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04-02-2014 15:06:20

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awhile back I saw a way to stand a rifle against a wall with some sort of gizmo attached to the barrel to keep gun from falling over. I've been trying to locate said gizmo for last 30 min with no luck.

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04-03-2014 18:57:52

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 Re: ot (rifle ?) in reply to s19438, 04-02-2014 15:06:20  
OH? Are you celebrating the 35th anniversary of the start of the Falklands War? Forget the Velcro thing. You should be curled up on the parlor floor in your sleeping bag, with an FN L1A1. But first be sure it isn't loaded.. and leave the bayonet off too..

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04-04-2014 09:39:03

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 Re: ot (rifle ?) in reply to Tony in Mass., 04-03-2014 18:57:52  
one of the truly great rifles.

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04-04-2014 10:11:43

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 Re: ot (rifle ?) in reply to s19438, 04-04-2014 09:39:03  
I was kinda expecting someone to notice my math... 2014-1982= 32 years... 2 days... no one noticed.

All too young.. or are we already too old? Nice thing is Fergies and FAL's will get older, but never useless...
I have one heavy barrel with bipod made in Argentina, and a British inch pattern with plastic stock and optics, both from the 80's... that's the non snow tractors' winter replacements. Got to ward off cabin fever right??

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04-02-2014 15:30:39

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 Re: ot (rifle ?) in reply to s19438, 04-02-2014 15:06:20  
That is a square plastic piece with a chunk of velcro stuck to it. Place opposite end of velcro in gun locker under top shelf. Slide plastic piece down barrel.
Place gun in locker, Slide up to contact both velcro halves together inside gun locker


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