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Old 11-07-2010, 02:37 AM   #11
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Legal in Colorado and New Mexico, that's the extent of my gun law expertise.

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Its legal in my area. Its so legal... Technically I could carry it concealed. I think that might not be a good idea though.

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Legal in NH. But, I would not try to bring one to Ma.

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Its legal in my area. Its so legal... Technically I could carry it concealed. I think that might not be a good idea though.
That would be great to pull out on a couple bad guys. You could watch them Sh!t their pants when you whip it out!
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Sorry for the dumb questions -- but how do you shoot it? From the hip? Is it too heavy to hold up and sight normally?

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Sorry for the dumb questions -- but how do you shoot it? From the hip? Is it too heavy to hold up and sight normally?
its a two handed weapon out in front of you eying down the sights. I can draw it up and shoot with one hand, but its not natural nor accurrate.
The laser will help with the hip action if need be.
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its a two handed weapon out in front of you eying down the sights. I can draw it up and shoot with one hand, but its not natural nor accurrate.
The laser will help with the hip action if need be.
I wonder if a better grip with some wrist support could be found to fit the lil Draco? Like this one, but not from CTD or for the AR. ARR-012 - AR-15 Panther Tactical Grip Black DPMS Allows for Increased Control and Accuracy Easy Installation
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I wonder if a better grip with some wrist support could be found to fit the lil Draco? Like this one, but not from CTD or for the AR. ARR-012 - AR-15 Panther Tactical Grip Black DPMS Allows for Increased Control and Accuracy Easy Installation
I don't know? unless you have forearms like Popeye ..I don't see it?
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I don't know? unless you have forearms like Popeye ..I don't see it?
You bring the gun out on the end of the sling and push forward, the sling stabilizes the gun and use the sights to fire it.

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You bring the gun into the center of the chest about bottom of sturnum. You hold the rear of the gun and firing hand into the body, hold paralel to the ground and shoot. (Close range method).

It is handy, but will be moreso as an SBR. papa
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You bring the gun out on the end of the sling and push forward, the sling stabilizes the gun and use the sights to fire it.

or,

You bring the gun into the center of the chest about bottom of sturnum. You hold the rear of the gun and firing hand into the body, hold paralel to the ground and shoot. (Close range method).

It is handy, but will be moreso as an SBR. papa


If it got to the point I was one handed with somebody in that close... I have already dropped the Draco.

Ya..... a tricked out SBR would be the best all around ticket... hmmmmm
My wife is going to be pissed.
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