As images emerge out of Ukraine, we have continued to note the guns and gear used by civilians and military personnel. 
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As images emerge out of Ukraine, we have continued to note the guns and gear used by civilians and military personnel. Typically, we see AKMs of various kinds being used by Russian and Ukrainian forces, but when images of a Western rifle like the MCX surface, curiosity arises. This week we built out a clone of the MCX rifles used by Ukrainian special operations, with a video on said rifle and its capabilities.

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In addition to the video, we took the time to go over the details of this build. Why would someone choose a fixed magnifier over a flip to the side magnifier, and why choose one MCX stock over another? These are some questions we answer in the Loadout article.

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