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  1. In Topic: Chimera Vert Frame...a few changes, what do ya think?

    01 March 2009 - 07:39 PM

    View PostEskimo, on Feb 9 2009, 09:48 PM, said:

    after some thought I have come to the conclusion that I like your idea. although if everyone in the poll is voting for "A" then why do you still have the indent for the trigger in the trigger frame?
    also. I personally think I like the feeling of a straight grip rather then the curved one. and I think that curve also seems to flare out at the bottom. which if your going for the black momma "It a booty!" then im all for it :dry:

    There isnt an indent/bump/hump(or whatever its officially called) in the CAD mockup. The front of the guard does though have a slight curve which follows the design of A.

    Any pics you see of an actual frame are the retired Chimera which all have the indent. The CAD mockup is \the updated frame that will be brought out of retirement once there is enough interest at the thread on PBLegion.com.
  2. In Topic: A new RPG Body in the works...

    05 February 2009 - 02:51 PM

    View Postmaniacmechanic, on Feb 2 2009, 08:01 PM, said:

    Man you must be gettin hungry to come around here , Just Kidding , I'm glad your here , most of the guys around here have probley never heard of RPG or seen many of your great products , it will be good to further thier education

    Not really, just took a long[needed] break during 2008. And Ive never been really good about being on all the forums. I dont get around as much as Id like to, but Ive had plenty of players get a hold of me from Spec Ops forums over the years about my RPG mag parts.

    And since someone posted about my ULE Slug rail, it seemed fitting to finally join here where I have customers who have questions.
  3. In Topic: For you mag owners

    09 January 2009 - 01:47 PM

    View Postmaniacmechanic, on Jan 7 2009, 04:36 PM, said:

    real maggots allready know :P , but thanks ! , I think this is probley the heaviest ( 4.2 oz ) Rogue rail ever made , a stock E mag length rail wieghs 7.2 oz

    It is actually the lightest SLUG ULE rail I have offered to date. It is 1.8 oz lighter than the AGD Slug ULE rail I offered(the anodized version was called the RPG Sleeper rail).

    The AGD ULE E-Mag rail weighs 3.7 oz. So the RPG Slug ULE rail is only .5 oz. heavier than the AGD E-mag ULE rail. To put that in perspective, with there being 4 oz. in a 1/4lb, a .5 oz is 1/32 lb.

    And since the Slug rail is intended to be cut and carved, it can only get lighter... hope that helps :dodgy:


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