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    Default BILATERAL RIFLE - PART 1

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    Great stuff that I'm going to adapt to my bolt gun and SKS (don't have an AR...yet, so working with what I have).

    But question: Where is Part Two? I of course see this, Part One, and I watched Part Three, but I didn't see Part Two.

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    One of the beauties of the AR in 5.56 is that you can fire from a floating postition without major disruption of sights or injury.

    And one of the lessons I learned was that if you fire from the left shoulder keep your effing right hand clear of the ejection port and especially the swing of the dust cover.

    Thanks for the reminder and the push.
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    Part 2 is large and still working
    Gabriel Suarez

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    ooooh, looks like a good series of viewing material to absorb. There hasn't been much rifle practice lately, so this could be very useful,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel Suarez View Post
    Part 2 is large and still working
    Roger that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faramir2 View Post
    Roger that.
    Aaaannnndddd just found the sticky thread.

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    If you guys like the content, buy something at the store
    Gabriel Suarez

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel Suarez View Post
    If you guys like the content, buy something at the store
    Just received and NP3 slide...
    The government selectively enforces laws, so I selectively follow them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faramir2 View Post
    Great stuff that I'm going to adapt to my bolt gun and SKS (don't have an AR...yet, so working with what I have).

    But question: Where is Part Two? I of course see this, Part One, and I watched Part Three, but I didn't see Part Two.
    The bilateral technique that is being taught now is a little bit difference from what I doing with the AK. I was placing the butt-stock against my shoulder and not just doing a cheek weld. An AK kick backs and forward more than will a 5.56 AR that is not overgassed. The SKS may not bounce around as much as the AK since it has lighter action parts.
    I have a quality AR Alexander upper in 6.5gr that is properly gassed and will try just the cheek weld with it for bilateral shooting. The AR that I have in 7.62x39 that is currently overgassed when practicing bilateral shooting has bump fired now that it has a LaRue trigger in it. I will have to fixed the overgassing so that is more controllable.

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