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Old 11-01-2010, 07:49 PM   #1
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Default Ninja-fied AR's

They still exist.


I don't think this guy knows what he's talking about



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Old 11-01-2010, 09:03 PM   #2
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And to think people like him will be out there opening day of deer season on public land, makes me want to curl up in my blankets and stay in bed.



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I wanna be just like him when I grow up!

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Lets point the weapon every which way with our finger on the trigger. If he was going w/ that set-up wouldnt the lights pressure switch make more sence mounted on the other grip? And whats with making the barrel and handguard "tight" w/ eachother? I wonder if he looks back on this and gets embarassed?

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He had Homie sights! I've never seen anyone hold an AR sideways!!!
What a moron.

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Lets point the weapon every which way with our finger on the trigger. If he was going w/ that set-up wouldnt the lights pressure switch make more sence mounted on the other grip? And whats with making the barrel and handguard "tight" w/ eachother? I wonder if he looks back on this and gets embarassed?
That was the first thing I noticed that he SUCKS at safe gun handling.

WTF OVER hommie sights on an AR. I have heard of turning one if you are shooting from a prone and you are having to shoot under a low object. But really 2 forward grips.

I love the "Hay Fred hows the bipod work"... Comment at the end.
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I'd be embarrassed to be seen in public with that goofy rifle.

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They still exist.


I don't think this guy knows what he's talking about

YouTube - Shooting an AR 15 custom rifle
That gun's a ninja wetdream...probably never been fired. Love the homeboy side mounted BUIS
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And whats with making the barrel and handguard "tight" w/ eachother? I wonder if he looks back on this and gets embarassed?
Nothing like spending a fortune on a custom painted free float tube then bonding it to the barrel with some cock-a-mamie "barrel tightening" device.
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Some guys do use an offset red dot if running a magnified optic as a primary. Not quite like this guy is doing but the basic idea.

On the right side towards the front of the scope youll see a small red dot optic. You simply rotate the firearm 45 deg. or so.



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