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MOJONIXON ·
Need to watch the spelling of that second word here, too.
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Malpaso ·
I'm option as fuck
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tugboat12 ·
But.... does it come in MultiCam? That is a legit option though.
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EMDOM Ammo S.A.C

tugboat12 ·
Eventually one of two things happen... Your range bag and/or back of your vehicle get destroyed by metal ammo cans. Or, your plastic bag/cardboard box carrying your ammo self destructs into a big mess. EMDOM, with Military Morons, made a great solution. The Ammo S.A.C. (Soft Ammo Can) does a amazing job of keeping all your ammo in one place, making it easy to access and easy to identify. The small version holds about 750 rounds of 5.56mm, while the large one holds about 1000 rounds of...
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Tropleo ·
I have two large versions and fell in love. I plan on getting a handful more in various size. My ammo cans will now be limited to basement storage and the SAC's will be used for travel. Very well made. My only suggestion would be to put loop velcro on them so one can use velcro caliber patches. I may just sew on my own.
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Malpaso ·
Inexpensive, but not cheap alternative is a scuba weight bag. Blue Reef makes one that will cost you about $15, and holds at least 45# (that's as much as I've put in it). http://www.leisurepro.com/p-bl...ultra-pro-weight-bag
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Tropleo ·
Anddddd Mal comes in with the viable option with the quickness
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Casey ·
I have a couple of the small SACs. I like them. I use a Vertx A-Range bag these days, which has a pair of built-in ammo caddies, but the SACs would be my go-to ammo carriage method if I was using some other range bag. Why yes, it does. They don't have loop fields, but I find the vinyl windowed pockets to be even more useful, as you don't special caliber patches—just fold a 3x5" card in half, write the caliber (and quantity, if desired), and slip it in the ID pocket.
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Portable sandbag with cradle & sling.

Linz ·
Not sure if this should be on the Precision, Stud, Not So Stud or Fail (pretty crude compared to other presentations here ) boards but this one seems about right. The posting of the SOCOM International Sniper Comp results made me think of waiting a week before posting but here you are: Originally I was competing in 600-300 meter ‘tactical rifle’ matches in which field webbing (aka belt rig) must be worn. Rests were permitted & if you wanted to lug a real issue sandbag about- you were...
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the shotty ·
Not much to add but I dig the rifle set up!
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Linz ·
Eh, simple enough: -decent barrel -usual work on action & bolt -Sako extractor -Badger bolt knob -trigger job -Badger 1913 rail -Badger mag well metal -26’ .260 Rem barrel (plus a spare 26’ .308 in case the .260 did not work out.) -A5 stock, bedding & forend rail -Badger rings -my blood (did most of the work under supervision) To do: -QD flush sling mounts (for carry & ‘no support’ serials) -Cerakote -shoot, shoot, shoot What I maybe should have done: -muzzle brake? -heavier .260...
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JS7SFGA ·
Me likee!
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the shotty ·
I run a 24" 260 that I "built" on a savage repeating target action. I started with a 26" bull and after I shot it out I decided to go shorter and varmint profile to save weight. I did put a brake on it which makes a big difference in my opinion, I always shoot with electronic ears so it didn't make that much difference but now I can watch my hits from 300 out. So far the magpul mags have worked well for us as well, I only have two matches and a few shooting sessions with it so far though and...
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MWL ·
For fillers, I have always used very fine builders sand in the leather bags, or shotgun buffer material in a rolled up sock for use in the field. The leather bags aren't used in wet weather, and the shotgun buffer (very fine beads) doesn't hold water. Regards. Mark
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Linz ·
What are you doing for ammunition?
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Linz ·
Yup- but I had in mind I'd have to hoik it with rifle & accessories between stages. If it proves unworkable, sand (of sorts) it will be.
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MWL ·
That's one of the reasons I like the shotgun buffer material for my portable "bags". It is very light. Regards. Mark
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Linz ·
Have to ask around about it here then. Thanks
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