This may have been discussed in the past but for such a niche item sources are always changing.
So anyway, before I go bugging the Mat Techs, is there anyone making a good admin panel for the FPV?
The only options I can see so far are CPGear or trying to swap my vest for a new one and getting...
Welcome to the slippery slope of building your first AR :rofl:
Lots of good suppliers for parts; True North Arms, CTC Supplies, Rampart and Red Deer Shooting Centre are my go to for new parts. Basic parts to get work done are a reaction rod or upper vice block, the proper barrel wrench for...
I dunno guys, with the way that the last roll-out of new combats turned out, I only forsee guys walking around with CADPAT shirts and MC trousers...and RSM's developing a nervous tic before every parade.
Getting back to the OP, is there a reason such as parallax/eye relief that's stopping you from using a magnified optic?
Using a 20x scope on a hunting rifle is a bit more magnification than the 3.4x ELCAN, but you can atleast adjust the eye relief by moving the optic back or forth.
I've never heard of somebody Canex planning an EoTech...and that sounds like a terrible idea (because I'd do it), BUT my local Canex did used to sell Nikon scopes and I tossed the last one they had on my plan.
So take that for what it's worth.
If you're actually carrying serialized kit in your MOB box, then by all means, get a heavy duty lock to keep it secure. Otherwise it's totally up to you.
It's your kit, so keep it as secure as you're comfortable, whether it's combo or keyed locks.
I'll just mention that you might or might not get actual boots when you go through CFLRS. A friend of mine that went through with me (in '08 mind you) was issued a weird wrap around boot "thing" until they could get boots ordered in for him.
On our last week of course a custom set of Magnum...
I've had a 12.5" and 8.5" tube fed Grizzly and never had an issue. My neighbor just picked up a mag fed 18.5" when they were on sale, and enjoys it.
If you want a mag fed shotty, you can't really go wrong for the price.
Bring some good bug repellent and get ready for mosquitos when you get here, we've had alot of snow so there's gonna be alot of standing water...
You're DP1 will be physical because you'll be hands on with a C3 and it's a heavy bugger to move, but alot of the course is going to be drill after...