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    Thanks Saw, but my plan is to stage it in a gym bag with a few battered racquet handles sticking out. That will make carrying the gun and a few extra mags low key.

    It should pass a quick inspection/view, and discourage any intruders that may get into the SUV from exploring if in a rush. It will leave the car every day when the days travels are done and that should lower any risk on discovery/theft. I would never leave a firearm in a car overnight, just not my way.

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    I use my 8.5" 6.8 pistol build in a tennis bag made for guns
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    Great idea Ray.
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    Update on this. I think it is set up as it will remain and I hope to take it to the range this holiday weekend to finish sight-in. I went with the low mount for the Holosun, deciding I did not like the difficulty in establishing a good cheek weld on the stock with it on the high mount. Irons will remain for now, and be available should the Holosun ever fail and has to be removed. I added a sling using the Kel-Tech sling kit and mounted the Harris bipod. Was not sure I would until recently and dealt with the lack of hand comfort with it mounted by mounting a vertical fore grip.

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    It will still fold enough to lay on a large gym bag with room for a few mags of ammo and reloads in a bandoleer.
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    Took it to the range and fine tuned the red dot. I fired about 120 rounds with no issues. Did not measure groups, but if I was steady enough it would put two touching and the third slight out. Maybe barrel heating, but more than adequate for my needs. Have not cleaned the gun and will run it some more next range trip and do a 25 meter zero to set it up for regular use.
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    6.8 SPCII Hog Slayer FrankT's Avatar
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    how was it w the bump stock?
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    No bump stock on it Frank, the stock is cut to allow folding it.
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    Would imagine when it becomes your truck gun you may lose the bi-pod and vfg if you planned on storing it folded?

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    The VFG has to come off to get it into a gym bag, but the bi-pod is ok. VFG reattaches easily without tools, and is a convenience same as the bi-pod. I could do without either, but like both. LOL
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