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Build Breakdown #5 Fightlite SCR

The following are the ingredients to put together the following pictured rifle built around the Fightlite Industries SCR platform.

FightLite SCR Rifle with Gemtech Patrolman 5.56mm Suppressor 019-1000

Fightlite Industries SCR Lower Receiver Assembly
Fortis Manufacturing Billet Upper Receiver
Fortis Manufacturing 16″ Night Rail
Gemtech 5.56mm Patrolman Suppressor
Vortex Optics 1-4x Viper PST Scope
Bobro Engineering Precision Optic Mount
Magpul EMAG (30 Round) Magazine
Magpod

FightLite SCR Rifle with Gemtech Patrolman 5.56mm Suppressor 015-1000

BUILD BREAKDOWN #4 Cross Machine Tool PDW

Cross Machine Tool PDW and UHPR-6.70 Mod1 Rail with Tactical Link PDW Grip and Gemtech ONE 7.62 Can
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Here are the ingredients to make this rifle:
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Cross Machine Tool UHP 15PDW Integrated Lower Receiver
Cross Machine Tool UHPR-6.70 Mod1 Rail
Cross Machine Tool UPUR-1 Upper Receiver
Tactical Link PDW Grip
Rainier Arms Match .300BLK Barrel (Stainless Steel)
Gemtech ONE 7.62 Suppressor
Gemtech Quickmount 7.62mm Muzzle Brake
Rainier Arms Back Up Iron Sights
Rainier Arms Ambidextrous Safety Selector
Magpul EMAG (30 Round) Magazine
Magpod

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MagPod – Coming Soon

MagPod

The MagPod is an aftermarket PMAG floor plate replacement that allows you to turn your magazine effectively into a monopod.

Get it?  MAGazine + monoPOD = MagPod.

The installation of the MagPod is extremely simple to install on any Generation 2 or older Magpul PMAG or EMAG, but not possible on the newer Magpul M3 PMAG, which was initially frustrating to install upon (non-existent) as I didn’t get the memo of the latter.

MagPod2

The front edge of the MagPod allows a forward lean of the rifle and provides enough real estate against the ground to prevent an uneven feeling or sideways wobble.  The bottom dimple-looking pad, which is made out of an unknown rubberesque material provides a good less-slip surface.  I say less-slip and not non-slip because with enough forward force, nearly any surface will slip, so I do not want to be misleading.

MagPod 001-1000

I appreciate the feature of the front “leg” of the base pad and how it is hollowed out on the sides.  Intentional in engineering or not, the hollowed out sides not only reduce the weight of the MagPod, but afford the user some leverage to get their meat hooks onto while drawing the magazine from a pouch.

MagPod 002-1000

Though there is no technical data or a completed webpage to reference right now on the specifics of the  MagPod, their Facebook page has been providing some insight into the process that has been in the works for a few years.

Below is an image of an earlier prototype of the MagPod that I took back at the 2013 SHOT Show.  Notice the change in the forward “leg” padding?

2013MagPod

Though there has been some heartburn over MagPod’s release date being pushed back, I think that the difference in the forward pad should be worth the wait.  Manufacturers can update, modify, and change a product 1,000 times after it is released and customers have complained on why they didn’t like a product or why they will never buy from that company again.  That same manufacturer only gets one chance to release its product to the world and to ensure it is right before it goes out is admirable.  We would have a hell of a lot less recalls and warranty problems if more companies took this stance.

 

MagPod 005-1000

So for those of you who have been patiently awaiting the MagPod to hit the stores, your long wait may be coming to a close.  As of a Facebook post from a few days ago, their latest release date is looking to be around the beginning of September 2014.  I hope that date holds true as it would be nice to be able to pick up a few more.