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Old 10-09-2017, 4:29 PM
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with photobucket not being free to host images...most image threads on many forums are 'dead'.
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Old 10-09-2017, 5:02 PM
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with photobucket not being free to host images...most image threads on many forums are 'dead'.
And that's why imgur is the way to go.

Just added the Featureless Arms Liberal Grip to my AR. Probably the best featureless option yet, and I was an early adapter since the Monsterman Grip first came out.

On my WASR, I actually took the MIAD Grip w/ the Exile Machine Backfin off of the above AR, and picked up the Doublestar Ace AR AK grip adapter. I'm a lefty so the adapter actually helps give a little extra space for my thumb between the thumb shelf and the side rail.


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Old 10-09-2017, 9:10 PM
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What stock is that? Looks really good.
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Old 10-09-2017, 10:42 PM
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Aero 20 Upper and Anderson Lower with a Timney 2-stage trigger and Hero CQR-CA stock.

I've always liked the look of weapons designed for manga or sci-fi which influenced my build. I just wish the Aero FDE and CQR tan were a closer color match but that's nit-picking. The black lower helps break up the disparity and adds visual contrast.

Though I'm a righty I mounted the longer arm of my ambi-selector set on the right side of my receiver and the short one on the left. Because it's a quick throw, in the 'Fire' mode, the slanted arm acts as a thumb rest for my right hand.

Even with 1" rings, the scope is too low to mount a rear BUIS without blocking access to the charging handle. I've since added additional .5" risers as a fix [not pictured].



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Old 10-10-2017, 8:27 AM
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What stock is that? Looks really good.
That is the Guntec Airlite Minimalist Stock. Haven't seen much on it by way of reviews, but so far it's proven pretty sturdy.
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Old 10-10-2017, 1:50 PM
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LR-308 with a fresh rattle can kryptek job


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Top: Featureless with Strike Industries Red Line parts, Odin Extended Mag Release, Magpul Fixed Carbine Stock, Strike Industries Megafin Featureless Grip, KVP Linear Comp
Bottom: AR Maglock with MFT stock, Pistol grip, KVP Linear Comp

I switch upper and lower but keep them CA compliant with any combination.


Are there any SI Megafin grip users who flipped the right side selector 180 degree to avoid the interference against right thumb?

Here is an example of 180 degree flip:
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Old 10-11-2017, 12:35 PM
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Are there any SI Megafin grip users who flipped the right side selector 180 degree to avoid the interference against right thumb?

Here is an example of 180 degree flip:

I do that with my AR's that use the Magpul/Exile combo that the SI grip copies. I had to sand down the pointy parts of the GI style ambi safety though. They kept stabbing my thumb.

I did find that short throw safeties can be left as is without interference. The SI short throw ambi safety is a good, cost effective alternative.
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I do that with my AR's that use the Magpul/Exile combo that the SI grip copies. I had to sand down the pointy parts of the GI style ambi safety though. They kept stabbing my thumb.

I did find that short throw safeties can be left as is without interference. The SI short throw ambi safety is a good, cost effective alternative.
Thank you for your response. I'm afraid SI's Flip Switch may not work well because the thumb rest is too close to the center of the safety selector as shown the pics below. The center of right side selector would need to be flat like Battle Arms Development's selectors.


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Old 10-12-2017, 5:28 PM
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Got my SI simple grip in the mail the other day. After a quick stipple job I like it a lot.
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Looks great. What kind of grip/fin and muzzle device are those?
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Looks great. What kind of grip/fin and muzzle device are those?
Looks like the Strike Industries Warhog Comp and Strike Industries Simple Grip
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Looks like the Strike Industries Warhog Comp and Strike Industries Simple Grip
very close! its SI Sail-Comp and SI simple grip
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Looks great. What kind of grip/fin and muzzle device are those?
thanks! SI Sail-Comp and SI simple grip
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Old 11-05-2017, 7:25 PM
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My non evil Black rifle.

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Am I imagining it, or is that an A1 buttstock? If so, did you have to cut the MMG in order to fit it?
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Old 11-10-2017, 8:10 AM
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^^^nice!
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Exile Machine needs to release backfins for the CAA UPG again.
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Exile Machine needs to release backfins for the CAA UPG again.


Agreed. Glad I could snag one before they stopped production. Much better than the MIAD


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Thought the grips on these (middle 3) AKs were worth sharing.




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Thought the grips on these (middle 3) AKs were worth sharing.




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I really enjoy photography and there are some sweet photos here in this thread!

I took this photo this morning of our new Sparrow Dynamics compliant rifle grip. The morning sun on the moss just after a rain was such a bright green. I'll try to get some better photos soon and some with my Colt.

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That looks awesome and I like the grip. I think I just found something to add to my Christmas list.
Do you happen to have more pics of your colt?
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I really enjoy photography and there are some sweet photos here in this thread!

I took this photo this morning of our new Sparrow Dynamics compliant rifle grip.
That actually looks waaaaaay better than the concept image in your sig would lead one to believe. Might want to add it! Iím definitely gonna pick one up after seeing that.
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Here's my featureless build that I just got done. Well not 100% done, but 99%. Waiting for the Black Friday sales somewhere for a Lantac BCG.

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My goal is to assemble the best visual featureless rifles with the highest grade parts and not compromise functionality / reliability. IMO this rifle sets that bar.
PWS MK1 MOD1 14 1/2" upper
Pin & welded surefire comp
Pinned stock
F&R Troy sights / EOTech
CNC single stage trigger
Liberal grip / ambitious safety
Magpul sling
2x 10 round PMags with coupler

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/\ fine looking carbine. How do you like the grip?
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/\ fine looking carbine. How do you like the grip?
Thank you. The Liberal grip is my favorite so far & I've tried a dozen different types. Here's same rifle.


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Compared to the hammerhead from exile machine you prefer this one?
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Compared to the hammerhead from exile machine you prefer this one?
It's not even close. This is a grip that allows your thumb to do it's job. There's a new one coming out from Resurgent Arms that will give this one a run for its money in a few weeks.
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Old 11-21-2017, 7:54 AM
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Had fun shooting the 20lb DP28 off hand - you have to hold on to the bipod leg since the action/ejection is underneath the gun.

Didn't hit a damn thing.

Fun!

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Compared to the hammerhead from exile machine you prefer this one?
I have both on one of my rifles. I prefer the liberal mostly because it has greater space for all my fingers on the grip.

I have a resurgent arms order I am waiting on and I have a sparrow dynamics grip on the way. My only issue with the liberal is that the grip seems a little steep. I think I'd want a little less of an angle.
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I'm using the Liberal on a new build and like it as well.

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I’d never seen that sparrow grip, looks really good!
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