Last edited by AO Moderation Team; 02-25-2014 at 06:03 PM. Reason: tags
Weren't we supposed to have some assembled pics from bigevil at some point?
Thats very cool to be able to print your cad file to make the prototype.
Yes, Ive had some delays. But I believe I forgot to adjust something in the prototype. Been messing with it. Still going to send it to BE. But think I need to run thru one more prototype.
Last edited by cougar20th; 03-11-2014 at 12:24 PM.
The one on the left looks awesome, the one on the right might be good too.
If ordering logistics and cost allow, I'd probably order a couple
Obviously not an issue for plastic triggers but for the metal ones, have you considered the possibility of increasing the trigger pivot OD to allow purchasers to add a thin wall delrin (or similar) bushing in there without the wall getting creepy?
The one on the right is for the Demon frame.
Theres no need for a delrin bushing. These pivot just fine when made of aluminum.
The one on the left was a surprise, it looks a LOT like one I'm currently carving out for a pneumag. Yours is a bit deeper fore-aft than the one I'm making, wider too I think, mine is only 1/4"
The plastic isn't so much for friction as for feel... Not sure how to describe it. No big deal in any case thanks for the reply
That look awesome........
The pictures great. It shows the height difference well. From what I recall the shift up is 1/2" - 5/8" I would have to check the model for exact.
Note: the front foregrip mount is not on the prototype. It will be on the final.
Scotts not had the time to test it thoroughly yet.
Im getting everything inline so that when machine time frees up these can be made. Probably have a very expensive aluminum prototype made as one final check. Ive got quotes (which will change due to material costs). Ive got a rough sales structure laid out for those that only want some of the parts not all.
Last edited by cougar20th; 04-21-2014 at 12:14 PM.
i have held this and totally agree so far with Scott's assessment of it so far. it is comfortable but at the time, it was not on gun. crazily, the 2 finger trigger is rather comfortable.