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Dr.Drake wrote:

I hate having to defend my actions on the intraweb, fart.





I'll comment as a person who was there and shot the picture that camera angle gives things a unique perspective, and its often one that is different than reality.

No need to defend anything, but its good to see you over here.


ETA- Back to the pictures....


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The latest pics of my LWRCI M6A3 with B.A.D., Armadynamics ambidextrous charging handle, Aimpoint T-1, Surefire G2L with tape switch/button tailcap & blue flip-up lens with funky yellow mirrored surface finish and BFG VCAS with polymer buckle instead of aluminum to prevent impact damage to the T-1:

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Chase, I like the look so far. I don't think you need to paint your upper, it gives it a good contrast. Any problems with your Vltor bipod?

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Thanks! I like the contrast too. I'm not sure if I'll paint the upper as a result. No problem with the bipod except the left one locks up with a bit of rotational play in it. The new light lens cover solves this as the old one (I had it fold to that side as it was spring loaded and didn't fold all the way back like this one does, blocking the view unless it went to the side) interfered with the folded bipod leg. Since this one folds flat against the light, I have it fold upwards.

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now that is one badass fighting axe Stick!!!!!!!

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Hey Stick,

I'm making myself crazy trying to find an MS2 sling. Any ideas where they have them in stock?


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Try Magpul directly, I believe they are going to be your best bet for the MS2.

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mropus69 wrote:
now that is one badass fighting axe Stick!!!!!!!



Its one from RMJTactical, and it travels around with me in my cruiser while on duty. :D

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My Colt LE6920 with:
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Sorry to threadjack but, chase, why the bipod with the T-1? Seems like that'd be better suited to a gun with a precision optic. I don't mean to offend, just curious about the choice.


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JohnnyC,

No offense taken. Good question, actually. This is my one and only AR that I've been building for over a year:

http://forum.lwrci.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2477

and I originally was going to put an ACOG on it. I still will eventually, but decided to get the T-1 for now and already had the bipod. I like having the bipod because I don't have to mess with sandbags and it stands up nicely when on the shooting table (or in the back of my pickup) whether I'm shouldering it or not. I have everything set up so I can quickly detach gear and weight as needed. I used to have a Harris bipod on my previous 20" AR with ACOG (I had to sell it about 4 years ago) and just got used to having one. I like the looks and function of the VLTOR unit, so on it went.

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http://www.flickr.com/photos/stickgunner


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http://www.flickr.com/photos/stickgunner


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Great stuff

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Nice pics Kev. Like the last shot with the 5.56 casing on its way to the ground.


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Kevin - The setup on the suburbans is very neat. Any additional pictures would be great.


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Finally MAGPULified my .22 converted AR15. So light - so fun. Hey, so... where are the .22 PMAGs? :lol:

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And after looking, searching, and wanting a 20rnd PMAG I finally went to your site and ordered it - 4 days later, it was here!

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Lucky AFG giveaway winner!

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Works great both without the bipod in reactive shooting, as well as in the prone w/ bipod.

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Kevin please tell us a bit more about the HK21!

That is one piece that I did not expect to see!


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Lucky AFG winner here as well. Just need to de-sheen that light! Going to change out the Larue Offset mount for a VLTOR.

Stick - If you ever need some photography tips, shoot me a PM.


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