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    Canadian ForcesBuccaneer matty86suk's Avatar
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    VZ58 Drills

    All my rifles are battle rifles...

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    Awe yea!

    I think I have a video somewhere that I'm supposed to do soon.

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    I miss having a 7.62 vz

    How are you liking that vortex flash hider?

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    Flash hider is a dlask, xm4 or some shit, keeps to crown protected dragging the rifle through the gravel.
    All my rifles are battle rifles...

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    I like Dlask's products. It's too bad they seem intent on making them as inaccessible as possible sometimes.

    I'll put my few drills with the Ambi-Mag release here:



    I would love some tips on how to get a magazine out of a TT chest rig with relative speed. I surrendered the war-belt to the girlfriend for this trip, and I definitely missed having mags on my hip.

    To anyone who has used the Tactical bolt release. Is it worth it? Part of the reason I vertical the rifle when reloading is to give the gun the old reach-around and drop the bolt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TV-PressPass View Post

    To anyone who has used the Tactical bolt release. Is it worth it?
    Yes! Mines a little...tight? Tough? Requires my support hand on the rifle so I can lean on my trigger finger, but it's faster....just took getting used to, lol! I remember I got it installed no problem, took it to the range...and then proceeded to reach over the rifle! Now I find once you've got the mag seated, you can get back on target while sliding your support hand forward, and as the rifle comes down I'm pressing the bolt release with my trigger finger...it eliminates a lot of movement.
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    I was thinking a bolt release or maybe a left side charging handle will speed things up. Would like a dlask mag release so I can slap chop my reloads. You are gonna love my nuts!!
    All my rifles are battle rifles...

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    I would like the left side charging handle as well... after getting told that tactically I should rack my pistol slide operationally instead of using the slide stop to release the slide it feels weird to use the bolt release on the 858. But the left side handles seem a bit of a unicorn at the moment.

    Cool video BTW, I like the barricade shooting, gonna have to build me one of those.
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