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Tyler Roberts (@gunconnoisseur) Instagram photos and videos
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The GoONs come alive after the sun goes down 👽 ... rocking my 12.2 @noveske_llc 300blk, on a black MC @ferroconcepts slingster, under a clear Kentucky sky. @pixels_and_bullets slaying those low light shots 📸 ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ I love night time shooting because of the social aspect it brings. When you’re out with the homies till the sun comes up you bring out the good times, talking, and good stories. There is a level of Instant respect when you know someone lives life behind that phosphor screen.
Out GoONin with the boys last night @pixels_and_bullets@louisph45 👽. Ran a couple awesome courses of fire. Spent the night running my 12.2 @noveske_llc 300blk and my CQBR block 2 shooting @tatargets . I also got to play with @pixels_and_bullets Gucci @knightarmco mod 2 11.5 😈. The mod 2 gas system is awesome. Sweet shooter. Here is a small mashup from the night 🤙🏼 🎥: @auroranightvision
More moving and shooting with the CQBR block 2 rocking a @ferroconcepts AOR1 slingster 😈. I like to use mostly A zone reduced size @tatargets steel to keep me honest. Shooting steel can make you lazy so the reduced size holds me to the accuracy standard I deem acceptable. Working targets 30-45yds. One tip When working barricades... if you go behind cover or concealment and you need to pop back out to engage a target try to come out from a different spot than before. This helps you not develop a pattern that is easily predictable 🤙🏼
NEW UPPER ALERT 🔥🔥 ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖I try and always give you the why behind what I do and the gear I run. I’m also a huge fan of dedicated platforms if financially available. I have had my @noveske_llc 12.2 300 blackout upper for a while now. This upper rocks an @eotech , laser, and light set up for NV and designed to run supersonic ammo. Supersonic ammo has more powder, travels faster, and therefore needs more barrel length to maximize powder burn. Supersonic 300blk typically achieves full powder burn in 12in of barrel. Past 12in you aren’t achieving much more velocity to warrant a longer platform. This is my hunting and 150 in gun. My new @knightarmco mod 2 9.5in 300blk will be my subsonic pdw. With a subsonic round you have a heavier Bullet traveling slower, meaning less powder in the casing. Therefor for subs you are achieving full powder burn in 8in or barrel. This means this 9.5 is perfect for a can and subs. Keeping a smaller package for a backpack, home, or vehicle this upper provides huge amounts of maneuverability while maximizing the round it is designed for. Science is cool and should be considered when setting up a platform🤙🏼🤙🏼 ... now I need a sr30 lower and optics to have the 9.5 upper dedicated full time to a full gun.
Running a modified @baersolutions drill (printed portrait mode for smaller boxes) with two different rifles both rocking @eotech ... one pass and one fail. Even though the fail would have been a pass on a normal size target this was the standard i was pushing and so it is a fail. One huge benefit of the eotech is the reticle. With a 50yd zero using the hash mark at the bottom of the ring I have exact 7 & 10yd holds. This removes guess work for drills like this 🤙🏼
Running the @noveske_llc FSB build 40yds in, on two @tatargets A-zone and one C-zone, while moving with a transition to my @mod1firearms 19x. Working on movement and angles. Transitions need some heavy work. One huge tip that improved my moving and shooting that @spartannc gave me about a year ago... don’t try and hold your dot / reticle on target while moving. Stay as steady as possible and time your shot when your dot is on target. This helps break down the mental barrier of movement and relaxes you. Helps a ton 🤙🏼
Always feels good to shake off the rust. Super slow here but this was cold after not having a good training day for a couple of months. Running my CQBR block 2 with a @ferroconcepts Slingster. Working transitions on 3 @tatargets at 30 yds with the targets 40yds in width from the first to the last target. This helps with long transitions and driving my head first and not getting into the sights. Placing targets over a wide area helps keep you accountable for peripheral vision. This video also shows a very important aspect of training ... where skills break down. All of your shooting skills are perishable, some degrade faster than others. Here you can see me go to my @mod1firearms 19x after I went dry in my rifle, however, I hesitated and there was a delay. It wasn’t a fluid fast movement. That is a prime example of my skills starting to degrade over the last couple of months of non stop travel.
A whole lot of tools in this photo ... each one is different for different purposes but all have similarities, as far as, optic position and set up. I try to keep my optics, pressure pads, and lasers in similar spots so transitioning between one gun to the next is smoother. Train with what you have and be familiar with your gear. the FBI clone is getting optics and a @surefire_llc shortly from @brownellsinc ... oh and some low key, normal everyday @ferroconcepts 😉
I’m really loving this @iwi.us Galil Ace 7.62x39 😈 good trigger for the platform, azing fit / finish, and built like a tank. The only thing I do not care for is the rear sight aperture is small for speed. I still young on the platform so trying to get some reps in before I modify the gun. Shooting @tatargets A zone steel at 20 yds transitioning to another A zone and one C zone at 30yds. Form 1 paperwork is getting submitted shortly 🔥.
@ferroconcepts Sling Flex 😈 ... All set up for different guns & attachment methods 🔥 With running several different size rifles I need flexibility in my slings. Hence why I have dedicated slings per gun. Test your gear and make sure it’s set up how you need it. This isn’t a one size fits all kind of game.