Can you tell us how you are using the string around your magazines?
It's just paracord with a loop and knot that is threaded through an opening on the mag holder. It's just long enough to get around the mag and lock the knot in the loop to add just a bit more security as the tension of the mag holder is enough for one 10 round mag but the additional weight and height of the 2 ten round mag mod isn't ideal. It was a quick solve that works well enough for me not to really search for a better solution but not perfect by any stretch.Can you tell us how you are using the string around your magazines?
I discovered that Olongapo's M-1 Garand pouch pockets hold a 10 round Savage B-22 magazine easily. With the 10/22 being a smaller magazine, it should slip into the pocket without any problem.
Here's my grab-n-go pouch that I use for the B-22 magazines.
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Man, this is not BI-7-2-KO trainer, trainer has different safety and trigger. This is BI-7-2-KO Basic. Receiver is from BI and trigger assembly is from Sable hunting rifle. Also KO means Karabin Okhotnichii (Carbine to Hunt). If you wish to transform it onto something nicer, make new trigger with adjustments like on real BI, it will completely change the rifle character, cut the length of pull and improve the feeling and balance.The gun that's in there is an izmash biathlon trainer (BI-7-2KO).
Those aperture sights are insanely good. I looked through them once and that's when I knew I needed an Anschütz with those sights.I’m stunned.
40 year old rifle. 40 year old Eley Match ammo. Shit front rest. Shit rear bag. 25m with aperture peep sights that likely haven’t been adjusted in 40 years either. This is my first time shooting this gun in this capacity. I’ve played Battleship with my daughter against her scoped Savage, and won. Now I can understand why.
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You’re not wrong, but, I can see the entire orange square and a few rows of white squares around through the front site. I think I’m more impressed with myself than the gun. It is clearly better than I am. Both in accuracy and precision.Those aperture sights are insanely good. I looked through them once and that's when I knew I needed an Anschütz with those sights.
Same here, I will never be able to shoot as well as my Anschütz is able to.You’re not wrong, but, I can see the entire orange square and a few rows of white squares around through the front site. I think I’m more impressed with myself than the gun. It is clearly better than I am. Both in accuracy and precision.
NICE SETUP ENJOYTop Rifle is an izmash bk-7-2-ko basic biathlon... I think I have that model number correct. The stock is from a G&G Airsoft rifle that was no longer functioning. It's pretty crappy but it's functional and fits me better than the original cheap ass stock.
2nd rifle is a CMP Remington 40x manufactured in the mid-60s... standard Redfield Olympic sights. It's sitting in an old McMillan NRA high power stock... it used to be called modified 40x.
Jonathan did the work on my rifle..fantastic job and helluva nice guy.No picture, just a 'funny' story. I have my 40X Elrod Conversion in an AICS stick and Vortex 5-25 scope sitting on a bench at the range. Group drives up, starts to set up, little chit chat. A guy asks if that is a 6.5 Creed,.....