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Old 02-15-2012, 09:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Building a ULE mag

So, I've got a ULE body on the way.
I already have an extra intelliframe, and mag rail.
Other than an x-valve, what else is needed to build a ULE mag?
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Old 02-15-2012, 09:15 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Foregrip?
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Sear, airline, fittings, and ASA? And barrel?
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Foregrip?
Not big on foregrips.
Am I the only one?
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Yeah, only newbies hold the foregrip. Pros hold the pump...wait a sec...
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Yeah, only newbies hold the foregrip. Pros hold the pump...wait a sec...
Where in Vancouver do you play?
I used to live there.

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Not big on foregrips.
Am I the only one?
I use one on my mag. I need something to do with my left hand, and it keeps my big sausage fingers off the barrel. Ideally, I would get some sort of foregrip that sits just like a pump handle just forward of the rail, and just under the barrel. But I don't use my mag enough to justify such trouble... I usually use my T2 anyway.
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I use one on my mag. I need something to do with my left hand, and it keeps my big sausage fingers off the barrel. Ideally, I would get some sort of foregrip that sits just like a pump handle just forward of the rail, and just under the barrel. But I don't use my mag enough to justify such trouble... I usually use my T2 anyway.
Yes, I prefer that type of grip as well.
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