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Discussion in 'Articles & How-Tos' started by TX69, Apr 16, 2013.
Just curious about in what scenario would you need to disguise you AR in this manner?
I guess if you wanted to walk a country road with your son as he works on his Eagle Scout requirements and did not want to be confronted by police on a MWAG call.
So far no one has given it a second glance. I am looking for a longer and bigger chair bag to put a rifle length AR in.
I use a guitar case for mine. The soft cases with padding aren't too expensive, and the better ones have zippered storage pockets. There's plenty of room for even the most dressed-up rifle that won't fit in a regular case. I don't use it for stealth, I just have several lying around and figured that was the easiest solution.
It may just be the fuzzy pic but it looks like the rear site is on backwards
Looks like a gas block with a built-in flip up.
I would agree that's why I said rear site
LOL, read it wrong, sorry.
Getting in and out of your house without letting your neighbors know it is a rifle. Down at my parents we think there is a neigbor's son who is a rat and scopes the comings and going of the rest of the neighbors in the area. He tells his buddies in crime and they put the house on the list to hit.
Rifles cases are very recognizable. If there is a rifle in the house, there may be other nice gun related items, even more guns inside that would make a nice score.