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Posted: 8/22/2004 8:41:33 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/23/2004 12:02:39 AM EDT by Mr10anahaf]
I have a little cash laying around ( does not happen offten) and this is what I'm thinking of purchaseing for my rifle

First Samco M44 or 33 ( um .. what kind should I get for a full lenth rifle )
OD Green rail covers , thinking tango down but would like some advice
OD Green vertical grim , again any advice would be nice
Stream Light Scorpion and the Fobus mount

Any info you guys have Im all ears, I will state however I have no intrest in Free Floating the BBl, I'm not looking to make a tac driver. And I hope to keep this all under $300.00

Will post pic when I get all items.
Link Posted: 8/22/2004 9:17:07 PM EDT
Everything sounds good except...instead of the the First Samco handguards, get you a set of YHM 2 piece handguards. They are a great value and very good quality from what everyone says. Just my 2 cents worth. Everything else sounds good.
Link Posted: 8/23/2004 6:15:30 AM EDT
I have Quik-to-See light mounts on all of my AR's, which accept
the Scorpian flashlights. I have several of these lights, one in all three
vehicles, on the table next to the front door, etc. I love the lights.
However, I have had one fail after shooting 200 rounds or so, on my
.223. What I found was that the bulbs are held inplace with 2 small
pins inserted into spring clips in the head. Recoil will eventually cause
the bulb to walk out of the socket.
I don't normally shoot at night (occasional carbine clinic), so I
don't feel that this is a problem for me. I simply don't put them on the
rifle while shooting during daylight hours.
I hope this helps...

Johnny C!
Link Posted: 8/23/2004 7:04:07 AM EDT
LED lights don't have bulbs to break, if you want something more shock proof.
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