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    LPR-Foregrip

    Plenty of LPR-FG's in stock, if these dont move off the shelf there probably wont be another run.

    Curved or Straight Grip $175


    This comes complete with mounting hardware and 1/16" ID low pressure barb, ships raw, assembled or not.
    Rail requires a slot for 10-32 mounting screws. Low pressure airline comes up between the two mounting screws in the rail.



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    Regulator tops and oring carriers:


    Valve Stems:


    Hardware and orings:


    Valve Seals:


    Spring Plates:


    LPR Hose Nipples:
    Last edited by luke; 08-09-2014 at 07:52 PM.

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    will you submit an assembly diagram with the grip when it ships?
    like how the m90 frame and m86 frame have?

    I forgot. will these be a stock item?
    My sydarm weighs less than yours!!!

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    I'm in for 1 (curved). Is the money due now or after you reach 20 commitments?

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    Quote Originally Posted by knownothingmags View Post
    will you submit an assembly diagram with the grip when it ships?
    like how the m90 frame and m86 frame have?
    Yes, I'll put a nice web accessible assembly guide, these are extremely easy to assemble.

    I forgot. will these be a stock item?
    Not exactly sure, much of that depends on the preorder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kjcent View Post
    I'm in for 1 (curved). Is the money due now or after you reach 20 commitments?
    Preorder is payments up front.

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    ill take a straight one.
    send me order and money will be on its way.
    are either one of the ones in the pics available for shipment now. assembled?

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    What else will we need aside from the LPR foregrip to get these running?

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    With these fg, the rail will have to be milled for the lp hose to let it go from the fg to the ram. Is it right ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TyeStick View Post
    What else will we need aside from the LPR foregrip to get these running?
    This is a complete low pressure regulator, as stated above it will include your mounting hardware and lpr barb.
    You will need your air supply fittings to and from the forgrip, a channel to run your lpr hose, and all your components that need low pressure air.
    ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by maverick13 View Post
    With these fg, the rail will have to be milled for the lp hose to let it go from the fg to the ram. Is it right ?
    Yes.

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    I sent you a PM.

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    PM answered..

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    Sending pm.

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    I'll take a straight one. PM'd the shipping details.

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    Alright Luke, i want two straight please. Pm being sent.

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    Can I use a CCM fitting for the bottom of the LPR foregrip?
    I've never done a pnuemag, so I'm try to figure out what types of fittings and other things I need. Search results didn't yield much information.

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    Only if it's a straight fitting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Only if it's a straight fitting.
    So, my bottom line would have to be macro line then, correct?

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    Yes.


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    Got mine today just have to set up the marker tommorow

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    Quote Originally Posted by knownothingmags View Post
    Got mine today just have to set up the marker tommorow
    By the way I set the output pressure at 75 psi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TyeStick View Post
    Can I use a CCM fitting for the bottom of the LPR foregrip? I've never done a pnuemag, so I'm try to figure out what types of fittings and other things I need. Search results didn't yield much information.
    You could probably use 1/8 male to female extender if you wanted to use ccm 90 fitting.

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    You can add me to the list. I'll take a straight.

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    Pm'd for a curved one.

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    Thanks tolar250!

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    Just wanted to say I'm not sitting around waiting to fill this order up. I'm still working on this everyday. The stuff I was going to source will now be made in house. I've been designing, prototyping and testing behind the scene. Spending lots of time locating necessary tooling, fixtures and materials. This has become a much larger project than ever anticipated.

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    just to let everyone know, if you didn't these things are amazing.
    I love mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knownothingmags View Post
    just to let everyone know, if you didn't these things are amazing.
    I love mine.
    Thanks for making me even more anxious get my hands on one.

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    I'm curious on this, I'd love to pick one up but had one question. I'm waiting on one of the ripper bodies and rails from XMT and was curious if extra milling would have to be done to these frames aside from the routing for the microline. I'm still newish to mags and and am not sure on how foregrips mount on emag length rails.

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    The only way to tell is to look at the rail, either it has the channel or not.

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