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Old 11-02-2012, 12:24 PM   #3141
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Old 11-02-2012, 06:27 PM   #3142
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I'm looking for bipods and scopes for my model 2, any suggestions?
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Can't go wrong with a Harris bi-pod. There's a dozen scopes you can't go wrong with. What is your primary objective with the scope? Short range fast target acquisition and shooting, or long range accuracy, short range accuracy, hunting, plinking, whatever....?
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Someone explain to me why bolt action is more accurate than semi auto.
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Someone explain to me why bolt action is more accurate than semi auto.
Mostly because the parts in a semi-auto are moving before the bullet leaves the barrel of the rifle. The effects of those movements are transferred throughout the gun, including the barrel. There is also the issue of consistency; moving parts being less consistent than fixed, locking parts. There's still semi-autos that are incredibly accurate. In the right hands you would probably see little, to no appreciable difference. Possibly true even in the wrong hands.
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Old 11-03-2012, 04:26 AM   #3149
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Can't go wrong with a Harris bi-pod. There's a dozen scopes you can't go wrong with. What is your primary objective with the scope? Short range fast target acquisition and shooting, or long range accuracy, short range accuracy, hunting, plinking, whatever....?
I'm looking for good accuracy up to about 300yrds

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Hey man PM me your email or number and I will send them to you, my phone wont upload all the pics and i dont want to post 10 different post for pictures of the details...and my damn computer is packed since im moving next week. Here is a picture of the kit complete. It fits a Colt M4 so it should fit yours but I have to do some searching to be sure.
Ill do it when i get home tonight, on my phone now.
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Old 11-03-2012, 03:36 PM   #3151
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Hey all...

I'm not a frequent poster on the forum but I have been browsing this thread and figured I would jump in to the gun discussion.

Anyway, down to the question...anyone have feedback/experience with the Smith & Wesson Shield? It has some positives and negatives from my original look, was just curious if anyone could share anything. Link below...

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Just picked up an M12 to get my son into some small bore target competitions next year
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I'm not a frequent poster on the forum but I have been browsing this thread and figured I would jump in to the gun discussion.

Anyway, down to the question...anyone have feedback/experience with the Smith & Wesson Shield? It has some positives and negatives from my original look, was just curious if anyone could share anything. Link below...

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I have to say the election sucks because I went looking for a couple lowers this weekend and the price has went up about 50% on them. They are starting around 110 now 6 months ago I could get them for 70. Makes me want to grab one or two more
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Gun shop was full when i picked up my AR last week. Owner told me that it usually gets real busy around election time

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