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

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    Bingo! That trigger guard looks awesome. The whole lower look rocks!!!

    More to come here.
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    I'd like to see a cheek piece replacement that gives a proper flattop. Would the barrel be too low in that configuration?

    The FTU with most optics configurations should not require a cheek riser. The Bushnell TRS-25 set up very nicely. A Bushnell 1-4x scope set up very well with QD low rings.
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    Bossh: You've raised the level of anticipation for members of our own shop, including myself. Thank-you, your render is accurate. We are currently using the Hogue AR15 rubber grip as a standard for the ATG which has been modified significantly. The STG or Standard Trigger Guard may look similar to the render however, to address Can-down's Post #67, we are investigating an extended STG.
    Thanks Bossh!

    Frank, maybe a molded plastic grip could be made that would attach to the forward part of the trigger guard where it angles up to meet the forearm.

    Yes, indeed. Edited post 78 to read the "...STG or Standard Trigger Guard may look similar to the render however, to address Can-down's Post #67, we are investigating an extended STG." (This would be a single piece aluminum part).

    A couple( or even just one if the grip is keyed around the guard) of threaded holes in the guard to allow easy attachment of the angled fore grip.

    Even just the way it is in Bossh's rendition looks like it would be comfortable to shoot with the front hand braced off the guard.

    Agreed. We will extend the STG if it can be done cost effectively. More time required.
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    Agreed, this version of the trigger guard looks very nice.

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    I have been monitor this and other development threads from you but I have say I am really impressed with your design and and not only that because you did take time to review each post and responded to almost every single individual's comment and I have to say I am speechless!

    A big kudo to Frank and your team!

    Keep up the exc. work!

    Cheers

    Cheers and thanks for this comment.
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    The ATG is setting up to be a very light weight part.



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    The second rendition of the trigger guard that Bossh proposed looks really nice.

    Out of curiosity, what will the mount points for the shell deflector be? You guys must have a specific design for a shell deflector if you decided to add the mounting points. Care to share?

    We have no drawing at this writing for a shell deflector. The mount location on the LHG will simply ensure a mount point.
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    It's pretty nice that you guys are designing options! I guess that design will be specific to the hogue grip.
    Thanks.

    Yes, the Hogue grip will be required for the ATG.

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    I'm for this one as well. Can't wait! These mods are making the T97 the new M305! Rock on!
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    As for the Extended STG... I think there's an alternative way to do it with the existing STG, I guess...




    What you guys think of it?...

    Cheers,
    bossh

    The existing STG with secondary extension adds a third variation to the modifiable trigger guard concept for the T97NSR LHG. It seems that this latest option fits right in the middle of our original plan: to offer an Angled Trigger Guard and a Standard Trigger Guard that is swappable. With the addition of the forward brace on the STG, this will give the end user 3 options from which to choose. Well done. This is taking the trigger guard concept to a whole new level.
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