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Giveaway – Make Ready with Travis Haley: Adaptive Carbine

Panteao Productions has been kind enough to give us a copy of “Make Ready with Travis Haley: Adaptive Carbine” as a giveaway to one of our readers. Travis Haley is well known to SSD readers and currently serves as the President of Haley Strategic Partners.

Winner Selected! Congrats DK!

To win is simple:
-In the comments section of THIS thread on SSD tell us your must have weapon accessory
-Use a valid email address to enter
-Winner will be chosen by random drawing at 1200 GMT on Monday, 1 August, 2001
-Void where prohibited

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157 Responses to “Giveaway – Make Ready with Travis Haley: Adaptive Carbine”

  1. Mat says:

    LBT sling my sister got me for my birthday

  2. jjonesn says:

    Bad lever. Badger ambi charging handle. Magpul Afg. Good stuff.

  3. Travis Mcdowell says:

    None. I run an M4 clean and hassle free. Gun, optic, mag and sling. Accessory free and nothing to fail, other than the operator.

  4. Ken says:

    Huskey Amentum Slider Sling… or the EOTech EXPS3-0. It is a tie.

  5. Dan Shea says:

    An RDS of some form is my #1. #2 is a BCM Gunfighter charging handle. That is all that I really “require.”

  6. Dustin Martin says:

    Blackhawk Xiphos… have a pistol for defense is pointless if you cant see the guy who broke into your house. And the strobe does a nice job of blinding someone with night adapted vision.
    And I can still use the Serpa platform holster.

  7. Zane says:

    JP handguard

  8. L4H says:

    Toss up between the RRA Star Ambi-safety and my Hogue grip. One makes life easy; the other makes life happy.

  9. Eric says:

    Magpul AFG -love that thing.

  10. Adam McFarland says:

    Every weapon MUST have a white light before anything else. It is a vital necessity these days. Everything else comes later. Need I even say SUREFIRE?

  11. JSGlock34 says:

    Aimpoint Micro T1 in Larue Tactical 660 mount.

  12. Kingston says:

    M620c Surefire Scout light w/ throw lever on a off set mount…

  13. grey ghost says:

    I currently run an LWRC M6 piston rifle with Eotech and 3x Magnifier. I recently aquired a PVS-14 nigh vision unit and the most sought after production I could think to add to my rifle would be a DBAL-1 or a model very close to it.

    This would allow me to use my rifle in tandem with the PVS-14 in the the most simple manner.

  14. Bob says:

    Magpul BAD lever. IMHO, the best accessory for the money that is out there right now.

  15. Scott taylor says:

    Back up iron sites, it doesnt really matter to me the brand but they are a must. Never know when ones scope will go down and have to go to iron sites; Might as well use your firearm as a club if you cant put your rounds on target.

  16. CapnTroy says:

    Aimpoint T-1

  17. CurtM says:

    BAD ambi selector, Badger Ambi Charging handle, AFG2

  18. George says:

    Surefire Scout Light.

  19. Ralph Mohty says:

    Surefire X300

  20. Tim L. says:

    To me it all starts at the grip. I’ve been using the Ergo Suregrip for years now. I’ve tried others but always ended up going back to the Ergo.

  21. Michael Brady says:

    Surfire for me

  22. Joe M. says:

    I am just an accessory to my rifle

  23. Res says:

    Surefire E1L in a S&S IFM mount.
    Blue Force Gear VCAS.
    Aimpoint Micro T1, as low as possible.

  24. Phillip says:

    Magpul’s BAD Lever. Reloading and malfunction clearance are the two things that will slow down any shooter, especially when adrenaline is pumping. This speeds up both.

  25. trailmix says:

    magnified optic – i’m blind as a frakkin’ bat.

  26. Marshall says:

    Eotech and Magpul B.A.D. Lever and KAC ambi selector.

  27. BW says:

    Tango Down Stubby QD forearm grip perfect size and weight.

  28. jumpthestack says:

    Surefire X300 mounted at 12 o’clock on an AR.

  29. Daniel says:

    Assuming you have sights and full mags, a light. My choice would be the X300. Everything else is secondary… even a sling. Anyone whos been through ranger school knows operating without a sling is doable.

  30. Steve Westfall says:

    If starting from a base platform rifle that functions as it should, the first thing that I add to one is a light. I can hug a weapon to retain it, wrap tape around the grip to “fit” me, choke up on the stock in close quarters, and use a simple front mag well grip, but I cannot produce illumination.

  31. Nicholas says:

    I’m pretty happy with a real simple lightweight shorty and mini scout light, I’d weigh it down with a Glare MOUT in a second if I could get my hands on one though.

  32. Brian says:

    A rock solid Optic

  33. Craig says:

    While the BAD levers and ambi selectors are nice, a good sling is the most important add on.

  34. Jason S says:

    I love a Surefire muzzle brake with a Micro suppresor. They make the easy shooting 5.56 even easier to keep on target which makes it even more effective.

  35. Brendan says:

    My safety…

    No but seriously, my Surefire would be the last thing I take off my rifle.

  36. Paul Garcia says:

    my fav piece of kit is the First Light TCCC light It is not attached but its a solid light.

  37. Min says:

    Magpul AFG. Much more responsive than a VFG or bare forearm.

  38. Mike Kotowski says:

    Well this is a doozy. For me the absolute must have is a Surefire light of some sort. Scout light at a minimum but I prefer to sacrifice the weight for lots of light output.

  39. Shane says:

    Magpul AFG

  40. Adrian says:

    SureFire 6PX Pro with LT606 QD Mount, and a vertical fore grip. I switch between the AFG and Larues stubby grip

  41. Brian says:

    Tactical Assault Gear Quick adjust 2 point sling

  42. Easton says:

    Surefire X300, BCM Gunfighter and BAD Lever, in that order.

  43. Eric says:

    Iron sights…the art of iron sights seems to be getting ignored in favor of everyone going straight to optics. It’s just the fundamentals of marksmanship. After that I’d go for my magpul CTR stock. That thing helps immensely when I’m wearing my plate carrier to keep the buttstock in place during reflexive/rapid fire exercises(tho it’s entirely due to the rubber pad which is available on any number of aftermarket stocks).

  44. justin says:

    Aimpoint T-1.

  45. Jordan says:

    Magpul B.A.D. lever for sure. Quick reloads are a matter of life and death….

  46. justin moore says:

    Centurion arms rail system

  47. Adam B says:

    Sling (I use an MS2, but use your preference) is my most important. I can shoot with irons, I can reload quickly without the BAD lever, and can use standard grips and stocks. However, without a sling, you can’t transition to a sidearm, you can’t go hands on without leaving your carbine, etc.

  48. William Shao says:

    AAC 300-SD

  49. Greg Latosynski says:

    Trijicon TA31