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Old 05-28-2012, 02:48 AM   #1231
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Just added on an Bushnell TRS-25, CAA Magwell Grip, and Drop in quad rail off ebay. Quad rail is actually pretty well made for 30$, from the seller Omega Tactical. If anyone ever considered purchasing one I'd recommend it, though it was a pain to install without by myself with no handgaurd removal tools.

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Was looking at that pistol grip, how does it feel?
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That's an interesting choice of location for the surefire...doesn't foul the lens?

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That's an interesting choice of location for the surefire...doesn't foul the lens?
It does not. The case gets hit hard as you can see but the light is positioned far enough forward in the mount and the lens is recessed that it isn't an issue. It also makes it perfect for thumb activation as well as allowing my support hand as far out as possible.
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It does not. The case gets hit hard as you can see but the light is positioned far enough forward in the mount and the lens is recessed that it isn't an issue. It also makes it perfect for thumb activation as well as allowing my support hand as far out as possible.
Interesting....I've not seen one that far forward before although admittedly, I'm not around nearly as many shooters as most of you guys, so my knowledge base is limited.

I can relate to the preference for thumb activation, that's how my SD/HD setup is config'd.

Nice lookin' rifle.
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I could see it becoming a problem a couple thuosand rounds into it. However, at this point in my life the chances of seeing engagements requiring that kind of loadout are long gone.

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Was looking at that pistol grip, how does it feel?
I would definitely recommend the Stark Pistol Grip. It feels very well made, and I find it to be pretty comfortable. No complaints about it whatsoever
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Here's mine

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Nice collection

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