That's just because its the least changed out part of an AR but can be used for a long gun or handgun style build. It's also the one part that will be regulated in further assault rifle regulations
I know. Just irks me about some of the firearms regulations is all.
So, aside from skeet/trap, I rarely shoot firearms anymore. I keep saying I want an AR platform. But, the cost is prohibitive right now. So, I shoot archery instead as it's a longer hunting season and more enjoyable for me.
(Posted in another thread) Did some shooting the other night with my coworker who's sponsoring me.
The bow (Mathews MR7):
The release (Tru-Fire Hardcore Max):
Typical results after shooting the 10th group of 5 arrows:
Switched over to my back tension release (Tru-Ball HT3) as I was feeling restricted by the use of a wrist strap release:
Was my second time ever shooting it, and back tensions are very finicky while you're learning to shoot them. First group with it:
Final group of the evening (shot about five groups of five arrows with the back tension):
I know I'm a little low on the target with my back tension. But, I was focusing on form more than accuracy.