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mshill
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« Reply #40 on: May 15, 2017, 06:48:25 PM »

Looks awesome.  Goodbye grip wrap...
I was planning on registering as an AW in CA cause I hated the grip wrap.  Ordered a safety thumb rest too.  This will really help to control the "featureless" firearm one handed. 
The icing on the cake is that it was created behind enemy lines and yet Shapeways is out of state so no sales tax for CA. Suck it DeLeon.
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« Reply #41 on: Yesterday at 03:56:14 AM »

Hey all, hold off on ordering the fins for now.  There seems to be enough worry about compliance with the silly law so I've added a brace to go against the side of the gun to prevent the shark fin from flexing.  I'll probably put up both versions so you can choose from each, but if you wait you'll have a choice of which one you want.

For those who've already ordered a fin, I made an adapter part if you'd like to add it on.  You'll have to drill a hole in the fin and provide your own nut & bolt.  I'll provide these at cost since it was an afterthought.

I've just ordered the new parts, so they should be here in just over a week.  I'll let you know how it goes.
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« Reply #42 on: Yesterday at 04:51:34 PM »

Hey all, hold off on ordering the fins for now.  There seems to be enough worry about compliance with the silly law so I've added a brace to go against the side of the gun to prevent the shark fin from flexing.  I'll probably put up both versions so you can choose from each, but if you wait you'll have a choice of which one you want.

For those who've already ordered a fin, I made an adapter part if you'd like to add it on.  You'll have to drill a hole in the fin and provide your own nut & bolt.  I'll provide these at cost since it was an afterthought.

I've just ordered the new parts, so they should be here in just over a week.  I'll let you know how it goes.

While I ordered already (supposed to arrive tomorrow)  I am less worried about the fin flexing than I am about the stupid 30"OAL with welded/pinned muzzle device that showed up in the (leaked) proposed DOJ regulations.  Ain't no way I am pinning/welding that 4" abortion on my barrel. F-em all.
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