Nearly everyone in the gun world has gone through some "cringe" builds. Maybe your plate carrier or belt kit was set 
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Nearly everyone in the gun world has gone through some "cringe" builds. Maybe your plate carrier or belt kit was set up in a funny way—thankfully, it's all part of the learning process. In our newest YouTube video, we cover the five most common mistakes new rifle owners fall into.

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Keep in mind, though, that some of these issues are still found on high-quality rifle setups too. While buying low-quality items can be a problem, we are more concerned about the design and layout of your rifle. Even high-dollar optics can be mounted incorrectly, so don't think cringe rifles are reserved for low-budget guns. Read a fuller discussion in our latest article:

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