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    I have a tac vest that hold mags and provides for a fairly quick reload. The mag covers just seem liek something to forget to remove while in use. Kinda like a muzzle cover.
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    Rocky, I am looking at your rifle and trembling in fear at what I'll have mine looking like in 2 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Euclidean
    Rocky, I am looking at your rifle and trembling in fear at what I'll have mine looking like in 2 years.
    yeah, and I have been holding back on putting all the mods. on it. You should see my buddies 13 lb. Carbine. the tactical blender for smoothies weight alot.
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    the tactical blender for smoothies weight alot.
    I love that!
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    Right now the plan is learn how to use it as it is, then go sling, optic, and light, hope it doesn't go out of control after that...

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    I don't run all the stuff all the time. Sometimes i use it with just irons and nothing more on it. Other times I put a 3-9X40 scope on top. Mostly though , I pratice short range CQB type shooting. Fast and multi tagets.
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    Do you use the IBZ with your irons?
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    Very nice Rocky.Here is a pic of mine.
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    Have Fun and Shoot Straight !!

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    IBZ ? If you mean co witness thru the dot , then yes. Hey Delta , nice AR. Is the white tape for winter camo?
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    Rocky, just wanted to show you a photo of my "Bushy". It started out as a base model 16, but as you can tell I slapped a few mods to it and placed a little ACOG on top. I sold it about 1.5 years ago, but seeing your rifle makes me want to go buy another one!! This time though, I'll definitely go with a flat-top model.
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    Quote Originally Posted by los
    This time though, I'll definitely go with a flat-top model.
    No way man,that A1 receiver rocks!

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    Los, nice looking AR. I went with the flattop and have never regretted it. Makes scope mounting much stronger. Not to mention the closer bore to sight line advantage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rocky
    Los, nice looking AR. I went with the flattop and have never regretted it. Makes scope mounting much stronger. Not to mention the closer bore to sight line advantage.
    No argument there rocky. You did it the right way !! There's a fellow on AR15 selling his FT Bushy (A3 w/handle) for 750 bucks. Looks like a good deal. I might just jump on it and make him an offer he can't refuse.

    BTW, you got the skinny on EOTechs...??
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    Optics are nice at times( Acogs in particular),but if you want a down and dirty SHTF carbine that A1 upper with irons only, that Los sold is as good as it gets!IMHO

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocky
    IBZ ? If you mean co witness thru the dot , then yes.
    Improved Battlesight Zero.

    Basicly, you zero the irons at 50 yards instead of 25m.

    Quote Originally Posted by roadrash
    No way man,that A1 receiver rocks!
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