I haven't tried their collapsible stock with the adapter, however their interface appears to be nearly identical.I hope this works with my ZTRS Sig stock as well as the factory SB Sig brace! If not, I may have to buy the rail version too!
Not sure what this has to do with my component. I will say this as you can see in the first page my prototypes are SLS printed Nylon, ideally I wanted to use a glass reinforced nylon for my adapters. They are now 6061 aluminum.FYI Dan Haga has his Tailhook adapters back in stock. Just put in my order ��
It should work fine. I have to look through my original measurement to see if I captivated the overall receiver width of the MPX. If not I will swing past the LGS and measure it. That width is what would drive the folding brace to nest properly (given that its a little wider then their stocks from what I have seen). It will absolutely mount given the standard interface.Do you know if the SB MPX PSB will work with the 1913 pic version?
So you are going to buy another ACR now....Great job! The folding MCX stocks to stay folded more securely are a bit thinner so I probably would've gone this route if I decided to keep my ACR.
One of my prototypes. I have a couple in various lengths. They have existed in various states in my lower thread. I initially built to try and drive up some interest for Geissele to build one since acquaintances of mine said they where looking at the platform again, they where posted in a private FB group where I was told Bill saw it. I would like to make them but realistically I would need to buy an extrusion tool to do it most efficiently. I have another version of the model in the works with additional structural ribbing, however that would have to be a SLS part or a pricey injection mold. I am not sure the revised model built in a SLS machine would meet expectations for torsional rigidity, or live through being bounced off shooting positions and the like. I haven't broke a handguard yet, but I haven't run them hard, and they defiantly not something you could reliable zero off of in its current state.Hang on a minute! What handguard is that in the middle picture?!