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Old 06-14-2017, 4:08 PM
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This looks like a fun thread, haha.

Anyways, here is my very simple setup. Still haven't shot it with the light mounted yet but its a simple clean setup that I will use for a lowlight carbine/pistol course starting next month.

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My old recce that was dedicated to use under NODs for the most part as well as some daytime "long range" shooting.

LA-5C/PEQ - dangerously strong and can light things on fire under high in close ranges.

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SR-15 with DBAL-i2 dual IR. This thing was depressing after using the LA-5C

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SR-15 with DBAL-i2 dual IR. This thing was depressing after using the LA-5C

LA5 is over kill.. still cool to have one.
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LA5 is over kill.. still cool to have one.
Indeed. It was the **** for long range night time shooting, light up everything further than what my rifle was capable of.
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Some peasant lazerz
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What kind of pressure trigger is that? Does it add weight over traditional rubber?

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What kind of pressure trigger is that? Does it add weight over traditional rubber?

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Its a pressure pad mounting system from cloud defensive. Weighs about 2 oz with screws. Not a big deal for me.


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here are my 3 with lights/lasers

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