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Stevil
06-06-2005, 10:47 PM
Okay this came from an off-topic discussion in another thread and I thought it deserved some individual merit without scrolling through pictures of dodgy M1A's...

I've heard of M96 owners in the PRK securely sowing a modified AR type pistol grip into the palm of a glove -- simply slip it onto the post when firing -- technically it isn't permanently attached!

Has anyone witnessed this clever invention, or indeed own one of these evil devises.

rkt88edmo
06-07-2005, 6:39 AM
Interesting idea. It brings new meaning to the term shooting glove http://calguns.net/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_redface.gif

LongBch_SigP226
06-07-2005, 6:58 AM
LOL!! But then it's sad we live in the State where we have to resort to such action.

s281c
06-07-2005, 7:19 AM
Originally posted by Stevil:
Okay this came from an off-topic discussion in another thread and I thought it deserved some individual merit without scrolling through pictures of dodgy M1A's...

I've heard of M96 owners in the PRK securely sowing a modified AR type pistol grip into the palm of a glove -- simply slip it onto the post when firing -- technically it isn't permanently attached!

Has anyone witnessed this clever invention, or indeed own one of these evil devises.

hmm, I'll have to give that a try....... http://calguns.net/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif

esskay
06-08-2005, 1:09 AM
Stevil, do you have a link to the other thread?

Mr331
06-08-2005, 8:17 AM
We all know the gun laws in Ca. really suck. When you read that, it just smacks you in the face how horrible it really is. http://www.calguns.net/banghead.gif
Anyway...how do I rig up this glove? LOL

C.G.
06-08-2005, 9:27 AM
Stevil, do you have a link to the other thread?
I am not Stevil, but the thread was in My SOCOM for PRK and now a big brother , couple threads down.

bu-bye
06-08-2005, 1:02 PM
I'm glad this topic was started. What would be the legal view on making a grip the locked on the post via hand pressure that comes off when the pressure is removed? As said above its sad we even have a topic about this but crazy libs call for crazy actions sometimes.

Stevil
06-08-2005, 8:48 PM
Yeah the thread was a SOCOM thread, thought it was a hi-jack so I started a new one.

I don't see why a pressure grip as long as it can't be permanently attached would be any different to the glove version. BUT I sure wouldn't want to be the DOJ "test-case"!

esskay
06-09-2005, 5:06 AM
Ah sorry, I've been posting on that SOCOM thread... I thought you meant that there was a thread on another forum... Thanks.

bu-bye
06-09-2005, 12:24 PM
Originally posted by Stevil:
BUT I sure wouldn't want to be the DOJ "test-case"!

Yeah me either. Sending something like that to the DOJ feels like you are a 16 years asking daddy for a new Vette. Yeah daddy may say yes but you are 99% sure its a no. It seems like these days they ban just for looking "evil".

PS
If you had a vette at 16 I hate you http://calguns.net/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_mad.gif

jimx
06-09-2005, 7:21 PM
Legal issues aside – Seems that for it to work properly it would be unsafe???

Stevil
06-09-2005, 9:09 PM
If you imagine shoving a solid grip with a reciprocating hole slightly smaller (tighter) than the peg onto the peg of the M96, I think you'll find -- assuming you're also supporting the rifle on the forearm with your other hand -- that it will work quite well... of course don't plan on picking anything up with your gloved grip hand! http://calguns.net/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_smile.gif

06-11-2005, 8:21 PM
Originally posted by jimx:
Legal issues aside – Seems that for it to work properly it would be unsafe???

Not to mention unnecessary since the RA M96 works without the pistol grip. It honestly just isn't that hard to fire without it's "manhood" attached.