Ok darn it I wish I had thought to use the Bike tube on the for arm. Mind if I borrow it? I have an idea for its use....Roger3 said:Its a flashlight.
Here is another picture with the flashlight removed.
And the laser remote switch is being held on with a piece of bike tire inner tube. Its black, but the picture makes it look reflective.
I was referring to the roughly $100 M3 (like I said, I have a half-dozen of them rotating among my weapons), not the M6 (I don't have any of those yet). And I meant affordable in the sense that it is less expensive than many of the comparable SureFire offerings (I have dedicated SureFire forearms on some of my tactical shotguns, but I find the M3s work just fine for me on handguns & rifles).entropy said:...Hardshell, an M6 affordable? They cost as much as the SUB2K! If you're playing in that leaugue, why not just get a 9mm AR and be done with it!? :wink: That said, I like the M6's a lot, just can't afford one yet! (Spending all my money on 9mm and 7.62x54R ammo!) :lol:
No Problem.Ok darn it I wish I had thought to use the Bike tube on the for arm. Mind if I borrow it?
Its a Streamlight AR-15 tactical mount ($14). No tapping. I only had to drill 2 holes in the plastic forearm. The screws attatch to a small treaded alluminum plate inside the forearm.What mount is that on the side for the flashlight, and how does it attach?(Obviously screws in, but drill and tap, or what?)
That's the same set-up I used on the SUB pictured above. It works fine, but I'm looking forward to trying out the factory mount.Roger3 said:Its a Streamlight AR-15 tactical mount ($14). No tapping. I only had to drill 2 holes in the plastic forearm. The screws attatch to a small treaded alluminum plate inside the forearm.
I had a problem ordering some tactical pants (FBI 5.11's) from them 2 years ago. They were out of stock and didn't tell me for over a month, had to get them somewhere else.Beware of ordering anything from Botach...