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View Poll Results: WHICH WOULD YOU WANT:
Both: Vert Adapter and Forgrip Extender 16 30.77%
Only: Vert Adapter 14 26.92%
Only: Forgrip Extender 4 7.69%
Neither: I don't own a Micromag, but great idea 16 30.77%
Neither: I own a Micromag but not interested, thanks for asking. 2 3.85%
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Old 01-11-2016, 10:59 AM   #71 (permalink)
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I bought a 3-D printed one for my Micro. I like it, it gets the job done, at least in the little testing I have done, but would prefer an aluminum one for any number of reasons.

I am going to buy one of Lukes foregrip extenders if I can ever figure out an angled gas through foregrip top put on it.
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Old 04-15-2016, 03:16 PM   #72 (permalink)
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I messaged the designer of the composite feeds on Shapeways, but wanted to mention it on here as well...Is there any interest (other than my own) in stock feed adapters? Either a cram and jam style or a horizontal feed block similar to the CCI one that would accept the threaded CCI stock feed tubes only for a micro?

They don't already exist anywhere correct? I couldn't find any..

I see a fair amount of people have stock feed automags/minimags so why not Micros too, especially since it wouldn't have to be a permanent modification. Anyways, I know it's a pretty niche product, but maybe with a bit of interest someone would design a 3D print model..

Also sorry if this doesn't belong in this thread, it just seemed to be of a similar vein.
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Old 04-15-2016, 05:10 PM   #73 (permalink)
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I'd imagine people would be interested if he made em. Enough micros out there and theyre pretty ideal for stock conversion.
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Old 04-16-2016, 02:40 PM   #74 (permalink)
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I messaged the designer of the composite feeds on Shapeways, but wanted to mention it on here as well...Is there any interest (other than my own) in stock feed adapters? Either a cram and jam style or a horizontal feed block similar to the CCI one that would accept the threaded CCI stock feed tubes only for a micro?

They don't already exist anywhere correct? I couldn't find any..

I see a fair amount of people have stock feed automags/minimags so why not Micros too, especially since it wouldn't have to be a permanent modification. Anyways, I know it's a pretty niche product, but maybe with a bit of interest someone would design a 3D print model..

Also sorry if this doesn't belong in this thread, it just seemed to be of a similar vein.
Great idea and yeah I think most would be interested, I would be. And u would think since have the cad work is done it would be easy to do. Just have to change the cad from going straight up to towards the back of the valve.


And yeah cram and jam would be best.
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Yeah seems easy enough, although I did just realize that's there's a potential problem with the feed tube interfering with the macro line elbow perhaps? Unless of course you're running a reverse valve. Either way, hopefully I'll get a response soon either through here or shapeways/email and I'll keep you guys posted.

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Wont be an issue for macro clearance really, unless you make the feed angle different. But Direct feed should have enough clearance.
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