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What we've all been waiting for

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Jubjub, Jul 16, 2009.

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  1. Jubjub

    Jubjub Member

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    Apparently the guys at Badger Ordnance had some time on their hands. The ultimate tacticool accessory.
     
  2. H2O MAN

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    I like the drink holder ;)
     
  3. taliv

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    aka Tactical Beverage Retainer

    maybe they can do a pez dispenser next?
     
  4. SoCalShooter

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    That's for me to know and not you!
    Where can I get one.
     
  5. raskolnikov_22

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    Is that a rifle or a miniature replica of the Hubble telescope?
     
  6. MCMXI

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    Seriously though ... great action, stock, scope (main), angle indicator, scope rings, scope base and bipod ... the cup holder ... not so much!!

    The unit mounted in front of the Leupold must be a NV variant but what about the scope off axis ... is that some form of CQB optic?

    :)
     
  7. SoCalShooter

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    NO its a surefire 6p light.
     
  8. MCMXI

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    With a flip-up lens cover!! HA!! So what's the range off that flashlight? Seems kind of ridiculous to mount a flashlight on a long-range rifle.

    No wonder Martin Bordson was over in England a few months ago when I was trying to get some clarification on BO's new M16 extractor kit ... I bet he was visiting the good folks at Accuracy International trying to figure out how much stuff he could attach to an AICS.

    :)
     
  9. Uncle Mike

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    No good... no muzzle brake or flash hider. Needs more picatinny rails also.

    Camo...gots to be camod! hehehe
     
  10. MCMXI

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    Badger Ordnance has a picatinny rail setup for the AICS if you need that sort of thing .... :D

    Badger Ordnance IMUNS, Integrated Mount Universal Night Sight.
    Installs into any Accuracy International Chassis, replaces current Bipod mount and allows the mounting of any A/N PVS-22 type night vision optic. Side rail allows the mounting of a laser aiming device. Installation required, no permanent modification required. Weight: 12 oz. P/N 310-10.


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    Interesting, but not really on my list of required accessories for my two AICS rifles.

    :)
     
  11. DRYHUMOR

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    Tacticool.
     
  12. CoRoMo

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    No combat straw?

    It only lacks a rail-mounted i-Pod.
     
  13. Fumbler

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    Where's the sling?
    Gotta have a sling...
     
  14. benEzra

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    A 6P should allow you to ID/shoot out to 100 yards or so, as long as you haven't just stepped out of a brightly lit room or something. I have a Surefire G3 LED that is comparably bright, and you can see a LONG way with it if the air is reasonably clear. No, you won't be making any 600-yard shots with the light, but I don't think that's really the point. Lighting up a target at 50 to 100 yards is probably the intended use.

    The only problem with the tactical beverage holder is that you have to use the special carbon fiber tactical soda cans with the Blackhawk!! XTreme! Anti-Splash Valve!, and those are pricey. But the coolness is worth it.
     
  15. Dr.Rob

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    Sling? It needs a pintle mount with all that stuff on it!
     
  16. lefteyedom

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    The effective range is only limited by your credit limit/.
     
  17. 22-rimfire

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    I'd rather have 3 or 4 22 rifles for the price.
     
  18. Nugilum

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    Oh I got to have one of the "Tactical Rain Grenade" holder! :p
     
  19. kis2

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    is there a rifle in that picture? i must be the less is more kind of guy.... except when it comes to cupholders, i'm getting one!
     
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    Needs a can of tactical bacon duct taped to the side of the stock for a cheek pad
     
  21. bearmgc

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    But does it make coffee.....?
     
  22. kmrcstintn

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    for those folks who can't decide whether to drink beer or blast prarie dogs :evil:
     
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    A bit excessive but the cupholder would be an interesting option with a long enough straw, lol.
    Definitely way too much stuff for my tastes.
     
  24. Eightball

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    That's a really strange looking fridge; I mean, it's got a day light, night light for emergency low-light food scenarios, a cooker on the front end, it's already got a drink, it has an ergonomic handle....
     
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