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Old September 10, 2012, 09:00 AM   #4
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Join Date: September 3, 2011
Location: Poteet, Texas
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That's just one of the problems with a collapsible stock. Remember that collapsible stocks were first developed for paratroopers and truck drivers and such. Being able to fold up the gun was more important that being able to easily use the gun I guess. I carried the 91 or an AR or a shotgun in a patrol car for years and never had problems getting it in or out. This was well before the red dot sights came out. I used a 1X5 Leupold Scope. The claw type scope mount was high but by using more of my chin and less cheek I could shoot it fine. With this mount it's easy on and easy off. I only used a scope when covering something like a man barricaded in a building or when providing cover on a buy bust with the Narcotics people.
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