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19th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from You're not bulletproof... with 788 notes

gunrunnerhell:

ARMS S.I.R

An SBR (Short Barreled Rifle) with the ARMS S.I.R rail system. Back when they were released a decade ago the S.I.R was considered a top of the line handguard. By today’s standards it is seen as being too heavy, bulky and offering little rail space. You’ll notice it’s a stepped rail instead of  being continuous. It does offer a distinct appearance but there are better options out there nowadays. (GRH)

Having owned a Barrett M468 upper, it came standard with an ARMS S.I.R, albeit an extended one. Aesthetically pleasing as it was, it wasn’t pleasant to hold due to its bulk.

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17th April 2014

Photo with 35 notes

Happy 4/16 day.

Happy 4/16 day.

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16th April 2014

Photo reblogged from Keep calm and glock on. with 204 notes

glockfanatics:

😁 (posted by @kc_eusebio) #glockfanatics #glockmods #glockperfection #teamglock #doyouevenglockbro

glockfanatics:

😁 (posted by @kc_eusebio) #glockfanatics #glockmods #glockperfection #teamglock #doyouevenglockbro

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16th April 2014

Video with 20 notes

When the battle drum beats…

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16th April 2014

Photo with 17 notes

The ever amazing stickman posts maybe my favorite 308 I’ve ever seen.

The ever amazing stickman posts maybe my favorite 308 I’ve ever seen.

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14th April 2014

Photo with 85 notes

Special forces EDC. (I don’t know the original source of this)

Special forces EDC. (I don’t know the original source of this)

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3rd April 2014

Photo with 44 notes

Something about this setup is just harmonious.

Something about this setup is just harmonious.

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1st April 2014

Photo reblogged from Bushcraft & Survival with 8,107 notes

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Source: man-and-camera.com

28th March 2014

Photoset reblogged from Pack Config with 217 notes

packconfig:

Fast Pack Friday – TAD Junkies

I recently saw this amazing set up of a Litespeed. The transporter tail is fully open and holds the lower limb of an archery bow. The compression straps are then used to hold the grip and bowstring, keeping it all secure in place. The main compartment is then used as a quiver for the arrows.

The transporter tail was designed with rifle-carry in mind, but this deviation just shows how versatile the pack is. The tail seems to be the workhorse feature of the TAD packs.

These two photographs also show off the chameleon-like nature of foliage green. Do check out Peter Nguyen’s photos in the link below.

Found here

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21st March 2014

Photo reblogged from Hoplite with 199 notes

Nice.

Nice.

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Source: gunnyriv