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Coming Summer 2016: Magpul MOE SL-S Carbine Stock

l_jimenez ·
Coming Summer 2016: Magpul MOE SL-S Carbine Stock The storage-capable version of the flagship Magpul MOE SL™ carbine stock, the MOE SL-S (Storage) Stock is a direct replacement buttstock for AR15/M4 carbines. The sleek profile, dual-side release latches, and waterproof battery tubes make it the slimmest storage tube stock available. The SL-S provides an enhanced cheek weld and true, O-ring sealed, 10m waterproof storage area desired by many, but fits it into the narrowest package possible to...
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Coming Late 2016: Magpul PRS Gen3

l_jimenez ·
Coming Late 2016: Magpul PRS Gen3 The PRS GEN3 is a field precision stock for AR15/M16 and AR10/SR25 platforms, featuring tool-less length of pull and cheek piece height adjustment. With solid adjustments for length of pull and cheek piece height via aluminum detent knobs, the PRS GEN3 (Precision Rifle/Sniper) stock provides a stable interface and is intended for semi-automatic sniper or varmint type rifles. Offering a nearly universal fit, it installs on rifle-length receiver extensions as...
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Fred1 ·
Looks intriguing, any word on price point?
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l_jimenez ·
$79.95 MSRP
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Re: Coming Late 2016: Magpul PRS Gen3

badshot ·
Is the gen3 going to extend to the HK91/PTR91 models as well? Still is a heavy pig but getting better every itteration.
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C Walley ·
I like that a lot!
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bjw182005 ·
It looks like some decent improvements on the surface, however that eye relief is still terrible for a legit precision rifle.
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l_jimenez ·
Not according to the thousands sold to .MIL units in past decade.
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domestique ·
FEATURES: * Mounts to rifle-length, mil-spec carbine, or A5-length receiver extension tubes (not included) This is the biggest improvement IMHO. I never bought the PRS for my LMT AR10 because I didn't want to have to add a rifle extension tube, and wanted the flexibility of using a regular ACS, ACS-S.A.P.R, CTR, stock for more of a battle rifle configuration. Currently the only option out there was LMT's precision stock (which is pretty pricey and never on sale, unlike Magpul's PRS). Once...
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Re: Safariland QD: QLS vs RTI

montgomerygentryFan ·
I agree with XTCBX, although I definitely have not put mine through that kind of use as he has. The brief time I had G-Code's RTI system the first thing I noticed was how loose the holster to the mounts was. Even when the pistol was not in the holster it would rattle. Maybe that play didn't affect retention, but I didn't like it that loose. At the time I had bought every from the holster, belt and MOLLE/PALS mount and all were equally loose. From there I switched to the MLS and never looked ...
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Re: Safariland QD: QLS vs RTI

XTCBX ·
I use the Safariland QD system for all my Safariland holsters. They are very strong, I've rolled around on them, gotten in a fight with a gun grab attempt and fallen down cliffs with them. No issues at all, they add about a 1/4" of standoff to the holster and I didn't even notice it when in switched to them. It's a good system.
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K.O.A.M. ·
I use the Safariland quick release stuff on all my holsters. I have had no problem with daily use on a duty belt and through multiple classes and multiple holsters. YMMV, but my experience over multiple years has been uniformly positive.
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Re: Safariland QD: QLS vs RTI

XTCBX ·
If the receiving plate has the locking tabs you really need to slam the fork in for it to seat / lock... If that isn't done, well, it'll come right out on a draw. Not saying it was user error...just sayin'...
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sixtop ·
I've used both for holsters and equipment. The Gcode was a good concept, but eventually failed. It (the holster) got snagged on a fence I was diving under and broke. Failed at the connection point. Pistol was moved to a mag pouch on the chest and holster was tossed into the camelback for the duration of that track. Upon contacting Gcode for warranty I was not given any help because I had purchased the components through Natchez and not directly from Gcode. I'll admit that left a sour taste...
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Safariland QD: QLS vs RTI

Ironman8 ·
Im looking for a "QD" option for my Safariland holster. I would need it to go between a 2" belt (UBL type setup to clear PC) and a molle belt (Kifaru pack belt). I've looked into the Safariland QLS/MLS and G-Code RTI systems and they both look like nice options but haven't found a definitive answer for what I'm looking for. Basically I just want to know which one is more durable (better mount interface) and which one is lower profile (minimize "stack height" between components). Any other...
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Plasman ·
Just a note, for light bearing holsters you may have to shave down one of the locking nubs about half way on the QLS-22L plate to make enough clearance for the locking fork to come up and over it. I didn't have this issue with other light bearing holsters till I got my P320 and VP9 holsters in a month ago.
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CWM11B ·
We have had contrary experience. On numerous occasions we have had holsters come unclipped, and on one occasion a teammate drew holster and gun together on a vehicle takedown. These were on early versions that admitedly had longer locking forks. The reputation was sullied with a lot of our folks, but some like them. A common complaint I hear is the stacking/protrusion. Several guys have gone back to using separate gunbelts with a dedicated holster. I have used both, and prefer the RTL with a...
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Ironman8 ·
Thanks for all the replies fellas. Looks like the QLS is the way to go.
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Re: Safariland QD: QLS vs RTI

CWM11B ·
XTCBX posted: If the receiving plate has the locking tabs you really need to slam the fork in for it to seat / lock... If that isn't done, well, it'll come right out on a draw. Not saying it was user error...just sayin'... Understood, but not what happened. Plenty of our guys have and like them. Just as sixtop's experience soured him on G Code, so did our guys when they had their issue. Admittedly, this was on the earlier designs with longer locking forks. The latest version seems to be less...
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Re: Safariland QD: QLS vs RTI

Tropleo ·
XTCBX posted: If the receiving plate has the locking tabs you really need to slam the fork in for it to seat / lock... If that isn't done, well, it'll come right out on a draw. Not saying it was user error...just sayin'... To piggyback on that, "push/pull" doesn't only apply to mags. I take mine on and off quite often due to having to lock up weapons when entering certain secure areas ie: jails, booking, lockups. This gives me the ability to secure the entire holster with handgun. When I...
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SoTex ·
I would also use the QLS. Check out difference between LE version and MIL version. MIL version is meant to break away at a certain poundage in the event you get stuck on something. LE is meant to survive gun grabs and never come off. I also do the push/pull that @Tropleo mentioned to make sure everything is legit.
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