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Posted: 12/31/2015 1:06:38 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/31/2015 1:07:06 AM EDT by www-glock19-com]
perm. attach enough rail to a 10" barrel to make it legal


then have a snap in rail system to go behind it





Have SBR length with your suppressor but only 1 tax stamp , and no paper work to go across state lines





Like this





If I just posted a million dollar idea here for some site sponsor


all I ask is remember me and give me a fee one






SBX for reference









 
Link Posted: 12/31/2015 1:08:17 AM EDT
Already done.  I designed it and a company called BMS sells it.



The handguard isn't permanently attached but a shroud is permanently attached to make it 16".




I don't want to post links and shit because that would be advertising...
Link Posted: 12/31/2015 1:10:48 AM EDT

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Originally Posted By Cypher214:


Already done.  I designed it and a company called BMS sells it.



The handguard isn't permanently attached but a shroud is permanently attached to make it 16".





I don't want to post links and shit because that would be advertising...

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Awesome thanks



Ill go google



 
Link Posted: 12/31/2015 1:11:28 AM EDT

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Awesome thanks



Ill go google

 
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Originally Posted By www-glock19-com:



Originally Posted By Cypher214:

Already done.  I designed it and a company called BMS sells it.



The handguard isn't permanently attached but a shroud is permanently attached to make it 16".





I don't want to post links and shit because that would be advertising...

Awesome thanks



Ill go google

 




 
PM sent.
Link Posted: 12/31/2015 1:15:16 AM EDT
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  PM sent.



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Originally Posted By www-glock19-com:






Originally Posted By Cypher214:



Already done.  I designed it and a company called BMS sells it.
The handguard isn't permanently attached but a shroud is permanently attached to make it 16".
I don't want to post links and shit because that would be advertising...



Awesome thanks
Ill go google



 




  PM sent.



It close but I wanted something that looks like a solid rifle length rail and would work with a QD flash hider attached suppressor



IE no stepped down shroud



something assembled that looks similar to this




so uhhhh get on that
 
Link Posted: 12/31/2015 1:29:13 AM EDT

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It close but I wanted something that looks like a solid rifle length rail and would work with a QD flash hider attached suppressor

IE no stepped down shroud



something assembled that looks similar to this



http://oi63.tinypic.com/20rr33p.jpg
so uhhhh get on that

 
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Originally Posted By www-glock19-com:



Originally Posted By Cypher214:


Originally Posted By www-glock19-com:


Originally Posted By Cypher214:

Already done.  I designed it and a company called BMS sells it.



The handguard isn't permanently attached but a shroud is permanently attached to make it 16".





I don't want to post links and shit because that would be advertising...

Awesome thanks



Ill go google

 


  PM sent.

It close but I wanted something that looks like a solid rifle length rail and would work with a QD flash hider attached suppressor

IE no stepped down shroud



something assembled that looks similar to this



http://oi63.tinypic.com/20rr33p.jpg
so uhhhh get on that

 




 



So, basically, you want me to  permanently attach a handguard extension instead of a stepped-down shroud... and attach a QD flash hider beforehand?  The rear section of the handguard will have to be 2-piece, like you illustrated.




May I ask... why?  Is it an aesthetic thing?
Link Posted: 12/31/2015 1:34:22 AM EDT
Any reason you couldn't just pin and weld an appropriate length handguard to the upper receiver?





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Any reason you couldn't just pin and weld an appropriate length handguard to the upper receiver?
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If that satisfied ATF requirements I don't see why not



 
Link Posted: 12/31/2015 1:57:24 AM EDT
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If that satisfied ATF requirements I don't see why not


 
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Originally Posted By Cypher214:


Any reason you couldn't just pin and weld an appropriate length handguard to the upper receiver?
If that satisfied ATF requirements I don't see why not


 





 
Now you just need to find a handguard around 16" with a large enough inner diameter to fit a can.







Or you could have a 1-off custom piece made.  That's 'spensive.


 



Trust me, I'm not poopooing your idea.  I have crazy ideas all the time that don't make sense to anyone else.  I'm just pointing out some of the issues involved with manufacturing such a thing.
Link Posted: 12/31/2015 2:07:49 AM EDT

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  Now you just need to find a handguard around 16" with a large enough inner diameter to fit a can.





Or you could have a 1-off custom piece made.  That's 'spensive.

 



Trust me, I'm not poopooing your idea.  I have crazy ideas all the time that don't make sense to anyone else.  I'm just pointing out some of the issues involved with manufacturing such a thing.

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Originally Posted By www-glock19-com:


Originally Posted By Cypher214:

Any reason you couldn't just pin and weld an appropriate length handguard to the upper receiver?
If that satisfied ATF requirements I don't see why not

 


  Now you just need to find a handguard around 16" with a large enough inner diameter to fit a can.





Or you could have a 1-off custom piece made.  That's 'spensive.

 



Trust me, I'm not poopooing your idea.  I have crazy ideas all the time that don't make sense to anyone else.  I'm just pointing out some of the issues involved with manufacturing such a thing.

yeah looks like all the really long stuff is more key mode type stuff with smaller ODs than say a YHM handguard



 
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