This is a snippet from an explanation from our low light training event this past weekend.
Placement of gear is important. Listen in as I explain placement considerations for a rifle mounted flashlight.
In this video, I discuss setting the proper length for a two-point sling on a patrol style AR.
1. How you mount the sling can help make the rifle more manageable. The rear attachment point should be on the outside of the rifle. The front attachment point should be just ahead of where you place your support hand, mounted on the inside of the rifle.
2. The proper length of the sling will allow you to punch out from the high-ready position with a couple inches to spare. For more on the high ready position check out this video on the blog.
Members of the FSW University can check out the rest of the sling videos here.
In today's Tactical Tip, Rich discusses when to zero your rifle to either 100 meters or 100 yards.
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In this video I explain how I set up my rifle for home defense and the reasoning behind it.