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  1. #51
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    Just got back from an excellent moto trip to Big Bend, and thought about this a bit more, then conversed over whiskey and cigars with a few like minded individuals of interesting backgrounds.

    Here is an example of what Im talking about.

    Pack is a USWE Ranger 4 (4 liter) used in running, mountain biking, and moto fields. Feel free to substitute a lunchbox, KFC bucket, grocery bag) it was just the smallest pack I had , oh and they come in rainbow colors.

    Sheet of paper is standard 8.5X11 for reference

    All shown plus 100rds ammo, though in the described context, the single 15 rd mag or even a flush fit 10 would suffice.

    Dot will reach out to what the 10/22 will, remember context of the tabletop, you arent hathcock identifying and neutralizing a general, target ID is folks moving in the area you want to control.

    Lastly, in the example pictured, all is completely legal under current laws...... think about that for a minute, while the focus would be the same, under the tabletop conditions, it would be further modified for mission/concealment, and deployment
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  2. #52
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    Nov 2006
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    That takedown Charger is nice kit.

    A 10/22 Takedown rifle in a Magpul Backpacker stock fits into daypacks. I have been experimenting with a QD 4X rim fire scope and a spare RMR.

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    Lee

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