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Discussion in 'AR-15 Discussion' started by Westy, Sep 12, 2009.
I thought I'd post a couple pictures of my Ar-15's for all you folks out there....
Nice evil black guns!
What kind of magazines are you using in that first pic? Nice collection, BTW. I hope to get there one day.
Glad you folks like them! The mags are the composite ones.
They are Orlite composite mags. I have a couple dozen and I love them!!
Hot digaddy dog!! Them's some nice looking AR's Westy, now..............which one did you say was mine exactly?
They're all yours !!!!
For a price..........
are the grips on those aftermarket? they look very comfortable.
The top one is a target handle, not sure of the make. The other three are all Hogue aftermarket grips. First thing I do when I buy one is change those out. I looked online for a link but can't seem to find them in Hogue's catalog.....
I still have the boxes downstairs and can give you a P/N if you're interested.
Westy - Please do post the part number for those Houge grips, I want one.
Oops, my bad.... They're Pachmayr Vindicators.
Nice guns ya got there Westy.
Always wondered about those Pachmyr grips. Look comfortable. Personally, I like the Ergo grips, just fit my hands better and non slip.
Every time I see your avatar I laugh! I loved that movie! Joe Dirt rocks!
How do you like the front rails on your AR's? What kind of gadgets do you use with them? I was thinking about adding one to my M4 upper.......
Slo's Gun Closet is where I go for private "ME" time.
Yep...Joe Dirt was classic, and in the collection right next to Napoleon Dynamite
As for the rails, I used to run vertical fore grips on most of my guns. Those have kind of ended up in the gun closet, I think next to the lasers and other must-have doo-dads. Now, the most that they ever see is a flashlight, maybe a bipod. But they do keep the forearm cooler, in my opinion. Top one in the pic is a Yankee Hill, bottom one is Midwest Industries. These are mainly the play toys, and see alot of use by others, too.
- kind of looks like the one in your pic
The serious hardware stays very simple in configuration, with free float tubes by JP V-tacs or the Yankee Hill smooth forearms, with a full top rail and short rails on the end for mounting lights or a Grip-pod/bipod to. K-I-S-S.
JD, you can come play in the gun closet any time. Just bring AMMO and a cleaning kit for after
I dunno...I'm kinda partial to JD's myself