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What do you keep in your "stock pack"?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by streetstang67, Aug 5, 2007.

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  1. streetstang67

    streetstang67 Member

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    I see a ton of rifles with a stock pack on them, but I can't imagine what I would put in it...What do yal put in it?

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  2. .45Guy

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    Two GI 15 roung mags...:D
     
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    While I have seen butt cuffs, this is the first time that I have seen this style of stock pack.

    I would think that basic first aid supplies, or some basic survival stuff (matches, compass, whistle, etc.), or a set of ear plugs, or even some snack food would all be good uses for this type of pack.
     
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    Cleaning kit, sub caliber adapter, batteries for red dot optics, lens paper, any tools that may be needed to take down the weapon, spare parts, small swiss army knife, fire starter, etc.
     
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    I wished they made one of these for choate ultimate varmint stock.
    Seeing how they dont, I use a hunters fanny pack.

    Jim :(
     
  7. streetstang67

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    Whats that?
     
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    How accurate are the sub caliber adapters? Seems like they'd have reduced accuracy to me.

    Edit. I wasn't paying attention, you shoot cartridges of the same caliber.
    Doesn't seem to be worth it to me.
     
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    if youre somewhere and cant get 30.06 ammo, but there is a lot of 32acp your in like Flynt

    seriously, id like to get all five for the '06 at some point. just in case
     
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    wouldn't the rimfire rounds need to be offset?

    sorry for the thread hijack.
     
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    I keep a .22lr/.223 adapter with my "go to" ar-15. It uses a plate over the base of the cartridge so the centerfire impact makes a dent in the rim. It is not terribly accurate, but 100 rounds of .22lr weighs next to nothing and is the most widely available ammo... not to mention quiet. Just know where the point of impact is compared to your normal zero and it could come in very handy during a bad day.
     
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