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Thread: Cadex Falcon Light Explored

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    GunNutz Bartok5's Avatar
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    Nice! Now those of us with the original Falcon need the Picatinny QD adapter that was promised for the end of 2017. Hello, Patrice?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lwing View Post
    Add the weight to your well done presentation, save me two minutes of Google?
    Nicely done
    400 gr. with the rubber feet (as shown above)
    Last edited by Charlz; 11-26-2017 at 08:14 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lwing View Post
    Add the weight to your well done presentation, save me two minutes of Google?
    Nicely done

    Added Steps 19 to 23 to show weight and measures.

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    nice, so to extend legs, you just pull them down?

    anyone wants to trade one of these for my LRA

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    Quote Originally Posted by dero338 View Post
    nice, so to extend legs, you just pull them down?

    anyone wants to trade one of these for my LRA

    Yes you just pull them down.... No thanks, I don't want to trade.

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    Good review, thanks for posting!

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    Recieved mine today and I must say that this thing is worth the price jump. I was debating upgrading my original Atlas to the PSR, but decided to give the cadex a try...I have zero regrets with my purchase.
    Bought it for $500 so about $30 more than the Atlas. Handling them side by side, the Cadex feels more refined and better thought out The Atlas does have a skinnier profile when not deployed, but thats about the only thing Id say it has over the Cadex.
    If you’re lucky enough to snag one, do it without hesitation.

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    How solid do things lock for the cant feature?

    I’m just a bench shooter with no need for canting.
    Shooter and Collector (kinda)

    Never Forget Best Friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max Owner View Post
    How solid do things lock for the cant feature?

    I’m just a bench shooter with no need for canting.

    It locks solid enough that I can't move it.

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    wow I might buy one for my PGW

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