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    Imo saddle rings are really only useful for scratching a nice "O" in your reciever.
    Quote Originally Posted by lone-wolf View Post
    Here's a picture from the internet of a couple 9422s, I got the saddle ring ordered for mine. Tang sight will be in the new year.


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    Quote Originally Posted by J_06 View Post
    Imo saddle rings are really only useful for scratching a nice "O" in your reciever.
    Most have leather on them to avoid that. I will probably throw some paracord on mine for the short term.
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    i find saddle rings quite handy actually, and just a single loop of leather prevents the scratching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J_06 View Post
    Imo saddle rings are really only useful for scratching a nice "O" in your reciever.


    Guy makes them for $31
    http://www.castbullet.com/srsling.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxer View Post
    i find saddle rings quite handy actually, and just a single loop of leather prevents the scratching.
    OMG! Real men don't worry about scratches in their carbine's. Or their pistols, or their coach guns. They are just the character marks of real use. Worrying abut the cosmetics is just so "pussyfied".

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    i just use a single point sling and it does pretty much the same thing, but with a little bungee goodness thrown in

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edenchef View Post
    OMG! Real men don't worry about scratches in their carbine's. Or their pistols, or their coach guns. They are just the character marks of real use. Worrying abut the cosmetics is just so "pussyfied".
    I worry about it 'clacking' and scaring game. But it's nice not to have the scratches either. Mind you, my guns get scratched other ways pretty quick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxer View Post
    I worry about it 'clacking' and scaring game. But it's nice not to have the scratches either. Mind you, my guns get scratched other ways pretty quick
    I stand by my comment, then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edenchef View Post
    I stand by my comment, then.
    Sure - never let truth or common sense get in your way

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