Mine is a hard-chromed Young Manufacturing National Match BCG. It's slick, and it's super easy to clean.Even though the added value is minimal, I always use Nickle boron and Nitride carriers. Not only do they help extend the lubrication frame with lower drag coefficient, they also seem to clean up better. When I comes to self defence, every little bit helps.
Right, YOU wouldn't because you're not a new buyer and you know better.
But THEY tell you (me, the new buyer) that it's not necessary.
Yes, your opinion will change.Bit of nostalgia for you old folks?
My AR has iron sights and that's all I want. My eyes are still pretty good though. May change my opinion as I age.
An actual one star review of a JP captured buffer spring assembly:...in the one review on it the guy gave it four stars because he thought he was buying a red dot sight...LoL...
While I have very limited range time, I found it challenging to ignore the red dot on quick shots or double taps. I was extremely slow, always trying to see the dotI'm stubborn and haven't put a red dot on any handguns. Rifles, sure, been playing with them since 1998. I actually want one on my shotgun, as well.
Iron sights at 600 meters is an area weapon for virtually any shooter using a rack grade military type weapon.Yes, your opinion will change.
Gone are my days of hitting a 600meter target with iron sights.
I can see well that far, most of the time, it's just that I can't see both sights at the same time.
I point-shoot up close.While I have very limited range time, I found it challenging to ignore the red dot on quick shots or double taps. I was extremely slow, always trying to see the dot
I use a 3.5 pound JP single-stage adjustable match trigger in the M4 that I carried at work. It is set up with a safe amount of sear engagement, and very little overtravel, making the reset super short.An actual one star review of a JP captured buffer spring assembly:
"For some reason it would not fit completely into my buffer tube. I have done a lot of custom gun work but this had me puzzled. I think the buffer tube tapered at the bottom causing the assembly to jam before actually being on the bottom of the tube. After hours and hours of frustration I threw the thing in then garbage. A better way is to install one of the new multi strand springs. "
So, his part is fucked up, but he's going to blame JP's engineering for the problem. Okay...
We, as a people, are circling the drain...
I still knocked the fucking targets down at that range, several times and on multiple occasions, with an M-16.Iron sights at 600 meters is an area weapon for virtually any shooter using a rack grade military type weapon.
How much does the Sig scope go for? It looks similar to the Primary Arms SLx 1-8x24mm SFP Rifle Scope, but with a bigger tube I really dig the PA.Few things came in today for my FN.
This SIG Tango MSR is very promising, and a very good value. 1-10x, illuminated reticle, larger 34mm main tube and a very nice cantilever mount. I popped the battery in and that reticle is very clear and the illuminated portion doesn't fuzz/bleed over like a reflex sight would on higher settings.
Hornday Black is a nice round, in general, and since our distributor just received 14 boxes of 62gr fmj, timing couldn't be better.
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Maybe he just didn't know how to adjust the focus?Not So Fast on Reviews
Submitted 2 months ago
By Jet Fast Lee
From Lake Havasu City
Base on reviews I must have a defective Scope (1x10x34), everything is good at midway thru the Magnification, bright and sharp, starts to get fuzzy at higher magnifications enough for me to notice lack of clarity on target.
Sig Sauer Tango MSR Rifle Scope 34mm Tube 1-10x 28mm 1/2 MOA (midwayusa.com)
...how is the image quality on yours...???...I assume the guy did indeed get a defective one but at maximum magnification is where stuff like that is noticeable...???....
Some retailers online are selling the SIG right now for about $465.00. Unsure if they are charging tax and/or shipping.How much does the Sig scope go for? It looks similar to the Primary Arms SLx 1-8x24mm SFP Rifle Scope, but with a bigger tube I really dig the PA.
Primary Arms SLx 1-8x24mm SFP Rifle Scope - Illuminated ACSS-5.56/5.45/.308
$65.00 is criminal. We charge $25.00 for transfers.
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...I just bought this because $350 but now I have AR Envy...FWIW they can't keep it in stock...the frenzy is on...
...a trigger I have been trying to get sold out in a few hours, before I got back online...
PSA 16" Pistol-Length 300AAC Blackout 1/8 Nitride 15" Lightweight M-Lok Upper - With BCG & CH - 5165448932 | Palmetto State Armory