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Government Grunt and Proud of It
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29 years old
Birthday:
February 22, 1985
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Alberta, North of 49

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  1. TPX pistol holster

    16 February 2010 - 07:46 PM

    I just got a new TPX, and I'm having an extremely hard time finding a holster.

    I'm looking at the one that Spec Ops carries, however it doesn't appear that you have any left hand TPX-type drop holsters. I know that Spec Ops is clearing out some old gear, but would it be possible to have a custom TPX lefty made?

    Also, does this holster allow for a flashlight attachment?

    Thanks.
  2. WGP Tactical

    01 February 2010 - 07:00 PM

    My marker, updated:
    Attached File  photo.jpg (176.81K)
    Number of downloads: 56

    WGP Trilogy Tactical SF
    12" J&J barrel
    Halo V35 hopper (painted matte black)
    Added foregrip/flashlight combo
    Removed ASA, attached remote line directly
    CADPAT remote cover

    I also bought a air thru mag, however it needs milling to get it to fit alongside the trigger frame, as well as a quick connect attachment

    Comments?
  3. Air Thru Mag - autococker

    15 January 2010 - 10:03 PM

    Might be an odd question, but is there any air thru mag that would fit on an Autococker?
  4. Dakota Gloves

    03 January 2010 - 07:23 PM

    I just ordered in some Dakota gloves in camo. Anyone use something like these? They're listed as a "utility glove" but they're basically the same look as mechanics gloves. I liked the grippy bits on the palm and thumb joint, along with the thin-ness (for dexterity) along with the rubber padding on the backside.
  5. Right barrel for the marker

    29 December 2009 - 06:47 PM

    Newb question alert

    I have an autococker and I'm looking for a bit of a more accurate barrel (under 12") with a slight milsim look. I've looked at a few different brands, etc but I still don't really know what I'm looking for. I'm looking for something in the $50 range if possible, however I'm willing to spring for an adapter if necessary.
    Attached File  photo_2_.jpg (144.56K)
    Number of downloads: 12

    Little help?

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