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    There are websites that allow me to build a computer to my specifications... pick a processor and motherboard, then specify the RAM, hard drive, peripherals, case, etc. It also flags whenever there are incompatible parts in the build.

    I'm probably asking for too much, but if there's something like this for building an AR platform, I'd likely configure, build and buy 3-4 right off the bat.

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    What your asking for is on every site it’s called a shopping cart go fill it with whatever you need
    I swear some days its just not worth chewing through the restraints!
    A gun is like a parachute If you need one and donít have one you probably never need one again.
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    As soon as you want to start selecting parts specific to your needs and desires how could one expect a discounted rate like the mystery box rate? It’s ludicrous to think that would be feasible but on that note tna pricing is as good as any and there is always good deals to be had
    I swear some days its just not worth chewing through the restraints!
    A gun is like a parachute If you need one and donít have one you probably never need one again.
    Arguing with Idiots is like playing chess with a pigeon, even if you win they S#!T all over your board and strut around like they won anyways

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    Quote Originally Posted by RabbitTeeth View Post
    There are websites that allow me to build a computer to my specifications... pick a processor and motherboard, then specify the RAM, hard drive, peripherals, case, etc. It also flags whenever there are incompatible parts in the build.

    I'm probably asking for too much, but if there's something like this for building an AR platform, I'd likely configure, build and buy 3-4 right off the bat.
    our development team is working on something like that

    For now you can email us with your ideas and we'll help choose all the parts and make sure you don't miss anything. First step is to decide on your cartridge, then barrel length. Then we find a barrel and then choose a handguard, then go from there.
    True North Arms Corp.
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    Thanks TNA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevey3737 View Post
    What your asking for is on every site it’s called a shopping cart go fill it with whatever you need
    It sounds like you may not know what I'm talking about. Check out the Dell, Microsoft, Apple, or Alienware website, and try configuring a computer. It narrows down what's compatible, what's not compatible, and your options change depending on the starting platform you pick. True North Arms Corp gets it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by True North Arms Corp View Post
    our development team is working on something like that

    For now you can email us with your ideas and we'll help choose all the parts and make sure you don't miss anything. First step is to decide on your cartridge, then barrel length. Then we find a barrel and then choose a handguard, then go from there.
    That's fantastic. Getting the system architecture up and running will be the time consuming part, but once it's set, it will only be a matter of adding inventory and creating relationships between parts (true/false statements for compatibility).

    Do you guys have a timeline, and do you need beta testers?

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