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I call party foul. :p

No slings, carbon, tact wear, tac-lights or blood showing on any of your gunz. ;-);-) JJ.
Everything you have are slick and sick and look new! All mine are beat down.
That Benelli is one of 60 imported in that configuration. If I EVER fire it then it will have blood on it and hopefully not mine because I'd be taking an untested weapon into combat. 8-)

Edit; I fired my first firearm at 2 years old (and I actually remember it) and started shooting and reloading regularly at 12 years old. I have all my life been behind a trigger. My firearms look new because they are since most have only had a couple of magazines through them to function test.

I honestly don't feel the need to waste ammo anymore since my meager skill doesn't seem to be diminishing. Now I just wipe the dust off my toys every now and then and give em a coat of oil.

Also, I truly hate slings. You ever hang a sling trying to jump out of a humvee while taking fire. I said Fuck and shit a lot in that 30 seconds. Probably 5 seconds but felt like an eternity. I never did figure out what I hung up on because I would have removed it.. Maybe GOD decided I needed to wait a few seconds before exiting the vehicle.

Edit again; I edit a lot. ;-) I do have a sling for the MP5 since it is a secondary firearm.
 
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Rabid Badger

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"Rgr" on the sling!
Long ago I started using an 8" fast-tech rig with "1 nylon tubular webbing and fast-tech clip attached to the M-4 and my vest, just under the right shoulder with this:
(quick on/quick off)
The AR or M-4 buttstock basically sits in or near the crook of your shoulder fulltime. Simple rotation into firing position.
 

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The Quartermaster

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Build me one please!
I actually happen to have an extra 11.5 assembled upper on hand already. It shoots barely above 1 MOA on average from a ten shot group for consistency, give or take at 100 using Hornady 55 SP's seated at 2.200, using Remington 223 brass with CCI SRP, and 25.5 of CFE223.

But that upper is the Aero no assist mated to a Ballistic Advantage 11.5 4150 CM 1/7, the one pictured that you're seeing is a Bootleg Enhanced no assist, takes off .8 ounces when compared to milspec.
 

The Quartermaster

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No offense taken. They're mounted correctly. Zoom on the quick release levers.

I respectfully disagree, look at the levers also. Even the video shows that they fold up and forward, yours are going to fold up and the rear. the other dead giveaway is that the windage knob will always be on the right and to the rear. your's are facing away and to the left.

http://instagr.am/p/B6K7CBzBSjp/
 

Tinman6

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So here is the finalized version of this weapon. This is carbine numero uno. 580843A0-8D02-41BD-A0E5-6F2D8CD2343C.jpeg9426530D-23F1-4515-ABF4-96E81A549BB1.jpeg213C82DC-DE32-4917-B02D-65679E2B2483.jpegEE8803F1-0B22-4BCE-9EAD-8FAECBBCCDC7.jpeg
Changed the furniture for two reasons. First one being grip angle. My wrists have taken a beating. I was a sheet metal worker for quite awhile.
Secondly, I don’t carry any more weight than absolutely necessary. So I swapped out the SOPMOD stock for the lighter version without battery compartments. Also like the coyote brown furniture.
Swapped lights for the HSP WML from Inforce. I like the simplicity.
Finally, I installed the Geissele Maritime bolt catch.
Thus finally making, for me anyway, the ideal medium range carbine. Lightweight, accurate as shit. As well as being ambidextrous and, bombproof.
Now, if all goes the way it should. I will proceed to use the shit out of it. In preparation for whatever may come to our town.
 
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