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Old 03-09-2012, 07:31 AM   #1
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I currently have an M1A SOCOM2 with a VLTOR M1S-1E Modstock, and a solid fixed HARRIS bipod and will be purchasing a BETA C-MAG(100 round dual drum) and plan to do slight changes to the guts of "the beast." Im looking for input as to a sight, scope, or anything that would be a good match for this type of setup. THINK END OF THE WEORLD, SHHIT HAS HIT THE FAN, ALL HELL HAS BROKEN LOOSE type of weapon.
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Old 03-09-2012, 09:01 PM   #2
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Nice weapon! Hmmm... EOTW... M1A + 100rds + more ammo + your other gear... How about a bipod and go seriously work out in the gym!



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Throw the drum in the trash, get a 1-4x optic and familiarize yourself with your rifle.

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I am well "versed," with my system. "lets start the build," Has become the next obvious step. As for the weight of all equipment plus weapon and ammo and lets not forget "sustainment, and nurishment," Im sure I'll be fine. Twice deployed , well aware of my physical limits and abilities.

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