A new pistol grip design that will fit standard AR15 lower receivers is now available.
As with the previous design these can be used as printed or sanded and polished to your liking. I have found that a quick sanding with 120 grit sandpaper followed by a few coats of primer then a gloss black top coat works fantastic. It requires much less time than a complete polish job.
Brownells just announced their newest BRN-180 offering and I’m sure you can probably figure out I’m really excited about it, the BRN-180S. A 10.5″ version of their BRN-180.
It does not appear to have an appropriate flash hider. I think I can fix that.
They will be available in the store as soon as I get them parkerized. Keep an eye out.
How about the elephant in the room? Whats with that lower receiver? That is the first prototype of the Fusion Lower Receiver in the flesh. Ready for some testing. They will be available as an 80% “Paper Weight” as soon as I can get the last few details ironed out.
I ran into some problems with my earlier designs. Squaring off the rear of the receiver would leave no room for the web of your hand.
I had not realized this and was working on a Gen II version that had a 180B style rear end. This had the same problem as Gen I but also would not allow the BRN-180 to drop down into the receiver at the back.
I started fresh this morning and left the rear end alone and just modified the front to resemble the AR-180B/Nodak NDS-18S.
Astute observers may have noticed I also modified my pistol grip to fit on a standard AR-15 mounting point. I have had this request from some of my followers on Instagram.
By the way if you are on Instagram give me a follow. I post a lot of other stuff on there that you might like. Look up BigRix, the same as my Youtube channel.