Thursday, February 01, 2007

Boomsticks: The surgery was a success, and the patient is fine...

The Vltor CASV-EL went onto my 6.8 carbine all easy-peasy-like. Nice and light, non bulky, and every bit as rigid as I hoped for. Let the torture testing commence! :)

10 comments:

B&N said...

Tam,

So, where's the pic?

What a tease.

Jim said...

Yup. Gotta post pics lady.

I am new to the black rifle game and partially illiterate so pics go a long way!

Joe said...

Yea, hold out on the pictures - make everybody beg for them! :)

Joe R.

alpineman said...

Yep. Pics, please. Hey, I'm not too proud to beg...

shooter said...

just as I thought! All the bikini clad, gun toting hotties tease me with free-floating quad rail goodness.

This post is useless without pics young 'un!

Kristopher said...

It's good to know you prefer a rigid Vltor CASV-EL.

Tam said...

Note to self:

1) Get batteries for camera.

2) Avoid use of word "rigid" in forearm reviews.

Anonymous said...

Immediate personal observation - laughter is NOT the best medicine...

Anonymous said...

Tam, not meaning to beat a dead horse, but would you be willing to rehash the 6.5 vs 6.8 argument?

Kristopher said...

We should just drop this 6.8 vs. 6.5 nonsense, and rechamber everything in 7.62x45 czech.