No, it does look like it is flared, but I didn't. I didn't want to chance damaging the plastic trigger.
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Say it isn't so. As a lefty myself I chose this carbine for the price, the lefty accessibility, and a bullpup upgrade that combines the two. The only thing I don't like is the bare barrel up front. By the way this the 995 with the 19" barrel. I have an idea for that but hope my final design lives up to my vision. The fore grip pivots to 45 and 90 degrees but equally functional when stowed away flat. Finally getting some rounds in next week to bust her cherry.
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Yes, I like the look without the knuckle guard too. To go along with my minimalistic policy I went with a CVlife reflex sight. Position your head anywhere if the reticle is on the target you should hit it. Also, if the rounds come closer then expected I'll just 3D print a downward facing channel. Is there a reason why this design has not been adopted for most ambidextrous rifle that doesn't have a true multi/ambi ejection port.Roger, it might have been do-able if I kept my head back by the buttplate, but that wasn't very natural, plus I wouldn't have been able to see through my optic, as it has a 4 inch max eye relief.
Then there was the matter of my right arm getting hit by brass.
The gun did seem like it needed a forward vertical grip, so I had ordered a Tango Down grip. Not sure I'll use it with the TS stock though.
I hope the HTA works better for you.