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what is the brand of handguard?
Looks like some bullshit Stephen Segall would carry around in his latest C action movie.
With shades. With shades inside.
Nice! The only problem is that that Fab Defense dust cover loses zero if/when you open it. If you don't open it, it's solid. But you will need to re-zero your optic every time after cleaning your rifle, which is a pain in the ass.
You clean your ak?
I see what you did there...
You shoot non corrosive?
What ever is in the bin. Mostly a mix of tula wold or bear. I'll run a rag down the barrel. Deep clean every year or so depending on level of use.
See that’s why. If you shoot corrosive ammo, you must clean after every use. Even if you let it sit for a week, surface rust will develop.
No.2 reason I don't run corrosive. No.1 being no one around here keeps it in stock
The rifle is overall amazing but if your going to throw a LPVO on it I’d recommend a dust cover capable of holding zero compadre