Discussion in 'On Topic' started by PleaseEatSomeShit, Sep 19, 2009.
one year in the making
clean looking rifle. Is that a real acog? Not really a acog expert.
the special 5000 bushnell version.
Dont post that on AR15.com, according to them, without backup folding sights, you'll pretty much die. Immediately upon picking it up.
Looks good, that will make a fun shooter.
I much prefer side mounted irons at 1:30 than traditional buis. Faster and you it gives you two sighting systems that you can use irons for short range and scope for long range. I'm hoping maybe we will see more of this in the next couple of years outside the competition circles.
Yeah if you put a TR24 on that it would be perfect
looks heavy as shit and way front heavy.
Yeah? your precision digital sight to mass calculator can see that?
looks good. i'm usually not a fan of those hand guards but that looks good
yeah, lightweight tube and a thin profile barrel, totally front heavy.
God I'd love to hear what you say about my AR
Lightweight FF tube it may be, but that's no thin-profile barrel...
Still, doesn't look as bad as some of the wannabe-tactical-abominations that are out there on the net, weight-wise.
probably better balanced than my 20" hbar setup as well
though I like front heavy
And people bitch about weight way to much, fucking girly men
M4 Carbine 5.9lbs
Scout Light ???
Either way it was a a front heavy bitch
Overall weight is a subjective thing. Balence and swing weight are a lot more important for me. While lighter is better to a point lack of weight can be a disadvantage. A heavier gun will behave better in recoil for example. You see more in your scope during recoil to correct for misses or to see some ground squirel turn inside out. There is a reason why target guns are weighted, have bull barrels or heavy stocks.
My rifle is 9 lbs and while I would like it a pound lighter maybe, the balence is very good on it.
bench gun? You aren't going to carry that heavy fucker for any significant amount of time.
Point I was trying to make is it's an assault weapon. Heavy barrels, aluminum hand guards light weight stocks all throw the balance off, and generally make the weapon way to heavy.
I wasn't picking on his gun odds are most of you guys aren't ever going to carry it farther than from the truck to the bench, im just saying.
OP, don't get your panties in a twist.
Someones a pussy, my M4 overseas was around 11-12lbs all front heavy. And I had to lug that shit around everywhere.
I mean shit people carry around 249's without bitching like a girl like you are which are 17lbs unloaded, and the 100rd ammo M27's weigh 5lbs, and that person will have 7 of them on them.
Or how about a 240 weighs 27lbs unloaded
Guess someone needs to go tell the TAG that internet commandos think carrying anything over 7lbs is too much.
Pretty sure those three weapons are an actual assault weapons over AR's
Stop being a pussy
Tack on a 203 and I guess you might need to mount the damn thing to a humvee.
Would you not have preferred that it was lighter?
lol sense. this post makes it.