Can you open the brace around your right arm (fold out arm to the right side) to make it easier to get around the brace while shooting with the brace in the forward position?I think it does a little bit...your arms needs to go around the brace ever so slightly. It's not uncomfortable in any way, but you know its there.
SB62 You can't do that because removing the arm brace part would make it a short barrel rifle SBR that would have to be registered with the ATF - $200 tax stamp and an 11 month wait!Has anyone ever tried using the Farrowtech slide out extension without the SB arm brace (arm clamp) ? Specifically, using it just as a cheek rest/brace?
How would that be so if your cheek rests on the carbon fiber rails, but it never touches your shoulder? There would be nothing projecting down to touch or engage the shoulder--quite unlike an arm brace.SB62 You can't do that because removing the arm brace part would make it a short barrel rifle SBR that would have to be registered with the ATF - $200 tax stamp and an 11 month wait!
Just the fact that it can be used as stock, I think would be enough. Much like if you put a wood stock on the back of the gun but never shouldered it, it would still be considered a stock and an SBR at the end of the two rods is a joining part that can be shoulderedHow would that be so if your cheek rests on the carbon fiber rails, but it never touches your shoulder? There would be nothing projecting down to touch or engage the shoulder--quite unlike an arm brace.
Looks like a great setup the HS510 is an awesome optic. I use it on my B&T APC9, set mine up for only the 2moa dot with manual adjust. FYI, if you would like a nice protective cover for the dot use the ScopeCoat 12HE11BK for EOTech XPS2/3 fits very well.Here's mine:
Holosun reflex sight, and just added the Tandemkross trigger and comp.
In the summer in the sunshine state, especially now, during quarantine, not often wins.... that's like asking what type of underwear we think you should wear ... or ... not.
My pleasure. I'm noted, or at least I think I am in my own mind, for making endless changes on my firearms. For me a firearm must be "just right" or I find a way to make it so. I've made no changes to what I've done with the CP33. The sling cost me very little cash, it was maybe $5 on either ebay or Amazon, I wouldn't want it on a firearm for serious social use crawling in the puckerbrush while being shot at but it works here. The paracord for the loops is something I have a huge spool of. I did try a clamp on attachment for the upper rail but that didn't last long. I went to 2 loops of cord and that's the way it's stayed. The cord near the muzzle was pressed into the rail just to make sure it stays out of the way and in place. The tension while in use keeps it in there.<snip> a brace and some kind of optic help are my top two. I'm thinking a sling would be 3rd. Thank you.