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    Quote Originally Posted by gunpdr View Post
    Not sure if this was posted earlier...
    Thanks, best quality I've seen yet of that brochure! This is "sticky" worthy.

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    Awesome PDF, thanks! I find it interesting to note that it no longer seems to mention M-LOK as an option. Also interesting is the use of the newer NATO rail on top standard but the older Picatinny on the handguard with NATO optional. They're basically the same but it's weird they would do the two at the same time.

    That P30-style interchangeable back/sidestrap grip sounds pretty cool too.

    Did a mockup of the handguard for M-LOK slots, since I like the aesthetics more than HKey.

    Also squared off the handguard some

    and removed the 6 o'clock rail.
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    I was wondering about the different standards for the rails. Is there any functional difference between them?

    I would like to see the 6 o'clock rail replaced by m-lok/hkey. Then you can add rail sections or direct accessories as needed but you don't have to hold a saw blade if not. Although the brochure says "per" mil standard whatever, does that mean the standard specifies a 6 o'clock rail, not just the rail type?

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    Thanks for the PDF

    Anybody feel that the stock looks too short vertically?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dushan View Post
    Anybody feel that the stock looks too short vertically?
    ...and few other things, I did these last week.
    Longer stock, concaved
    M-Lock hand guard borrowed from the ACR
    Extended cocking handle


    Second pic is for sh**s & giggles : )
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    21HK - Much better

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    Quote Originally Posted by dushan View Post
    Anybody feel that the stock looks too short vertically?
    Height adjustable cheek rest (per the brochure) is a very nice feature!


    Quote Originally Posted by 21HK View Post
    ...and few other things, I did these last week.
    Longer stock, concaved
    M-Lock hand guard borrowed from the ACR
    Extended cocking handle


    Second pic is for sh**s & giggles : )
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    @21HK - these are great. The G3 style furniture looks awesome!!!!!!!!
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    Don't judge this gun by the photos you see on line. Most will be dated long before they make it to the public domain.
    There are likely 5-10 different prototype standards/variants of the HK433 in the Prototype Shop and in testing in the Firing Lab in Oberndorf.
    This gun is going to change considerably before it is "done" and they will change yet again to meet various different user requirements.
    And yes, there will be a M-LOK hand guard for it (even if you have not yet seen one on the internet).
    G3kurz

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    Quote Originally Posted by G3Kurz View Post
    Don't judge this gun by the photos you see on line....
    Post 283, why I was curious to when this was designed. With the keymod rail it's been in the works for a few years.
    Any details on when this first hit the drawing board?

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    So I see the made a copy o your (xm8 ) Hope it dose well. Don,t want to run into the same problem they had is to why they couldn't sell the semi - auto XM8 model for none military. Even when you HKD Sterling crossed all the ( I and T with the rights to the gun ). But we know what happen.

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