Quick reloading drill video

| January 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

I’m super pumped about SHOT show, but here’s a little something to tide you over until I can start covering the event.

One of the drills we do in the basic rifle class is a 90-round (or 100-round, if you’re unfortunate enough to come to class with 20-round magazines) continuous fire drill. We move and shoot every two rounds, and are moving laterally with other students.

In this drill I reload my 7.5″ SBR AK-47 and then cover my partner, who is off-camera.

I’m using a Condor chest rig with two AK-47 magazine pouches, a PFAK and a Maxpedition dump pouch.

Magazines are US Palm polymer 30-round mags.

Aside from portability, one advantage to an SBR AK is that the balance of the weapon is changed so it is easier to hold it with one arm while pointing it downrange.

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