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Old 04-05-2009, 02:38 PM   #1
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I went to the MG Shoot at the Knob Creek Gun Range yesterday and got a couple of things for my AR. Got a UTG Multi-Function Tactical sling, that attaches by wrapping one end around the A2 fixed stock. I picked it up for $12 at one booth, I saw it early but walked around looking for a cheaper one at other booths. I saw the same sling at two other booths for $20, so I went back and got it.

I also got a Magpul P-Mag with window in black for $25. Here's my new goodys with my AR.

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Nice. I always liked the look of the 20-inch AR, and I am starting to like it more and more now that we're seeing so many carbines around.

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Good grabs. Is the sling attached with velcro? Does it stay on real tight? Nice AR.
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Yes, the sling is attached with velcro. It goes through a buckle which is tough to get it through and then lays down flat and holds very tight. The strap is on mine very tight because I didn't want any movement, it's tight enough it would be difficult to slip a 5.56 mm round between the stock and strap.

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