DeKalb, Illinois – -(Ammoland.com)- Reed and J.W. Ramp are back for the next episode of the AR-15 Podcast. Episode 146 of the show is a discussion of discrete carry for your AR style rifle.
The first question is why to conceal. What are the reasons and environments where rifle concealment is preferred? Perhaps you are sensitive to political sensitivities, or perhaps you seek to avoid theft, or maybe you just want to be left alone or wish to avoid SWAT’ing. Whatever the case, there are options.
One of the primary questions is how you plan to carry. Will you carry the rifle broken down or fully assembled? The second question is whether you plan to be low profile or if you plan to flat out deceive would-be thieves or nosey individuals? Check out the show notes for several fantastic options for some discreet carry. The guys came up with items that range from benign and nondescript, to athletic bag trickery.
Other concerns covered are potential reasons for car carry for a rifle, traveling to less than friendly state concerns, and accessibility.
If there’s something you’d like to hear more about, write in with show topic suggestions.
Check out the show notes for links on all products and information in the show. Listen to the entire episode at www.ar15podcast.com/146/ for the tip of the week and as always listener feedback. The hosts at the AR-15 Podcast, want to hear what you, the listener, think so be sure to tune in and let us know what you’d like to hear, what we’re doing right, and how we can improve!
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The AR-15 Podcast is the show about your favorite black rifle. Whether you're building your first AR or you’ve been building ARs for years. There is something we can all do to take our black rifle to the next level. The episodes range from AR construction and reloading, to interviews and accessories. The AR-15 Podcast is found on the Firearms Radio Network and releases every Saturday at 4:00 am central time. Subscribe to the show via AR-15 Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher Radio or www.ar15podcast.com.
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