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    Quickest way to save mags during quick changes is to drop them down your shirt front. Make sure the shirt is tucked in or inside your harness belt; no untidy dressing on the battlefield, please.

    Been doing this for years with pistol mags during "shoot and scoot" or even basic "service match" comps. Failing that, there is a LOT to be said for shiny, stainless steel mags with fluoro bumpers on the range.

    Post match brass recovery looks like a lot of oddly-feathered chickens pecking at the ground. Not much of that to be seen on the two-way ranges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce_in_Oz View Post
    Quickest way to save mags during quick changes is to drop them down your shirt front.
    Now the guys use a drop bag on their leg, fastened to the belt and strapped to the leg(usually left). That's got an elastic opening and you just shove the mag inside.
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    Finally back together

    After two cleanings and two applications on RLO, the carbine is back together. I purchased a replacement bolt for the front band assembly to replace that bolt with the rectangle bolt head and nut, but is was obviously too short, so the original is back on.

    Next step is to clean up the 1911 also purchased with the carbine. The pair were carried by a friend's father-in-law during the war. He was a 1st Lt. with the 20th Armored Div. Was able to collect some information about him and his service so whenever the guns end up after I'm done with them, the history will continue.
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    Looks to have come out very nice.... Congrats !
    If mine I would list each and every part type and marking.

    Anyone remember where he could pull a Data sheet ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by painter777 View Post
    Anyone remember where he could pull a Data sheet ?
    No, can't remember but searched and found a link to the one that I've been using - hope it works! There's also a "fillable" one over on the CMPicon forum. - Bob

    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_Xz...mJm/edit?pli=1

    Looks like this one can be printed "blank" or filled in with the computer.
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    Data sheet can also be found here.



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