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    In cop school, it was explained that if you bring the weapon up to engage your sights are on target longer than if you brought the weapon down. It's also safer to keep the muzzle down than up-feet versus heads and it's less likely the barrel will get plugged with debris if the muzzle is down. It's quicker to roll the gun up into your shoulder than it is to push it forward then back to shoulder.
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    Ya'll been watching to much TV. Going into a hot building or room, you bet your backside my muzzle is looking for a threat, not the ground.
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    Depends on where you are in the stack. Point man presents weapon forward, others in the stack muzzles down to low ready such as in this photo.

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    Haha.
    Sixto, question came up when watching a SWAT team at the range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tubby45 View Post
    Depends on where you are in the stack. Point man presents weapon forward, others in the stack muzzles down to low ready such as in this photo.

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    Haha.
    Sixto, question came up when watching a SWAT team at the range.
    That is way old school. If you are being trained that way, I'd seriously would be looking for another school of thought. Maybe SRT will do such silliness, but not a SWAT team. Amateur hour is over, the ground is not a threat.
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    That's how we were stacked when I was in cop school. Been probably 3-4 years out now.
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    Been putting them through their paces this week. Tons of rounds down range from my team during training, only one malfunction and that was mag related (Beta C-Mag). Today at quals I got a bad mag (they make us use range mags that are in less than stellar shape) and had a bunch of stoppages. When mag was swapped out, it ran like a champ again.

    No loss in points on my quals, but we only shoot out to 100m on it, so I didn't expect any issues.

    I hadn't been a big fan of sub-16" ARs before, but this thing is growing on me. Used within its design envelope, with the right ammo, this is a lot of firepower in a small, accurate, controllable, maneuverable package.
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    Too bad every man cant afford to make his AR that way....Sad Face. Time you buy the parts and what not and then Big Brother adds his what you owe to him its a lot of bills.
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    I just wish we could have SBR and SBS in Michigan. Even as an SOT I can't.
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