Disguising your AR

Discussion in 'Articles & How-Tos' started by TX69, Apr 16, 2013.

  1. Mreed911

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    TheDan is safe, man-bun and all. :)

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  2. TheDan

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    The hippy camo works!
     
  3. This long lived thread makes me happy I don't have to hide my rifles.

    Carry my rifles proudly!

    Though I do have respect for those less geographically fortunate.
     
  4. Sigma6

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    APES.... def the APES :)
     
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  6. TX69

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    Nice looking UF ! Thing is with cases like that nobody would believe me. By looking at me you could easily tell that in no way do I play the violin and my cover would be blown. That's why I use the chair bag since I could easily resemble a lazy ass and need the chair so its good cover. Same goes for the tennis racket thing lol. I don't play tennis haha.

    I am thinking about stenciling something on the chair bags that says something to the affect of "Soccer Dad" or some other bullshit to throw off the mommys in the area.
     
  7. Bozz10mm

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    Folding chair bag. Great idea for the grand kids soccer games. Everybody has one. Wait. No.
     
  8. Very slightly off topic but I have a leather case that looks, to most, like a Sunday holy book.
    One on my P7s has lived in it for a decade.

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  9. I live on a country road in Indiana and I just walk up and down the road all the time with it slung over my back. No body acts like they even notice.

    I like the chair bag idea though for keeping on in the trunk of the car or moving it around in the city or such.
     

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