One of my colleagues stopped by. She didn’t bring any of her own rifles, but we borrowed a couple from a mutual friend.
Start with a standard light-barreled Colt 16″ AR carbine.
Add a Trijicon RMR on a see-through mount. The sight is tiny, so the bore offset isn’t increased by much.
Add a Battlecomp muzzle brake/compensator to remove barrel climb on rapid fire.
Replace the M4 telestock with a sturdier Magpul CTR. Tatiana’s technique with the stock fully extended feels odd to me but seems to produce much better control of recoil.
The light is a Surefire model with 500 lumen main light and two little navigation lights with momentary pressure switches.
The soon to be riddled gentleman in the red shirt is from IDTS.