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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Cunningham View Post
    Those seem very useful -- thanks for posting that. One of the bullets was "use as much stock as you can." Can you elaborate on that one a little bit? I'm having trouble matching it with my (incredibly dated! Crews 1997, Thunder Ranch 2000) carbine training learnings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doctorpogo View Post
    Those seem very useful -- thanks for posting that. One of the bullets was "use as much stock as you can." Can you elaborate on that one a little bit? I'm having trouble matching it with my (incredibly dated! Crews 1997, Thunder Ranch 2000) carbine training learnings.
    With a typical AR carbine you have a telescoping stock. Our recommendation is to run that stock out as far as you can and stretch that gun out. We had a guy that this didn't click with until someone pointed out to him that he wasn't all jocked-up in armor necessitating a shortened stock. Lightbulb moment!

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    Okeydoke. If we were trading in fixed stocks (crazy talk, I know) would you recommend an A2 or A1?

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    Quote Originally Posted by doctorpogo View Post
    Okeydoke. If we were trading in fixed stocks (crazy talk, I know) would you recommend an A2 or A1?
    I would personally recommend an A1.
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    Good, that fits. There is both too short and too long.

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    Yeah the A2 is a bit overdone for most.

    The A1 was almost perfect IMO... most of the A2 "improvements" kind of sucked in retrospect.
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    A2 works really well for an average person in prone. If I'm proned out with an AR, it's because I've fallen down.

    I was converted to a1 during the mentioned Crews class. Somewhere in the early aughties it became an Ace A-UL, with an A1 LOP. I've been very happy with it.

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