FT OFF SET STEYR GRIP (HELP)

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  1. RAIDER

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    253B85B1-5E31-4D49-AB0E-14A5D47B7DC4.jpeg 8BDF0E2C-D282-4C57-BCC1-65478B646163.jpeg 8BDF0E2C-D282-4C57-BCC1-65478B646163.jpeg Bought a asteyr off set hand grip bits. But I’m bug€#%d if I can figure out how to fit it.
    There’s a pin that I’m suposing goes through the fixing rod. But pin wrong dia.
    Below picture of bits.
    If some one could sketch me a drawing I would be grateful.
    Jeremy
     
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    I’m not quite an idiot but, I can see the oblongish block goes into the wood grip but the round tube?
     
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    From my bad drawing arrows show where wood grip goes and fix to rifle.
    You have to use the grip handle fixing screw and it’s fixed by a pin and star washer.
    My block has a thicker pin and I don’t want to enlarge the fixing screw.
    Any ideas.
     
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    Measured the new pin it’s 4 mm the one one my lg100 is 3mm. So I either drill out the grip fixing hole or not. I’m not doing that.
    I presume this is for a later model.
     
  6. SteveC200

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    If I understand you correctly, you're saying the hole through part 118 is too small?
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  7. hmangphilly

    hmangphilly Floppy Quick Phil

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    You can drill the hole to take the 4mm pin .
    Done a few now its fine
    i got bored with my 3mm pin bending..............'cos I'm so strong and butch you see.
     
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  8. nemesis

    nemesis 55yrd standing expert, or was it 8 or 9?

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    Why do people fit these things anyway.
     
  9. Evo

    Evo Scouser by Birth mfta shooter by choice

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  10. nemesis

    nemesis 55yrd standing expert, or was it 8 or 9?

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    I don't have one Bob and cannot see what purpose there meant to serve.
     
  11. tworods

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    I believe they are designed to keep forearm/wrist and trigger finger in a straight line. Meaning there is less muscle tension whilst in the shooting position and therefore less fatigue
     
  12. hmangphilly

    hmangphilly Floppy Quick Phil

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    Blimey

    Isn't one of him enough ?
     
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