Quick, easy field stripping for cleaning is, as it has always been, one of my top demands of a firearm I am considering buying. Guns need to be cleaned after they are fired, and guns that are easy and quick to field strip are much less of a pain in the tail to clean. Therefore, I am far more likely to choose that gun to shoot than I am one that is a pain to tear down.
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Designed by Matthew Lerch and equipped with Ken Onion's Field Strip Technology, the knife can be quickly disassembled and cleaned in the field. This rugged folder features a black finished blade with a flipper opener and generous jimping for increased control. Its handle is made from textured glass-reinforced nylon for a secure grip in all conditions.
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Any time you are doing more than plinking tin cans at the range you are going to need your hands for other things while carrying your rifle. A sling just makes sense. Think of it as the holster for your rifle.