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If anyone cares they are in stock. I placed my order and it should be here first of next week. I'll post some pics and video if anyone wants to see before they order.
 

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Ugh, as much as I was highly anticipating the release the price is bonkers. Going to sit this one out until first run kinks have been settled if there is any and hopefully the wow factor price does and prices goes down along with it.
 

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Ugh, as much as I was highly anticipating the release the price is bonkers. Going to sit this one out until first run kinks have been settled if there is any and hopefully the wow factor price does and prices goes down along with it.
Kinda my thought too.
 

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That is awesome. Not a fan of the pistol concept, but that may be a game changer. I'll hold out and pray that a pistol version of an MP7 comes out with hopes that someone can produce a "barce" that for all intensive purposes doesn't look like one and looks like, and could fill the role as a functioning stock for someone who wanted to be an awful human being...
 

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It looks interesting.
And would appear to solve the brace rotating on the buffer tube.
But I already have and very much like my fixed brace.
Not sure about the advantage of a folding brace on such a compact gun?
Are you really going to put it in a suitcase?
It's not self apparent just looking at it.
But owning, holding and shooting it.
With a fixed brace it's surprisingly compact :biggrin:
 

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Yeah it's a bit high but I couldn't find anyone else who had them in stock. I'm really interested to try it out.
 

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It looks interesting.
And would appear to solve the brace rotating on the buffer tube.
But I already have and very much like my fixed brace.
Not sure about the advantage of a folding brace on such a compact gun?
Are you really going to put it in a suitcase?
It's not self apparent just looking at it.
But owning, holding and shooting it.
With a fixed brace it's surprisingly compact :biggrin:

Actually I am going to carry it in my backpack and that's why I wanted the folding brace.
 

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It looks interesting.
And would appear to solve the brace rotating on the buffer tube.
But I already have and very much like my fixed brace.
Not sure about the advantage of a folding brace on such a compact gun?
Are you really going to put it in a suitcase?
It's not self apparent just looking at it.
But owning, holding and shooting it.
With a fixed brace it's surprisingly compact :biggrin:
that thing looks like a big strap on installed on the back of a gun. no thanks, not for me.
 

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Actually I am going to carry it in my backpack and that's why I wanted the folding brace.
Ah, I get it.
Well then it should work great.
Everytime I pull the gun out of the case I'm shocked at how light and compact it is.
It's just crazy :cool:
 

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Ah, I get it.
Well then it should work great.
Everytime I pull the gun out of the case I'm shocked at how light and compact it is.
It's just crazy :cool:

When I pulled mine out of my case for the first time I thought, "Wow, that's a heavy pistol." And then I thought, "But it sure would make a nifty short-barreled submunition rifle." Form 1 here I come.
 

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I think TacticalMedic is missing the point of that particular brace. When the NAVY SEALs use it, it doubles as an oar they use to row into their mission objective.

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