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– What’s up guys?

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It’s Jeremy with Shooters Source.

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I wanted to talk to you about
my Tactical Games rifle.

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(gun shooting)

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(rock music)

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(gun shooting)

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Let’s start at the tip here.

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I am running a four-pronged flash hider.

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You can run a A2 flash
hider, a stretched A2,

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a suppressor, three- or four-pronged.

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I just chose the four-pronged.

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I had one layin’ around,
I threw it on there.

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It’s good to go.

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Moving back, I’ve just
got a 16-inch barrel,

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and this thing, a hand
guard going over it,

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whatever fits you.
There’s no right or wrong,

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long as it’s quality part.

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And then with the new 2020 rules,

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I threw a scope on here.

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I’ve been testing it out,

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have not had a problem without relief.

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this is the Vortex 1-4 PST.

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It’s one of their older scopes that I had,

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and it’s pretty lightweight.

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It did not add…

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I think, when I weighed
it, it added six ounces,

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the scope and the mount,

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compared to the previous
red dot I had on this rifle.

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This rifle I’ve had for a while.

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I had it for some other reasons,

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and I’ve reconfigured it to fit.

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I didn’t want to go out and
buy a new rifle just for this,

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but you can easily just reconfigure it.

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So I threw the scope on there,

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tried it out.

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So far, so good.

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The practice sessions I’ve had with it,

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with the heart rate high
and stuff like that.

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I haven’t noticed any
issues for me, personally.

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I’m pretty good about mounting the gun

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and getting my cheek in the right place,

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very consistent at that.

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On the scope covers,

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because we will be dragging these, dirt,

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thrashin’ the hell out of it.

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I just simply put…

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I don’t know if you can see it.

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I put some zip ties here and here

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on the bungee of the scope covers,

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so when I do need to shoot
I just pull them off,

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but they stay in place,

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and if I go on a long run,

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if it’s raining, whatever it is,

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I’m kind of able to protect that

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and still have a good sight picture

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when it’s time to shoot again.

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Now one thing I need to
add before the next event

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is part of the new 2020 rules.

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If you’re running a magnified optic,

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you have to have off-set iron sights.

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So I’ve got some of those on order.

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They’ll be in soon, and
I’ll get those put on.

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Right now I still got the traditional ones

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that just go at twelve o’clock,

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but off-set irons are
gonna be a requirement

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if you’re running a scope.

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Moving back, it’s pretty much figuring out

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which trigger, which grip.

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If you’re building yours…

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This one is a Frankenstein
that I built, like I said.

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It’s just finding something reliable.

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To the stock. If you notice,
I got a fixed stock on it.

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Like I said, you’re gonna be

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abusin’ these rifles pretty good during

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the course of the event.

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It’s not an intentional abuse,
but when you’re competing,

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you’re trying to save sackage,

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you’re not necessarily
being gentle on them,

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or I’m not, anyway,

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and so there was no reason for me to have

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a collapsible stock.

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That was one more moving part
that could potentially fail.

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The likelihood of a good-quality
adjustable stock failing

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is slim to none.

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I think it’s probably more in the head,

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to be completely honest,
but why chance it?

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So I like, even when I do
have to run classical stocks,

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I run them all the way out,

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and on the few guns that have them,

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I do it because I need it to

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fit in a gun bag or fit in a
strategic spot in my vehicle,

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something like that.

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That’s a good reason to run one.

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For this, being a Tactical Games rifle,

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I didn’t have a reason
to run a collapsible,

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so I just went with a fixed stock.

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That’s it, guys.

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That’s a 5-5-6 platform,

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and the key thing is a good quality rifle.

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It does not have to be anything fancy.

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You want something that’s
robust, that’s gonna run.

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So check it out, play
around, see what you think,

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and if you got any
questions, shoot me an email.

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Shoot@shooterssource.com.

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Be happy to answer all your questions.

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For a complete list of the rules,

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you can go to the Tactical Games website

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and they will break down

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everything you can and
cannot do on a rifle.

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I just wanted to give a
good oversight of, kind of,

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what I’m running and what
I’m experimenting with,

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and hopefully it’ll answer
some of your questions.

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Appreciate you guys for watching.

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