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Old 03-15-2008, 04:02 PM   #11 (permalink)
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With a long RT setup there is no problem with the line being in the way you just end it on the trigger guard and then the whole foregrip area is clear.

With an AM/MM length setup you have a few options but one of them is to just grip the macro line right along with the foregrip, since its not nearly as easy to keep the line out of the way.

But im sure you know that going home. I just dont like having so many fittings.
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With a long RT setup there is no problem with the line being in the way you just end it on the trigger guard and then the whole foregrip area is clear.

With an AM/MM length setup you have a few options but one of them is to just grip the macro line right along with the foregrip, since its not nearly as easy to keep the line out of the way.

But im sure you know that going home. I just dont like having so many fittings.
Yeah its just personal preference like Simon said.
I dont mind the fittings. If the markers a keeper I get the colored ones.





They blend in pretty well.

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