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  1. #11
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    I have a 25 round bag I'll snap photos of later. The shotgun, for me, goes in the door pocket. It fits like the Tundra had a plan. Seems a bit more secure in sudden stops than Gabe's method. Not knocking it, just my observations in my ride.

    I would like insights on working an active reload of the Tac 14. It's different without a stock. My bag rides on a strap on right side. I hold the gun in left hand, the right hand grabs and feeds. Usually at waist height. Not as smooth as keeping a stocked weapon shouldered and pointed in. Thoughts?

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    I think we did a video on loading in the class. Left hand loads kids...shotgun stays in the workspace... gunfight not duckfight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chad newton View Post
    I think a lot of people are just scared of cops seeing it and freeking out. Chances are if you get pulled over for speeding they will never see it with the hat on top. Place your registration in the glove box to get eyes in a different location. Plus it is legal in a free state especially with a carry permit.
    Best way to keep that from happening is to drive within the laws and don't get pulled over!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel Suarez View Post
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  6. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel Suarez View Post
    I think we did a video on loading in the class. Left hand loads kids...shotgun stays in the workspace... gunfight not duckfight.
    The video I can find is with a stocked weapon, and I totally agree. It just feels awkward trying this with the Tac 14. I can't stay on target like I can with a stocked gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 45Smashemflat View Post
    The video I can find is with a stocked weapon, and I totally agree. It just feels awkward trying this with the Tac 14. I can't stay on target like I can with a stocked gun.
    Gabe did a video of it with a brace on it. With the standard configuration just bring it up into your work space you like would your handgun and shove shells in it.
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