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Now thats cool.
Thank you Ross. I just wanted to point out that the both trigger guards are both interchangeable and can be set up for right or left hand use. We have also found that the locking mechanism alone is holding at least 140 lbs. but we have yet to find a final limit on it. This is the worlds only metal on metal level two locking mechanism as well. At least as far as I know. I will have some pics tomorrow of our system on an MP7 from down range where I am now. Thanks for the support
I’d love to see how your system on the MP7 compares to the SERPA rig monstrosity
I eagerly await those pictures!
They were done up today out here in the sand box. I have sent them to SSD directly. Keep an eye out. You will love what we have done. That other rig doesn’t stand a chance. Period, and we can make a trigger guard for ours custom fitted for the MP7
Nice video Toby! Not a bad looking product either….
My brother, you would know! My Mrs. threw that together more for fun but she really impressed me for a home made video. Merry Christmas brother, to you and your entire family.
I saw these at a gunshow in San Antonio. Definitely liking the weapons catch idea.
Looks awesome. Hope you guys get some good publicity with this!
..nothing protecting the trigger?
We actually have two different combat tested and proven trigger covers. If you watch the video again you will see me showing them in the video toward the end. Both are very capable in the worst conditions and both are reversible for both right and left handed users. We even have a new trigger cover that I can not yet say what it is but it will be an industry first. A very radical step forward.
For every one keep an eye out for a video and pics showing the R2S on an HK MP7 suppressed.
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