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Old 10-22-2012, 09:50   #113
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Originally Posted by M&P15T View Post

Cheek weld means nothing for using an RDS at close ranges for HD/SD, where speed is king. So, don't bother wasting time and money with irons, focus on training with the RDS you would actually use.

Hell, the uber competetive AR gaming shooters don't even seem to use any cheek weld at all.
What experience brings you to this conclusion?

Originally Posted by M&P15T View Post

This isn't combat.

At worst we're talking about HD/SD, where a very babied, safe queen of an AR will be used. No need to worry about RDSs failing.
Did he say combat or tactical situation?

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