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. #91
    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Look at the first post.
    LOL. Wow. Yep. Those long work days are finally taking a toll.

  2. #92
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    Yeah I'm in .:-) sweet looking for sure

  3. #93
    What kind of rail would I need to run your LPR foregrip flush, like the pictures in post number 1?

  4. #94
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    Rt style rail

  5. #95
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    In theory, any rail can be used, HOWEVER, some rails will expose the top machined portion of the FG.
    AM rails are not wide enough on the narrow protion of the very bottom of the rail to hide some of the machined holes.
    Stock Automag rails are not long enough to cover the entire top of the FG.
    So if you want the whole top of the FG hidden a RTP rail is what you want.

  6. #96
    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    If you want the whole top of the FG hidden a RTP rail is what you want.
    So, the rail on my ULE custom would work?

  7. #97
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    Is that a question?

  8. #98
    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Is that a question?
    Yes, yes. Question. I want to make sure that I have the correct length rail, so the appearance has a cleaner look. I want ZERO overhang.

  9. #99
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    In theory, any rail can be used, HOWEVER, some rails will expose the top machined portion of the FG.
    AM rails are not wide enough on the narrow portion of the very bottom of the rail to hide some of the machined holes.
    Stock Automag rails are not long enough to cover the entire top of the FG.
    So if you want the whole top of the FG hidden a RTP rail is what you want.

  10. #100
    *Bump*

  11. #101
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    All tooling for the machining has been ordered and received.
    All o-rings has been ordered and received.
    All hardware has been ordered and received.

    Other than that I'm trying to finish up a personal project that has consumed my whole summer.

  12. #102
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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post

    Other than that I'm trying to finish up a personal project that has consumed my whole summer.
    Pics?

  13. #103
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    It's non paintball/machining related.

  14. #104
    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    All tooling for the machining has been ordered and received.
    All o-rings has been ordered and received.
    All hardware has been ordered and received.

    Other than that I'm trying to finish up a personal project that has consumed my whole summer.
    Now your teasing

  15. #105
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    can i see it on a AM/MM Beta Rail (RTPro length) ?

  16. #106
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    Nah, not teasing, just an update to show the project is not being put off.

  17. #107
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    Hey luke would your single vert frame make a difference on wether or not the grip can fit fully on a reg. Am/mm rail?

  18. #108
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    My frames are exactly the same length as the Intelli frame from AGD.
    The FGLPR is intended for full length RTP style rails.
    They can be mounted on the 8 inch AM rail, but will hang off the end and part of the top will be exposed, but it CAN be properly mounted.
    No clue if that answers your question, as I was not exactly sure what the question was.

    If you study the pictures in the first post, it will clue you in on the fit and finish of the final product.

  19. #109
    I would love to see a RTP length Armada rail. Imagine, Luke's LPR Foregrip, combined with an Armada rail, and a frame of ones like. I think it would look really good.

  20. #110
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    Any updates on this?

  21. #111
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    Quote Originally Posted by TyeStick View Post
    I would love to see a RTP length Armada rail. Imagine, Luke's LPR Foregrip, combined with an Armada rail, and a frame of ones like. I think it would look really good.

    Working on it..

  22. #112
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swiss Cheeze View Post
    Any updates on this?
    Currently working on a few projects to raise funds for a F8 Shoebox so I can test the LPR when they're done.

  23. #113
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    Okay sounds good. Thanks for the update.

  24. #114
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    Ordering lots of selector switches to get this ball rolling.

  25. #115
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    No Spyder frames until this is complete

  26. #116
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    That's correct.

  27. #117
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    That's great news. Thanks!

  28. #118
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    and if you could make a body and raise the titanic somewhere in there too, that'd be great

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  29. #119
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    One thing at a time...lol.

  30. #120
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    I think the time is now!
    The plan is to start tomorrow on one of the internal parts.



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