Links to everything I used:
Build kit – http://bit.ly/2V0sjDJ
Lower – http://bit.ly/2DyBFMk
Scope – http://bit.ly/2Fn4rB3
Mount – http://bit.ly/2GIvA0r
Bipod – http://bit.ly/2UXyGYC
Primary Arms SLx6 1-6x24mm SFP Rifle Scope Gen III – Illuminated ACSS-22LR Reticle – http://bit.ly/2GpDPi2
Palmetto State Armory KS-47 pistol – http://bit.ly/2SLfDyA
Hasty hide site is prepared to conceal rucksack and provide an overnight position. Note the abundance of dead grass in the area- makes for a simple early warning to the Scout should anyone (or anything) approach their position.
Larger hide site prepared for a three man team. Note the triangular shape.
Hide site, rear.
Pack light, freeze at night? Usually, but not always. Even with a morning frost, I slept comfortable enough with a GI bivy cover, Snugpak Jungle Blanket, and GI casualty blanket. A big part of the course of learning what your actually need, and what you can exist without.
Three man Recce team prepares a plan at the Objective Rally Point.
Same Recce Team, preparing to move.
The objective: A Small Town of Shoothouses and a mission to surveil the medical facility.
Student in a cobra hood completes his range card and prepares to move back to…
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