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Old 03-21-2017, 08:41 AM   #11
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Interesting idea. Wonder how well the cheekweld is? I tried a LaRue cheekpiece on my issued M4 in Iraq, found it put my eye 1/8" too high for irons. Need to sell it.
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Well that's interesting. I can see the logic of charging your AR and your pistols the same way. Gross motor movement and standardized training.

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I can see a similar grip needed, but that is too sloped to mimic a pistol slide.
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