Words: Rich Norman

A few months ago some fantastic, candid UKSF pics were posted on the web.

Enthusiasts seized upon these pics and dissected them. I was interested myself in the blaster setups, which showed a couple of things publicly for the first time.

Aspects of the pics added a different dimension to my own ‘working document’ on the L119A2, which was first published in May 2016.

However, the reason for this post is to divert readers to this article:

Welcome to the Jungle

Channeling Guns ‘N Roses, it’s an apt title because when Appetite for Destruction – the album which opens with the track Welcome to the Jungle – was released, it was a paradigm shifting LP. Yes – I remember vinyl the first time around!

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More articles relating to the L119A2:

  • The Comprehensive UKSF (SAS/SBS) L119A2 Parts and Accessories List
  • The original L119A2 primer, here
  • GG&G AR15 vertical fore-grip in use here
  • Magpul QDM and ASAP QD in use here
  • 15.7″ L119A2 upper in use here
  • Surefire FA556SA Suppressor here
  • GG&G Aimpoint T1 mount in use here
  • Magpul MS3 sling in use here
  • Magpul ACS stock in use here
  • Colt Canada parts – as used on the L119A2 – here
  • Manta Very Low Profile Rail Covers as used on the L119A2 here
  • UKSF Newcastle raid pics part 1
  • UKSF Newcastle raid pics part 2
  • UKSF Nairobi Kenya incident L119A2 parts breakdown here
  • UKSF Belize ‘Jungle Set-up’ L119A2 parts breakdown here
  • Confirmation bias (and the HSP Thorntail offset light mount) here
  • UKSF Ecosystem: S&S Precision Sling Clip – Old Gen – here
  • Inforce WML-type lights in use here

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