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Old 09-02-2019, 05:18 PM
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SAW THIS on another site.
there was NO information.
I have NO idea who would want something like this
but
surely
someone will.

Some ideas have no adequate words to describe.

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That looks about as handy as putting on yer' underpants with the weiner hole facing backwards!

Plus you have the added bonus of losing the pistol should the rifle be dropped..
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That is indeed an odd contraption. I really don’t know what else to say about it.
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http://www.muletac.com/

$180 in 2015 from what I saw
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Handy way to carry a BUG, I guess. Otherwise, I really donít see going to my pistol, in the rifle, while holding the rifle. Not sure how fast it is to transition, but it canít be as fast as hip or chest carry.
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Old 09-03-2019, 01:42 AM
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Old news. Been around for a few years at least. Not something I'm into but whatever floats yer goat.
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Old 09-06-2019, 08:09 PM
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Useful if your rifle is a 500 yard plus bull barreled match bolt action.
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Plastic is the only thing I hate more than aluminium on my guns.
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Old 09-07-2019, 01:05 PM
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Originally Posted by NW GUY View Post
SAW THIS on another site.
there was NO information.
I have NO idea who would want something like this
but
surely
someone will.

Some ideas have no adequate words to describe.

Simply another means to part folks from thier money, defeat the " light in weight rifle idea", and refine plastic to its full potential.....lol.

Not a surprise considering that the M16 WAS the longest serving stop gap service rifle in American Military history.

No problem, as it was replaced with another stop gap weapon in the M4.

Below is not a fake M4, but a real life current issued select fire ( full auto and not 3 shot bust) M4A1 carbine.

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Simply another means to part folks from thier money, defeat the " light in weight rifle idea", and refine plastic to its full potential.....lol.

Exactly

I want all the weight on my body, I want the rifle as light as possible


Only people who have spent days carrying/shouldering rifles know this
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Exactly

I want all the weight on my body, I want the rifle as light as possible


Only people who have spent days carrying/shouldering rifles know this
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Well that goes against pretty much every thread that says what "must haves" on an AR people need to put on their weapons.

Red Dot scope with little or preferably no magnification cause you won't need it. Magnifier for red dot scope cause you are really going to need that magnification. Flashlight, an extra IR flashlight would be good too. Laser, an extra IR laser would be good too. Mag well flare to ensure super fast mag changes in pitch dark. VFG, maybe an AFG, both is better of course. BUIS in addition to your primary iron sights, which of course you won't use cause you've got an optic. Anti-walk out pins cause you know, just like the guns themselves, those pins like to walk around causing trouble. Ambidextrous badd azz levers & buttons & gizmo's for everything (even though they're right handed) A special sling designed especially for rappelling out of helicopters or whatever it is. Compartmets on your stock & pistol grip to carry spare batteries, bolt & other small parts. 2 P-mag 60rnd drums attached together. Go pro camera so people can watch how to do things right, a 2nd one mounted looking at your face is good too. A samurai sword bayonet, ya know, cause zombies & it will also look cool on the go-pro. Finally a grenade launcher is NOT a requirement, just a very good idea.

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For a properly functioning gun, the only requirements I'm aware of is a magazine & ammo. Things like optics, lights, lasers etc. etc. are all nice to have, but hardly a requirement for most civilians.

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I can only hope there's an NAA mini revolver stuffed in the grip of the pistol.
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