AR-15 Furniture with Navy SEALs “Coch” and also Dorr

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16 thoughts on “AR-15 Furniture with Navy SEALs “Coch” and also Dorr”

  1. I still recall how when Soviet Bloc countries used a vertical fore grip Americans especially the military could not stop laughing now the AR platform has become an AK clone and all the Web gear is copied off communist designs. COCHY is old enough to vouch for it.

  2. You don’t mention that the -A1 triangular handguards were designed to fit any hand by sliding up or down to find the “sweet spot”. They did chip easily, but were sturdy enough from a functional standpoint. We would tape them up to prevent rattling and they did make noise it you slapped it against a branch, for example, but I prefer them on the whole.

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