Looks pretty cool. We need to find out if TrungTheMaker does special requests.I found some amazing 3D printed accessories on Etsy! CHECK EM OUT, THEY ARE AMAZING. I got the AFG and have a Mag holder in the mail on the way! (List of some items) I will post a picture when I get my magazine holder with rails on each side+handstop. Yes, these accessories are that cool.
Magazine Extensions with Hollow Storage
ALL TYPES of Rails
Good info to know. Thanks. But I would like to see that charging handle up close. And if they do special requests, another thread talks about brace paraphernalia by 3D printers.Be careful about purchasing accessories. A vertical foregrip on a handgun is not legal in the US. The last I recall, the BATFE allows angled foregrips but I think they're generally 45 degrees or more. The legal theory (for what it's worth) is that a handgun is designed to be fired one handed, even though they're usually fired with both hands for better control, and that's why a second grip is verboten. Don't blame me. I don't make the rules. There are a lot of them, they don't make much sense, and ignorance of any one of them is no defense.
Alright.. I'll go fishing for ya. Here is the charging ring, and below that is the charging handle. Both made by TrungTheMaker on Etsy.Good info to know. Thanks. But I would like to see that charging handle up close. And if they do special requests, another thread talks about brace paraphernalia by 3D printers.
Good point! Thanks for the warning! I'll scratch that idea and just get a damn rifle lol.I am not a lawyer, but I'm confident that a mostly vertical grip is considered a vertical foregrip by the ATF. After all, the primary grip is almost never truly vertical. The Magpul AFG (various versions) are approximately 45 degrees and the ATF has given them a provisional blessing, although those rulings are obviously subject to capricious revocation at any time, without notification, and with no grandfather clause.
Here's some info on the subject of vertical foregrips on pistols and not inadvertently creating an AOW.
The source has been reliable in the past, but with the ATF, anything is possible even if you have a letter from them stating the opposite. YMMV, but I wouldn't put that mag storage grip on a CP33, and I certainly wouldn't post a picture online if I did. I also believe selling 3D printed felonies on Etsy isn't doing gun owners any favors.
The laws and agency administrative rules make little to no sense but that doesn't prevent people from being convicted of these felonies, with all the bad juju that entails.