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Thread: T97.ca | Official Thread of the T97NSR Lower Hand Guard (LHG) | PART II

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    !!!M14.ca!!!You guys are top notch!!!
    Couple questions off topic...
    Has the Chinese government placed a 200 million unit order yet or are they just gonna rip off the design??
    You guys should build ARs or design a NR black rifle for us Canucks!!
    Keep up the good work guys

    Thank-you for this post. We will see a rifle of our own assemblage come to market, one day. No further comment.
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    And the ideas keep getting better! Awesome job guys & I look forward to getting one.

    Thank-you.
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    Thanks for your comments and insights so far. We will be reviewing and commenting to each post yet. For now, here is the latest Mastercam screen shot.



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    That. Is. Wicked.
    Need to see that on the gun. I know it takes time, but that looks very clean.

    Thank-you. There are still many changes to be made to this drawing before we put out a new prototype. More to come...
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    Can't wait to see the final product . I can say that M14.ca is leading in design by allowing input from end users . I would think that other companys would stand up and take notice . Once again I have CC in hand and ready to use when you are ready to take my $$$$ . Great job so far !
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    Can't wait to see the new one coming up... well done T97.ca

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    What's the rationale behind this all encompassing hand guard?

    The ATG allows you to support and steady the rifle with the under side of your retracted forearm (the human part).



    I'd rather see a slightly larger(gloves) trigger guard with an angled support for the front hand to grip like in this model below, or just the trigger guard but with the option of attaching a grip area for the front hand.

    The LHG trigger guards are removable. An aftermarket accessory could be supplied in the future as there is a mount point on the LHG that will be suitable. We will incorporate a mounting hole in the front face of the AR15 grip adapter for a second contact point. For now, the ATG/STG parts will be simple and cost effective to manufacture.

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    There goes another faked photo of pre-assembled unit... but who can tell me the usage of these two window cuts on each side of the LHG?... For some kind of new modules to put on...? I'll appreciate any new information, thanks a lot!!


    5. The forearm to include two Kydex plates on either side which will offer the following benefits:
    A. haircell Kydex P3 for good grip texture
    B. forward grip comfort in Winter conditions
    C. the option to interchange the fore arm plates to various Kydex colors to match grips or FTU in FDE, OD Green, etc.. Following the new Keltec M43, we decided this would also leave open the possibility of adding wood furniture to the T97NSR Lower in the future
    D. lighterweight than the aluminum sectional it replaces
    E. a flat surface area without lightening holes
    F. an FN FAL fore arm look and feel




    Cheers,
    bossh

    Thank-you for this rendered image! Note to reader: there are two removable trigger guards planned for the LHG. The first is what we call the Angled Trigger Guard (ATG). The second is more traditional and is named the Standard Trigger Guard (STG). The STG is planned to be over-sized for gloved fingers and rectangular in shape. With regret and thanks again to Bossh, it has however been decided that the STG will not have a rounded contour as shown in this render.
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    Kydex panels. The cut outs keep it light. It's a skeletonized design. Think like 1911 panel grips.
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    I completely agree with Can-down, the trigger guard should look more "beefy" I don't like the rendition in Bossh's picture, looks um "gay" I get that its glove friendly but it just looks "danty" and "flimsy" somehow. Much prefer the solid look of the one in Can-down's post. (post #67)

    Please review Post 68 for further clarification.
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