The Remington M870 I built and my
Western Field (store branded Mossberg 500) which we chopped to 18", and parked/cerakoted. Knoxx stock, Truglo front sight. Esstac side saddle(s) and a Blackhawk sling. Still need a Surefire forend…
Lately I’ve been incorporating a bit more movement into my range time. Here I’ve set up two pieces of steel at 40 yds with the goal of hitting each twice while standing and then repeating while kneeling. Just from watching, I can see that I lose speed due to scanning THROUGH my optic rather than lifting my head as well as my slow movement while I change positions. This is why we record video though, so NO RAGRETS! 😂
Running the Redback One Operator Readiness test in kit. Why? Because the drill was intended to be run in kit. Rocking one of our Ragnarok holsters which allows for very fast transitions and easy re-holstering. EssTac KYWI pouches on my belt providing fresh sources of freedom for my freedom sticks.
Received my LBT 6094A in MAS Grey today, to replace my 6094B Slick in Multicam. Fits my Large plates perfectly (despite it supposedly being sized for Medium plates), and the color’s awesome, slightly darker than it appears in the photos, and it matches my AR’s paintjob very nicely. The regular 6094 is a bit more comfortable than the Slick, since it’s got the extra padding on the shoulders and it’s hardly any heavier, but it is a little bulkier, though it’s still pretty low-profile if you set it up to be.
You can stow a full size handgun in the radio pouches if you so choose (pictured with my CZ P09 w/ TLR-1), and it’s got a built-in Kangaroo pouch up front that you can fit three mags in with one of LBT’s inserts. I’ve got just regular old issued double-mag pouches with Esstac KYWI inserts until I can decide on how I want to run my magazines.
First impressions are nothing but positive, I can’t wait to get out and get it dirty and sweaty and see if those great first impressions hold up.