Disguising your AR

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  1. Texanjoker

    Texanjoker Active Member

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    that does a pretty good job.
     


  2. okie556

    okie556 Well-Known

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    Now that makes sense! Thanks Shorts.
     
  3. TX69

    TX69 TGT Addict

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    They're on there correctly. The rifle is a Sabre M5 Carbine I bought the day after the Kenyan won his first seat. I named her "Sarah". The sights are YHM that came with the rifle.
     
  4. 556.45.12

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    This... I always load my guns up in the garage before opening the door for this reason...
    I bought a Wilson 3 racquet padded tennis racquet bag for my AR pistol. I keep a 20 in it and the sling attached, then also keep a cheap racquet that I bought, wrapped in a t-shirt that I also keep in the bag to give it more of a racquet shape. I can keep three 30 round mags in the outside pocket. Plus, the bag is red and black and has "Wilson" written across it in big letters - totally non-threatening. I don't ever use it, but I figure if I have to pose as a tennis player on PP job, I'll be ready.
     
  5. BIGPAPIGREG

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    GREAT IDEA brotha, thanks for sharing
     
  6. AKMike

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    Guitar case
     
  7. Greg_TX

    Greg_TX Well-Known

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    My neighbors all pretty keep to themselves and probably wouldn't notice, but if they saw me leaving with the guitar case, they'd probably say to themselves "Thank God he's going somewhere else to play that thing!" :p
     
  8. kabob

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    I was just about to ask, too. I have Troy Micro Battles on my AR and the rear flip-up is oriented to fold backwards, too.
     
  9. sonuvaTXgun

    sonuvaTXgun TGT Addict

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    Excellent idea. There's nothing suspicious about a folding chair bag. Only thing is that every time I see one now I'll think of an AR. Lol
     
  10. alexandernevermind

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    I disguise my AR as a turtle. Trust me, nobody ever thinks to question the turtles. ;)
     

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