Cant wait to see how it turns out!
I know that is a hard pill to swallow but the extra $200 and filing the paperwork beats 10 years in Club Fed.Yeah and with the ATF's new shenanigans their pulling 2021R-08. It's going to kinda kill this little pistol I feel....I know I'm going to be hella jaded if it passes(which I sadly think it will) so its going to force people to convert to carbines or throw away their braces. I bought mine for the mp7 esq feel. and racking another $200 into a 22 is insane. paying 5 bills for the gun was tough enough of a pill to swallow.
Other than "will not comply"? The new rules if passed will knock the cp33 out from the word go. First rule is must exceed 64oz's.....without ammo/accessories. Yeah not going to happen with this little guy." so its going to force people to convert to carbines or throw away their braces. "
That's one way to look at it. There are other ways.
A feed ramp has desperately been needed for the CP33. Looks great! A normal stock should help balance the extra weight.Looks like a good stopping point for the day lol. tired! just need to mill the extractor relief, some indexing slots for the trunion, thread and crown the muzzle, then parkerize. oh and dremel in a feed ramp.
What do you guys think of the profile? should we go thinner or is that an acceptable weight? It will lose a few more tenths of an oz with the threading and remaining ops left. profile is .510"
So cool! I cant wait. Now to find a handgaurd!silverback.....she's ready to test fire!
Still feels very lite! balance point is about midways between the front of the trigger guard and the end of the frame. and thats with an empty mag. willing to bet with a loaded mag it will be very neutral.
If all goes well hope to have a accuracy and function test report tomorrow morning.
How much bigger? Could it be adapted?Too bad the aftermarket extended handguards for the CMR30 won't work with the CP33. The CMR is a lot bigger. I have my CMR30 and CP33 sitting next to me looking at that. And I bet that with a better stock, you could add a little weight to the stock to help balance it if needed.