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    Re: M1 Enbloc Manufacturer Markings

    Straight up competition use. It has no other function. Rapid fire strings require 10 shots down range with a mandatory reload. Standard capacity M1 enblocs of 8 rds require creative solutions. This being one. As well as single loading, many different ways to skin a cat

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    Re: M1 Enbloc Manufacturer Markings

    Quote Originally Posted by 6.5x68 View Post
    Straight up competition use. It has no other function. Rapid fire strings require 10 shots down range with a mandatory reload. Standard capacity M1 enblocs of 8 rds require creative solutions. This being one. As well as single loading, many different ways to skin a cat
    Yes indeed, that's why there are two round enblocs to complete the ten round string.
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    I've used the S.L.E.D. a lot when shooting from the bench for load testing.
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    Re: M1 Enbloc Manufacturer Markings

    When I competed with the Garand I loaded the 2 the hard way. Could not do it now but back then I was Ok with it.

    I did buy a 2 rd SLED and gave it a try. Turned out I needed a screwdriver to disengage the thing from the receiver.

    That cost me a DNF for a rapid prone stage in the first match I used the sled because I was not ready. So the SLED went into a box of "who needs it gear".
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