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Old 06-09-2005, 06:17 PM
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Default Rifle Ballstock

This is a totally new idea. Anyone with an opinion is more than welcome to give it. The idea is at [url]www.darkhorse-acre.com[/url]. It's called the Rifle Ballstock.
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Old 06-14-2005, 03:19 AM
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this is not a new idea. tough it was a matter of time that someone gets a patent for it.
why haven't we seen thease?
lets think about it..

how the hell you'd suppose to crawl with that thing?
oh yea.. snap the ball out from the socket...
then you'd haveto shoot from straight after the crawling in the
mud? oh yea mount the ball back to the socket..
one action more..

i cant see the benefits in this at all.
and the advanced version? ir connection?
oh swell. more electronics = more lost reliability, hard to fix.

yes the gizmos are neat. untill they brakedown.

"land warrior" i can understand.. but that extra sholder?

nah..
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Old 07-28-2005, 01:01 PM
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yeah a normal butt and a sling will do for me
does with the SA80 for me aswell
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