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Hey guys... Just thought I would show off my rifles, now that i found my camera.

The top is my G&G M14 with a few of the mags that i have for it. Then under that is the BAR-10 that I have shaved down the air brake, installed a Edgi 6.01 barrel. I have a new piston head and a nine ball bucking on the way. Then there is my UTG triple shot shotgun. Not to bad for the price that I paid for it.

 

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lol ... Yes it still does close... I just don't have the M14 in there at the moment. With just the shotgun and the BAR-10 in there it is a really tight fit.

I am now looking at getting a small mill and a lathe, when i get my house. And I am starting to plan out a rifle that I would like to build. Am looking at the take down rifles, so i can well... take down the rifle.


Hopefully I will get that done and finished over the winter and get some pics up for you guys.
 

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I have always had my bi-pod on that way. On ever rifle that i have ever had:p I am just more comfortable with it that way. That and when you are crawling through under brush and what not you don't have to worry about it grabbing onto stuff. ;)
 

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Nope...


I have never had my bipod collapse on me when I shoot my rifles. I have my pods set up like that on my .22s all the way up to my .22-250 and my dads .308. None of them have ever fallen on me before.

That and I don't "lean" into the rifle so much. I can't shoot that well when I do that. Have a different style that works
 
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