2020 Manners Snipers Hide Group Buy

Wulf

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574 here made it final finish inline to have chassis and rail installed expect It to be ready for shipment In 1-2 weeks
 

Dustyplyr

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  • Apr 11, 2018
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    Well my TCS showed up today. Already love this thing. With a small shifting of the rail weights i can easily balance this for my Suppressor vs my brake. And a guy can't be upset when it'll cycle while resting only on the mag. Can't figure out how to upload the video from my phone if it cycling
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    NiteQwill

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    Well my TCS showed up today. Already love this thing. With a small shifting of the rail weights i can easily balance this for my Suppressor vs my brake. And a guy can't be upset when it'll cycle while resting only on the mag. Can't figure out how to upload the video from my phone if it cycling
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    Great looking rig.

    How many extra weights (front and rear) did you ended up purchasing as extra?
     

    Dustyplyr

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  • Apr 11, 2018
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    Great looking rig.

    How many extra weights (front and rear) did you ended up purchasing as extra?
    Thank you.
    I purchased 2 extra front weights. I knew i didn't want extra rear weights since i have a trex lop at 13.2" i only ended up using 2 front weights total with 1 sitting in the drawer and the rear sleeve weight that came with it. . I put them in the front 2 rail pockets. I played with it and just moving them to the back 2 pockets when i put my Suppressor on and it maintains its balance perfectly. That's a remington vanity profile barrel in the pic that will be getting replaced with a bartlein mtu that's on its way to the admit as we speak. I anticipate having to use the 3rd weight to balance it but we will see when i get it in hand.
    Now to figure out how to build up the grip a bit, I've been spoiled with my mcmillan a/z10s and their close grip to trigger spacing making it sort easy to get a 90° trigger press
     

    NiteQwill

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    Thank you.
    I purchased 2 extra front weights. I knew i didn't want extra rear weights since i have a trex lop at 13.2" i only ended up using 2 front weights total with 1 sitting in the drawer and the rear sleeve weight that came with it. . I put them in the front 2 rail pockets. I played with it and just moving them to the back 2 pockets when i put my Suppressor on and it maintains its balance perfectly. That's a remington vanity profile barrel in the pic that will be getting replaced with a bartlein mtu that's on its way to the admit as we speak. I anticipate having to use the 3rd weight to balance it but we will see when i get it in hand.
    Now to figure out how to build up the grip a bit, I've been spoiled with my mcmillan a/z10s and their close grip to trigger spacing making it sort easy to get a 90° trigger press
    I appreciate the info. I'll probably order two more weights as well when I get the phone call (patiently waiting). I did go for the steel arca, however.

    What I have done personally to build my grip on my T4A stock is to use cut-to-size soft rubber skateboard tape (I still cruise around on my deck once and awhile... haven't done the #cranberrychallenge yet with my rig ;)). It's grippy but not too much, sticks very well, easy to apply, and stinking cheap (Amazon). Give it a try.
     
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