks; Iíll stuff a LPR in my grip frame.

    6 9.68%
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Thread: LPR Foregrip

  1. #61
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justus View Post


    Custom rail milling, without holes? I'd be down for that!!
    I'm looking at "Automag" extrusions not RTPro at this time.

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    Why doesn't luke just buy out AGD?

    He is toms neighbor.

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    Truth is I really want to get out of the retail business, my interest is manufacturing.

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    The poll is looking OK, I will start the prototyping this coming week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    I'm looking at "Automag" extrusions not RTPro at this time.
    I can wait.

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    Luke does the top face of this match up to your emag battery pack manifold?
    My Feedback "Let's see some pictures of ridiculously long barrels" -BTAutomag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    Luke does the top face of this match up to your emag battery pack manifold?
    No, completely different design and function.

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    So how far off is the LP output location from the manifold? You've already milled my rail...

  9. #69
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    This output is center, between the two mount screws so it can go through the forgrip slot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Yes two piece.

    I will consider doing a gas through fg as long as it does turn into a bunch of changes and modifications and deviate from this project.
    It's going to be heavy.
    What's going to be heavy the foregrip or the project? Compare the weight to your air thru foregrip please.
    Last edited by Carnage reigns; 04-30-2013 at 04:39 PM.

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    I don't have any idea of the weight, I have not machined any parts yet.
    The LPR will have all the internal milling which will help lighten it, it stands to reason that if there is none on the FG it will be heavier.

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    OK, here we go!
    Going to get started on the programming for the LPRFG and designing and programming for the fixtures.
    I took last week to work on customer jobs and a few personal projects, now we'll get after this.

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    I look forward to seeing a prototype.

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    This is coming along, it gets attention everyday, but we're not quite there. Project is much bigger (time consuming) than originally anticipated, but I'm getting closer to the prototype...

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    ^ I'm patient. I can't wait to see a prototype along with a finished product.

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    This may finally bring back to build a new marker.
    Fire power my friends.

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    Any news on this.

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    Project is still on, just got side tracked on customer work and restocking some other products.
    The design is done on the LPRFG and programming is like 90% done so I'm super close to making the prototype.
    Project will get done and I plan on making probably 20 or 30 units without a preorder.

    But right now I'm stuck having to put a new engine and transmission in my truck. I can't put that off because it is my only transportation beside my Harley. I have to finish building the engine and the new transmission is on it's way as of earlier today. I've been gather parts the past two weeks or so hoping to have everything in line to knock it out. I'm going from the 390FE to a SB302, its not a standard swap so it takes some parts gathering, new exhaust, etc.

    Rest assured this project will get done, I'm just spread thin these days...

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    Any updates?

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    Not yet, but it's still at the top.

  21. #81
    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Not yet, but it's still at the top.
    Okay, cool. =]

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    Random question but could this potentially be used with a "capped" valve? Meaning could use get the pressure up enough to replace the reg on a classic valve? This might go well on a project I'm working on.

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    Max input psi: 1500
    Psi out: 0-200

  24. #84
    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Max input psi: 1500
    Psi out: 0-200
    Hiding a Micro-Rock in there yes?

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    No, not using/hiding a Micro Rock, but partly similar in concept and will be using a few of the Palmer parts to try and help keep production costs down. There will be no way to justify doing these any other way, and in reality, numbers will probably be to low to justify the project at all. But I'll do at least one run even if there's no profit, just to it.

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    Small up date, this is definitely NOT forgotten!
    I just placed the tool order for this project (a little over $250).
    I was ordering more tooling for the slug rails and figured I would get this order in to give me a little jab to help get this back on track.
    I hope to be back on this soon.

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    Every time I consider selling my Etek frame I think about this thread....

  29. #89
    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Small up date, this is definitely NOT forgotten!
    I just placed the tool order for this project (a little over $250).
    I was ordering more tooling for the slug rails and figured I would get this order in to give me a little jab to help get this back on track.
    I hope to be back on this soon.
    Thanks for the update!
    I'm very excited to see where this is headed.
    Would this in any way improve efficiency?

    Is there any way that we would be able to see a mock image so we could have any idea on how it might look?

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    Look at the first post.

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