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Old 12-01-2012, 11:39 PM   #41
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Authentic hk drum sights for my m&p 15-22, wanted to try something different.

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Old 12-02-2012, 10:09 AM   #42
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Knowing HK, those cost more than the whole gun haha
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Old 12-02-2012, 10:11 AM   #43
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Knowing HK, those cost more than the whole gun haha
Haha got a great deal on them $130 shipped for whole assembly

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Old 12-02-2012, 11:58 AM   #44
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Old 12-02-2012, 11:58 AM   #45
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That's not bad...they look sweet
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Old 12-03-2012, 03:04 PM   #46
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Now to find a good deal on a mount...
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Old 12-03-2012, 03:27 PM   #47
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Now to find a good deal on a mount...
Nice!
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^^nice pick up. Soon everyone here will be running a nikon m223 scope of some sort and BCM grips and geissele triggers ha.

Are you looking at QD mounts or no? Never go wrong with Larue just cost almost as much as the scope ha. American Defense has a good rep as well.
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Old 12-03-2012, 04:23 PM   #49
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I found it on the ARF EE. I started checking it about a month ago, and it's the greatest thing ever.

I'm not sure what mount I'm going with yet. It's going on a dedicated upper, so I don't feel the need for a QD mount.
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I found it on the ARF EE. I started checking it about a month ago, and it's the greatest thing ever.

I'm not sure what mount I'm going with yet. It's going on a dedicated upper, so I don't feel the need for a QD mount.
When I was looking at mounts for my m223 a lot of people were running this:

http://swfa.com/Burris-AR-PEPR-1-Sco...nt-P12624.aspx

It seems to get good reviews and isn't a QD mount but it's pretty cheap about $70 vs $200 for a Larue and I think american defense is about $150ish(haven't checked lately).

Haha the EE is the only thing I read on arfcom, but ive gotten some hell of good deals and have sold some stuff extremely quickly there. the lightfighter swap meet sometimes has amazing deals..i got my Larue FUG that is like new for essentially $50.
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Old 12-05-2012, 12:51 AM   #51
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I recently decided I'd like a small first aid kit to drop into my school bag or vehicle, or my weekend bag if I go on a trip. nothing fancy, just some stuff I've ran into wanting many times and didn't have it, and some true emergency type stuff.
I started off with an Adventure Medical Kits First Aid 1.0 mini First aid kit, and added my own choiced while leaving out some duplicates and the larger gauze pads, and put it into a Maxpedition 3x5" pouch. I'm kind of amazed at how much fit into this little pack!

This kit will eventually be supplemented with a much more comprehensive kit to keep in my car at all times.

Contents:

Medications and such:
6 antiseptic wipes
3 afterbite wipes
2 3x Antibiotic packets
2 Ibuprofen packets, (two 200 mg tablets each)
1 antihistamine packet (25 mg each)
1 acetaminophen packet (pain relief/fever reducer: 500 mg each)
1 mini tube of hand lotion


Bandages:

2 2x2" gauze pads
1 Moleskin Blister relief bandage
12 1x3" bandages
5 Butterfly closure bandages
2 knuckle/fingertip bandages
10 yds 1/2" tape
1 2" elastic bandage roll

Tools:
Buck knife, small fixed blade, nice n' sharp
Nail clippers (useful for removing damaged skin sometimes too)
tweezers, good ones
Slim rescue whistle
small liquid filled compass (currently reading backwards because the buck knife and nail clippers are apparently magnetic)
Gerber Clutch mini multi-tool.

Future additions: ( next few days)
small single use eyedrops ( I have dry eye problems. also useful for getting debris out0
small mirror (help find the debris in your eyes, or treat face injury)
Q-tips?
razor Blade?


And now how it goes together:

started with this


Picked out this and added my choices


bandages get sealed into ziplock bags


Front pocket has some survival and medication tips and the whistle


the front zippered pocket keeps the multi-tool, clippers, tweezers and compass in order


inside the back pocket holds the antiseptics, afterbite, and AAA ointment


the inner front pocket holds the meds


the rest goes into the middle in a very tight specific order


Hand lotion tops it off


and in comparison to a pop bottle cap, to show the size:



I've always liked useful and compact things, so this goes along with that.
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That pouch is a fantastic idea! It would also make a good pouch for a mini survival kit. I am going to have to do that and stick both in my car.
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Great kit. I've been looking for something to put together for my range bag beyond the current cheapo kit. I will look into some of those items.
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thanks everyone! I already added :
4 q-tips, useful for things beyond cleaning out your ears, like getting a rust or other particle off of your eyeball / inner eyelid (moisten first)
2 razor blades
2 single use eyedrops
and when I dig it out of my trunk tool kit I'll have a 1.5" square mirror

also toying around with weaving enough paracord through the MOLLE webbing on the back to make a makeshift arm sling or whatever else.
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thanks everyone! I already added :
4 q-tips, useful for things beyond cleaning out your ears, like getting a rust or other particle off of your eyeball / inner eyelid (moisten first)
2 razor blades
2 single use eyedrops
and when I dig it out of my trunk tool kit I'll have a 1.5" square mirror

also toying around with weaving enough paracord through the MOLLE webbing on the back to make a makeshift arm sling or whatever else.
You may want to think about adding some quikclot.
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When I was looking at mounts for my m223 a lot of people were running this:

http://swfa.com/Burris-AR-PEPR-1-Sco...nt-P12624.aspx

It seems to get good reviews and isn't a QD mount but it's pretty cheap about $70 vs $200 for a Larue and I think american defense is about $150ish(haven't checked lately).

Haha the EE is the only thing I read on arfcom, but ive gotten some hell of good deals and have sold some stuff extremely quickly there. the lightfighter swap meet sometimes has amazing deals..i got my Larue FUG that is like new for essentially $50.
Just picked up a LarRue LT139 for $150 shipped.
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You may want to think about adding some quikclot.
if it will fit. but thanks, I posted here hoping for a few suggestions.
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That little kit is a fantastic idea.....thanks for posting up!
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Just picked up a LarRue LT139 for $150 shipped.
Dang! You did way better than I did!
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