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I'm not sure about bone but I'm betting it would at least shatter it a little. I think it will ...


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Old 11-01-2013, 11:52 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I'm not sure about bone but I'm betting it would at least shatter it a little. I think it will be fine.

I did want to go buy a pig or something and do a test video in that, Hopefully I'll get that test on a deer this weekend.
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Changed my setup up a little. I didn't like the red dot with the magnifier for hunting.



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I like the scope better! It looks really sharp! I use a Leupold 2X on my .480 Ruger for hunting and really like it though I have though about putting a 4X on it.
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Thanks, I took the pop up irons off too cause lets face it I was never going to fight zombies or blue hats with this one anyways and I don't have to worry about the batteries dying on the scope while hunting either

This scope is a cheap 3-9x42.
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OK, so I'm not an AR expert.
What's up with the folding buffer tube??
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Originally Posted by Jo6pak View Post
OK, so I'm not an AR expert.
What's up with the folding buffer tube??

It allows you to fold the buffer tube out of the way for storage and/or carrying yet set the buffer tube back out to let it function. Pretty slick, now I just need a SBR

I have seen one or two before but have never tried one myself.
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right, you canNOT shoot it folded like an AK. it's more for storage/concealment.
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It's from Law tactical.
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