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Old 11-27-2009, 3:18 PM
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Hmmm.......... Might have to have one of these.........
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Old 11-30-2009, 7:29 PM
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Sweet!

Just remember that the stock can't be collapsible on a featureless rifle.
just to make sure, you're talking the 6 position stocks too, not just side and top folding or other madels right? sounds dumb but i could have sworn i saw a 6 position on a "featureless" rifle
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Old 11-30-2009, 8:28 PM
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It was most likely pinned in place, that is how mine is, MOE pinned so it doesn't move but it allowed to to set the LOP.
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Old 11-30-2009, 8:32 PM
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Mark, im curious did you consider making these out of plastic/polymer to save weight?
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How is the finish when wet? Is it slippery?
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Throw some checkering on it. 30 lpi would be nice.
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"make the stock feel right" sissies, make a stock with spikes that dig into your shoulder about a half inch, true "non slip"
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This would look awesome:

who makes this set-up ??
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Old 12-31-2009, 2:23 PM
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Bump for an awesome product!
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We're pleased to announce we have Authorized dealers now in Chatsworth and Pasadena. Addax Tactical and Valkyrie Tactical.

More dealers coming soon, check our dealer page for details...
http://www.exilemachine.com/dealers.html
Does the dealer in Chatsworth have a sample in stock?
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Thanks to all who placed last minute orders trying to beat the end-of-year rush. There's still time to grab one off Gunbroker for a song...
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ordered one yesterday
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BTT good guy. great product design.

Now if he just had something for AKs
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Anyone have any first-hand accounts/pics/vids of this thing in action other than the manufacturer?

I only ask because I want this to be a viable option, but honestly it looks extremely uncomfortable to me. It looks the opposite of ergonomic. I've been thinking about trying one, but would like to hear feedback from folks that have used them for extended periods of time, and how they like the hammerhead vs the MMG.
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Anyone have any first-hand accounts/pics/vids of this thing in action other than the manufacturer?

I only ask because I want this to be a viable option, but honestly it looks extremely uncomfortable to me. It looks the opposite of ergonomic. I've been thinking about trying one, but would like to hear feedback from folks that have used them for extended periods of time, and how they like the hammerhead vs the MMG.
I cannot speak for "extended periods of time" but I did make it out to Burro with mine on Sunday. I have mine set up with the short tactical fixed stock in the lower position. I was working up a load for my DPMS Sweet 16 so I put 50 rounds slow fire through it, all shots were from the bench using a front benchrest and my hand to support the stock in the rear. It felt and functioned just fine, my only problem with the set up was that with the stock in the lower position I found that my usual rear bag was too tall so I need to get a shorter rear bag for when I shoot with it from the bench, otherwise it functioned flawlessly and felt great. I do not have a MMG set up but I have been running a U15 for a couple years now and I think that both of these set ups are very nice. The U15 is a little lighter, not as bulky, but it is uglier and the charge handle has a tendency to drag across the foam tube that goes over the buffer tube. The Hammerhead is a bit bulky in my current configuration, is a bit on the heavy side with the Sweet 16, but it is a tad more comfortable, no dragging charge handle issues, and is a better looking setup. While I have handled a few MMG setups, I have never shot one, that being said, I would definitely spend my money on a Hammerhead, it's a nice setup and unlike anything else out there it can be configured in a multitude of different ways.
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Old 01-12-2010, 9:27 AM
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Let's keep the discussion in the Hammerhead discussion thread: http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=245854
WHOOPS! Sorry about that... I still have this thread in my "subscribe" list so I forgot that it was a FS thread. I'll move on over to the proper one.
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hmmm i might have to give one of these a try !
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Old 01-15-2010, 2:34 PM
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FedEx just dropped off a package! Initial impressions of box is it is well taped. Open it up and she sure is wrapped safely, especially for a stout piece of aluminum!

Im going write a brief first impression of installation and feel in the other thread in the main forum. Just had to post this first to give a bump and say how the shipping was. Id also like to say that from the time of winning bid to my door took only 4 days from Texas. Fast shipping if I may say so myself.
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looks great i like it .............
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While I haven't shot one I love that you can drop the buttstock down lower. Shooting tactically CQB with a Red dot you are taught to bring the sight up to your eyes, rather than drop your cheek down onto the stock. Doing so puts the botton tip of the buttstock right at about your trap muscle rather than having the stock pulled snug into your shoulder. Being able to drop the stock down actually makes for a more ergonomical shooting position. I always found it interresting that more stocks weren't designed to fix that problem.

Awesome looking product and a free bump!

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Tracy Rifle and Pistol LLC
2726 Naglee RD
Tracy CA 95304
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Cool! That's the closest dealer to me yet. Maybe I'll actually get a chance to see one of these in person!
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Let me take a moment to tell you about Mark. You couldn't hope to deal with a better guy in any business! I have a SunDevil build that I'm working on. As you may know, SunDevils are overbuilt and are not mil-spec. For my first Hammerhead (a Gen 1), the fit was designed for a mil-spec receiver. I thought I was out of luck and dared to hope for a refund. Mark not only was willing to give a refund, but also offered to look into the situation to see if he could make it work. Long story short: Mark actually ordered a SunDevil lower and modified his in-progress Gen 2 Hammerhead to almost completely accommodate the non-mil-spec SunDevil while still fitting all mil-spec lowers. His correspondence has been regular and impressive in its thoroughness as he keeps me updated on the development of the Gen 2 which I look forward to using on my build. If you've seen his site (click on "CONFIG" tab), my build will end up being closest to the Type II configuration with the inverted ACE stock. I will post photos and a review of the fit and feel when the build is done. None of this would be possible without Mark and his helpfulness with my atypical lower receiver. Thank you, Mark!
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I was just building a new AR..

So to be clear.. if you run this you can forego the bullet button and use 30-rnd pre-ban mags that you own?

Hmmm..
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Are you offering the stocks shown in your profile pic as well?
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Ordered the stubby polymer grip, I figured for $35 bucks I can experiment and maybe some day replace my flash hider.
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How many cavities in that mold? Almost looks like a simple shuttle mold.
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I ordered one of your grips, it looks like it would be a great setup since Iím not a fan of pistol grips. I also picked up an ACE UL entry stock (for the grip) and a rifle length buffer tube for the action. I would prefer to use the rifle length buffer tube so I can run my JP lightened buffer. I have a question for you. If I run a rifle length buffer + ACE foam pad on the action, what can I use to hold in the takedown pin detent spring? Normally with a rifle buffer tube the stock keeps it in. Thanks.
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Bump for the poly grip. It kicks ***!! Got mine painted and taped up. Will post pics this weekend.
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Wow i ordered it on Friday late night got home and it was here!!! Its monday today, put that bad boy on and must say I LIKE IT! Way better then the kydex now only if they made one for a Ak stamped receiver.... BTT!!!!!!
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Question. I figure the bump on the top of the grip that contours to the back of the lower was for cosmetic reasons? Why I ask is if it wasn't there, would that give us small hands guys a half an inch or so to tuck our grip in a little closer to the trigger?

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Finally got a pic, better late than never.

And yes the stock is pinned.



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Finally got a pic, better late than never.

And yes the stock is pinned.



How or where did you get your stock pinned at?
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I did it. Drilled a hole and ran an allen head screw through. It blocks the little metal plunger from going down.



I also drilled a hole in the bottom of the stock and put another allen head screw. This is before i got the proper length screw, but its easier to see.

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