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    The great thing about a Rattler in a 26L GR1, is it fits in the rear internal pocket, allowing you to use the rest of the pack for what you would normally carry in a pack.

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    Likes pretty much everything in every caliber.

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    GJM, love the USGI 20s.

    I just picked up some Lancer 20s on the advice of LL and others. Great mags, but the old school aluminum seems smaller and handier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vandal View Post
    Vertx Ready Pack 2.0 hike today with the missus and daughter. 16lb pack with the contents below.

    A little over 3 miles. 670ft gain. I did not use the chest or waist strap. No complaints.




    So is the royal blue thing a stuff sack for your radio / gear or your Covid face covering?

    I find my Gamut is not as comfortable as a real hiking pack but in an urban / suburban setting it will fit in well, maybe better than Mystery Ranch.

  4. #104
    Quote Originally Posted by Norville View Post
    So is the royal blue thing a stuff sack for your radio / gear or your Covid face covering?
    Face covering. Only about 1/8 people we passed on the trail were wearing them.

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    @GJM @HCM @Wayne Dobbs @ASH556 @SouthNarc or anybody else.

    Do any of ya’ll remember the offset iron sights that were fairly popular during the early 2000’s that were basically a simplified PPC revolver rail with pistol style sites? Those seem like they might be a an interesting alternative to BUIS on a gun of this size and the ranges it would most likely be used at. The one negative I might could think of would be interference with the bag since they mount on a 45* angle.

    ETA: I just found this thread started by Ash where we already went down this road two years ago and I already forgot about it. https://pistol-forum.com/showthread....nsition-Sights
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    In reference to my above post I can’t believe I forgot to tag our forum’s 3gun guru and champ @P.E. Kelley

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norville View Post
    GJM, love the USGI 20s.

    I just picked up some Lancer 20s on the advice of LL and others. Great mags, but the old school aluminum seems smaller and handier.
    I just got 5 of the 20 round Lancers today. I agree the old GI 20 rounders are nice

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    20-rd GI mags. Okay seem to be liked for 30 rounders. I have some 30 and 20 in my stash, but haven't put a ton of rounds through either yet.

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  9. #109
    Grey Man Tactical is having a Memorial Day 25% off sale. Their rigid multi-purpose panels and rubber weapon holders are a great solution for carrying the weight and stabilizing PDWs in any pack. See @underhook pics.

    25% off makes the products somewhat reasonable. Just ordered a second panel from them. I have no relationship with them but like their products.

  10. #110
    Quote Originally Posted by vandal View Post
    Grey Man Tactical is having a Memorial Day 25% off sale. Their rigid multi-purpose panels and rubber weapon holders are a great solution for carrying the weight and stabilizing PDWs in any pack. See @underhook pics.

    25% off makes the products somewhat reasonable. Just ordered a second panel from them. I have no relationship with them but like their products.
    Definitely ordering a panel.

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