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@Metal 0-1 Why do NATO SOF mostly carry CQB weapons when they don't deliver much after 300-400 meters?
And does SSG have War Belts?
They do carry long guns. But you don't see their pictures out there in the wild. Most of their pictures available on internet are them in urban areas.

Only one war belt I saw was SSG-N guy using it.
 

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Sure, why not, am all ears...
Was just joking
Since you're in the Armed Forces, You must know which plate carriers are issued to SSG these days. Can you share some specific brand, model name, etc? Are the same Plate Carriers issued to all units or do they vary from unit to unit like Zarrar, Zilzaal, etc?
 

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@Metal 0-1 Is SSG currently using Block 1s? What will be the advantages of block II over the current SSG setup and will they be worth the price? I am not asking in a mean way, just asking for knowledge.
 

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The closed most ppl on this forum have come to actual combat is on a Playstation.
N u think that soldiers who have been continously at war for more than 20 yearz, both on our east n west flanks don't know f@$%k all or care about the equipment that they take into battles n whos effectiveness their lives depend on.

So ppl take a chill pill n relax, instead off slitting ur arms on the sound of the slightest drop of a hat.
 

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Firstly, there’s the way it’s mounted - the KAC M4 RAS uses the original delta ring and front handguard ring, meaning a shift in the rail system (from gripping, rests, barricades) is translated to the barrel, affecting accuracy. Systems like the DD RIS II use a barrel ring or other method at the receiver end which means the handguard does not contact the barrel further down, “free floating” the handguard and resulting in little to no accuracy shift.

Secondly, you have more rail space closer to the muzzle. This allows you to mount accessories not only in such a way that you’re afforded a better grip on the weapon, but also for weapon lights to be mounted so that they cause less shadow (barrel/muzzle blocking light beam and limiting FOV) as well as glare (light bouncing off the barrel/muzzle affecting vision and giving away position).

You don't necessarily have to get block IIs. You can get rail extensions, nice trigger and some good lot group.
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@Metal 0-1 Is SSG currently using Block 1s? What will be the advantages of block II over the current SSG setup and will they be worth the price? I am not asking in a mean way, just asking for knowledge.
 

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