AICS .223 Single Shot Bobsled

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AICS .223 Single Shot Bobsled by MrCetirizine Jun 12, 2016
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This is a bobsled that fits into AICS compatible .223 magazines and allows you to single feed cartridges off the top of the magazine.

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Have you drawn one up for the 7.62 AICS mags?

Nice! What happened to your T3 sled?

I made the T3 sled based on one made by a guy I met at a shooting competition who said I could copy it. It turned out, he'd copied it from someone else who sells them and had no right to give me permission to copy it.