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« on: March 30, 2014, 06:00:57 PM »

Hey all!
 I just added the Crimson Trace green laser/light foregrip to the bullpup and wanted to let everyone know of spacing issues with this set up.  If you notice in the one pic, the safety lip on the front of the front of the kit blocks the laser and partially blocks the light.  I initially thought I'd shave it down but wasn't sure about the aesthetics of trying to do that and what it would do to the polymer. Then I decided to put a spacer below the piccatinni rail.  I was at a local gun shop and they laser cut the spacer for me.  I did have to replace the screws since they weren't long enough but everything is perfect now


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