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    Quote Originally Posted by metacannibal View Post


    AR15 #1
    Id quite like a charging handle in that position

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    >seen more combat than any assault rifle in the
    hope it says NATO

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    Too tacticool bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarabando View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by metacannibal View Post


    AR15 #1
    Id quite like a charging handle in that position
    Very FAMAS-y indeed.
    nevar forget

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elriche Oshego View Post
    Too tacticool bro.
    Was the initial setup after i got the upper. Removed the awkward grip and 2005 style KAC panels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarabando View Post


    Id quite like a charging handle in that position

    The "cooll thing" these days is having an extra charging handle to the left of the upper.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Appleby View Post
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    Id quite like a charging handle in that position
    Very FAMAS-y indeed.
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    Went to the range tonight and am currently waiting for a plane to Vegas and the SHOT show. Will upload pictures of my toys at some point soonish and pics of the show when I return on Friday.

    Now bad@botes

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    oh boy


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    Is it worth it to buy a new rifle or save a bit of cash and get a used one from a gun show/whatever? Hunting rifles mind you, not penis compensators.

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    Just get a Savage Hog Hunter in .308, the new price is so low, used doesnt make sense.

    https://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/...OG+HNTR+308+TB

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    TMA: handgun lasers
    I'm considering getting one for my Glock 19, partially for fun, though it is great for training and might be better than iron sights in stressful situations because it points the aiming mechanism on the same plane as the target.

    There are lots of options out there, and though I'd like one that wouldn't interfere with my holsters, a flashlight/laser combination might be nice. Are lasers like the TLR2 zeroable? Does the aim point shift between shots?
    Any info/experience is welcome, tons of options out there
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAfroMan View Post
    TMA: handgun lasers
    I'm considering getting one for my Glock 19, partially for fun, though it is great for training and might be better than iron sights in stressful situations because it points the aiming mechanism on the same plane as the target.

    There are lots of options out there, and though I'd like one that wouldn't interfere with my holsters, a flashlight/laser combination might be nice. Are lasers like the TLR2 zeroable? Does the aim point shift between shots?
    Any info/experience is welcome, tons of options out there
    Any good laser should be a solid mount and will not lose it's zero even if you take it off and put it back on in the same place. If it isn't the laser is useless and you shouldn't get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAfroMan View Post
    TMA: handgun lasers
    I'm considering getting one for my Glock 19, partially for fun, though it is great for training and might be better than iron sights in stressful situations because it points the aiming mechanism on the same plane as the target.

    There are lots of options out there, and though I'd like one that wouldn't interfere with my holsters, a flashlight/laser combination might be nice. Are lasers like the TLR2 zeroable? Does the aim point shift between shots?
    Any info/experience is welcome, tons of options out there
    Get a light, far more useful than a laser. Lasers are a gimmick, lamps are useful. If you want to achieve what you ASSUME to achieve from a laser, get a red dot sight that is co-witnessing with SD irons (that way you have sight redundancy with the advanteges of red dot).

    This is how that looks like

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    Quote Originally Posted by metacannibal View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAfroMan View Post
    TMA: handgun lasers
    I'm considering getting one for my Glock 19, partially for fun, though it is great for training and might be better than iron sights in stressful situations because it points the aiming mechanism on the same plane as the target.

    There are lots of options out there, and though I'd like one that wouldn't interfere with my holsters, a flashlight/laser combination might be nice. Are lasers like the TLR2 zeroable? Does the aim point shift between shots?
    Any info/experience is welcome, tons of options out there
    Get a light, far more useful than a laser. Lasers are a gimmick, lamps are useful. If you want to achieve what you ASSUME to achieve from a laser, get a red dot sight that is co-witnessing with SD irons (that way you have sight redundancy with the advanteges of red dot).

    This is how that looks like
    Not your photo or why are there two P90 magazines in the background?
    nevar forget

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    I've had a red dot on the glock, it was pretty nice but it is a bit too fragile for what my handguns go through
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAfroMan View Post
    I've had a red dot on the glock, it was pretty nice but it is a bit too fragile for what my handguns go through
    Its exactly why you need those BUIS. But with a proper brand reddot like a Trijicon, thats usually not an issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by metacannibal View Post
    So guys are we not going to talk about how the front grip appears to be installed backwards at all?

    Edit: disregard my post I like dicks. Found a picture of it installed like above.
    Last edited by Dirk Magnum; January 26 2017 at 11:02:57 PM.

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    The ribbed part is for her pleasure the thumb not slipping.

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