KS-47 Pistol – http://bit.ly/2PeJPwq
KS-47 Carbine – http://bit.ly/2PaECFS
Primary Arms Cyclops, Black – http://bit.ly/2MCwReG
Primary Arms Cyclops, FDE – http://bit.ly/2L4KRJi
KS-47 10.5″ Pistol with lighweight M-Lok handguard – http://bit.ly/2SLfDyA
KS-47 10.5″ Pistol with standard handguard – http://bit.ly/2TJ0Hyl
KS-47 16″ Carbine with lightweight M-Lok handguard – http://bit.ly/2MYfS4l
KS-47 16″ Carbine with M-Lok handguard – http://bit.ly/2N1zzIy
KS-47 16″ Carbine with standard handguard – http://bit.ly/2TGjOZS
KS-47 Pistol lower – http://bit.ly/2SIBCGx
KS-47 Carbine lower – http://bit.ly/2SGupGX
KS-47 10.5″ Lightweight M-Lok upper – http://bit.ly/2BxE9tg
KS-47 10.5″ Upper with standard handguards – http://bit.ly/2TEyEAg
KS-47 16″ Lightweight M-Lok upper – http://bit.ly/2MYi6Rf
KS-47 16″ Upper with standard handguards – http://bit.ly/2BtRH9c
Primary Arms Cyclops, Black – http://bit.ly/2Lf2uWO
Primary Arms Cyclops, FDE – http://bit.ly/2MFsiQJ
Knowledge drop from my friend JC Dodge.
A few things should come to mind when you think of items that are considered “Force Multipliers”. Good Commo, Night and Thermal vision, and some good optics with special features, all make things easier and more sure when it counts. Use of those items along with other visual aids can help positively identify (PID) friend from foe. In a combat zone, PID is a must. Even more so would be the need for PID if you and yours are to survive a WROL situation.
Burris XTS 2575 spotting scope on left, Armasight 7×50 with M22 Mil rangefinder reticle on right. Both are no longer available for sale, but other versions of these items are readily available.
When we think of having to occupy either a permanent or temporary Listening Post/Observation Post (LP/OP), what are some of the tools you think you’d need at your disposal? In the realm of commo…
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Palmetto State Armory Premium bolt carrier group – http://bit.ly/2EtKiK8
1,000 rounds of Hornady M193 and 10 Pmags – http://bit.ly/2EpkFJT
16″ Nitride upper build kit – http://bit.ly/2RYJhwR
Primary Arms Cyclops – http://bit.ly/2Lf2uWO
Primary Arms 1-6x variable ACSS – http://bit.ly/2Eo45Ko
Primary Arms 1-6x Raptor – http://bit.ly/2A3lkNQ
Here is the build list I used for put together this rifle.
Palmetto State Armory Lower – http://bit.ly/2PLURdh
Palmetto State Armory Lower parts kit – http://bit.ly/2FBJ80F
Palmetto State Armory Upper – http://bit.ly/2r1viKX
Alternate upper- http://bit.ly/2FFBemY
Primary Arms 3x Prism Scope, Black – http://bit.ly/2xmpBuK
Primary Arms 3x Prism Scope, FDE – http://bit.ly/2xm6MHW
The storm continues to steadily brew, and things are slowly heating up.
There will be a lot more of this, than of running and gunning I believe.
The Recon and Surveillance Team (R & S) course is designed to train civilians in the basic tasks of small unit tactics from the perspective of both a hunter and an observer. Rather than wasting time, money and ammo on modified close quarters battle techniques or even worse, mirroring conventional Infantry, this class teaches a team to work as a pack of hunters, not prey. It’s the way effective guerrilla fighters have fought since long before Major Robert Rogers wrote his now famous Rules for Ranging.
A student’s field expedient rangecard is prepared. Shooting an azimuth to the left and right limit of observation along with each target reference point (TRP), then ranging each, allows for quick target handoff between shooters. It’s a basic observation skill which better coordinates the team.
On patrol- the VHF mobile is prepared at the transmission site. Get the SALUTE report written…
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