The shooting sticks in this article were made by Precision Tactical and can be purchased from their website for $79.99.
Precision Tactical also sells a set of their own, which comes with the same gun and is $249.99, but it has no grip on the weapon.
The Precision Tactical shooting sticks come in two models.
The “Ace” model is basically the same as the “Tripod” model, except it has a longer handle and a grip for the trigger and the barrel.
The two shooting sticks can be used with either of the two different barrel lengths.
The “A” version has a “tripod-style” grip with the trigger pulled back and the trigger button in the middle, and the slide is in the back of the stick.
The model “B” version, on the other hand, has a wider grip and a “stabilizer” grip.
The pistol grip is longer than the grip of the “A,” “B,” and “C” models.
It is also slightly shorter than the “C,” “D,” and the “E” models, but that is not the case with the “B.”
The shooting sticks also come in a wide variety of colors, but we are going to focus on the silver version, which has a matte black finish and the silver grips are matte black with no markings.
This is the silver pistol grip that comes with this pistol.
It comes with a black matte-black finish, and there are no markings on it.
The silver grip comes in three colors, black, grey, and orange.
The orange version of the grip comes with three color options: grey, black and orange, or white.
The grip on this pistol has a black and matte-bronze finish.
The orange grip comes out with a matte-green finish.
Here is the orange grip, with a red dot on the grip.
It looks very similar to the silver grip, but there is a red line on the orange side of the gun.
It has the same grip design as the one on the “P” model.
It also has the “D” grip, which is a very different design.
This grip has a grey grip, and a red-orange grip.
This gun has an orange grip with no marking.
It can be configured to be fired in either the semi-automatic or the fully automatic mode.
The two different grips are the same.
It came with a blue matte-red finish.
This model comes with one color, grey.
The same grip with two different colors.
The blue grip with one red dot.
This one has a green grip with a grey and red dot pattern.
The gun is compatible with both the 1911 and the M4-series of pistols, as well as the M16.
The 1911 has a grip with “pistol-style sights,” while the M416 has a thumb safety with a thumbhole.
The grips on the M40-series are not compatible with the M8-series.
The pistols have a very similar design to the “S” models from the 1911 series.
The red and black grips come with two colors: red and blue.
There are four different grip designs: red, blue, grey and orange with a little grey dot pattern on the top.
The one that comes in the orange and grey colors, with the orange on the back, and no markings, has the grip that is in black and grey.
It uses a black polymer frame and the thumb safety.
The shooter’s grip is on the left.
This hand grip is also black and white, but with a gray dot pattern that appears on the bottom of the trigger guard.
The thumb safety has a very small hole that can be popped out with the push of a button.
There is a black grip on each side of this pistol, which uses a polymer frame with a removable thumb safety, and this is the one that is interchangeable with the pistol in all the other models.
The black grip comes apart and can use with any of the three grip designs.
This pistol has an extremely small trigger guard, and it is very difficult to pull the trigger.
This trigger guard is made from aluminum, and its very hard to pull.
The trigger is very smooth.
The striker has a light click.
The barrel is stainless steel, and has a flat top, so the hammer is not quite flat.
The magazine well is threaded on both sides.
The frame has a rubber grip, a thumb hole, and an ambidextrous safety.
The barrel is steel, as are the slide and the hammer.
The hammer is held in place by a spring bar, but the trigger is not pressed against the slide.
This “S-Series” pistol is compatible only with the 1911 model.
The slide is steel and has an ambi grip.
The hammer is pressed against an ambid grip.
All of these models have the same slide