Not sure I followed all the moving parts, but have you considered a KAC rail and use this instead?
I just purchased this https://www.hkparts.net/shop/pc/Pica...-138p16672.htm and am running a Surefire Scout but it's a little awkward to reach with a traditional foregrip ( https://www.hkparts.net/shop/pc/Vert...-138p16474.htm ). I'm thinking about getting one of these ( https://www.opticsplanet.com/surefir...tems-ue07.html ) but I'm not sure if that's going to work out well.
Curious if anyone has a similar setup and how they got it to run well for them.
If anyone buys the pic rail mount and plans on running a suppressor that attached via 3-lug, you might have to do some cutting...be warned. I couldn't remove the suppressor or put it on when it was attached. You end up having to cut a bit off on the tab. See below
Last edited by a_minimalist; 07-19-2019 at 04:37 AM.
The grip is designed to hold that pressure pad, it's a slide in dovetail, so its not just a stick-on. Although I have a different switch, the pressure pad looks the same:
I am running a bt Handguard or a kac with a haley strategic thorn nail with surefire m300 and the sro7 switch and it works best for me
I had a Surefire setup on my RR MP5 in the 80's as that's about all that was easy to find... they ran awfully hot with the super halogen bulb but it was was the same flashlight we used in our pockets or on belt holsters or the fire guys used them on their helmets to see in the fires.
Now I run the beautiful B&T pressure pad foregrip with a bright LED flame thrower light. The whole setup may not look as classic as an 80's movie but it's light and there is more room for wider suppressors using the three lug. I also use the B&T side folding stock... it's a bit tidier than the A3 collapsible and I believe lighter also. Simple opening and super positive lockup.
George from Alaska
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