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>Hell, why stop there? Might as well throw on a few extra scopes of varying powers so you don’t even need to use any other gun! And what if the light goes out, better add a second just to be sure. I’d even suggest extending the foregrip so you can add a bipod and a grenade launcher too.
Now you’re just being stupid.
Backup irons make perfect sense and are extremely common. If your glass breaks, you now have no way to aim. Having backup sights is almost an absolute requirement if you’re using glass based optics. The angled sights could be considered unnecessary, but that’s up to personal opinion and how it’s being used.
Second light? You’re just being stupid.
Add a bipod or grenade launcher? You do realize that lots of servicemen have one of those.
> Can’t say I’ve seen too many private security contractors or policemen with this much shit on their rifles.
I’ve seen plenty of police rifles with more than this.
>No, I’m saying that the equipment used by the military has practical use
So there’s no practical use for backup irons, a foregrip, and a light? The only thing that is arguably unnecessary is the angled sights. But those are becoming more and more common because of how little weight they add and how useful they can be if you have zoomed optics.
That rifle is lighter than probably any full size AR15 our servicemen use.
The only magpul things on this rifle are the grip and possibly the backup sights. And possibly the grip.
So let’s backup and list out everything that’s on this rifle.
* Zoomed optics – perfectly reasonable. on most rifles.
* Backup irons – all but a requirement if you have glass optics
* Angled irons – very practical, but possibly not necessary, but a perfectly reasonable addition
* Tac light – very practical and perfectly reasonable
* Grip – very practical and perfectly reasonable. on most rifles.
* Extended magazine – very practical and perfectly reasonable
The only thing I may be able to give you is the angled sight. But not really.