Someone here was complaining about a Ruger bolt .22 getting 8 inch groups at 25 yards
I say more, the Norinco is considered one of the best SKS.
Wonder what it would cost to build a Norinco-quality SKS today.
No doubt the SKS is much more accurate than the AK, last Saturday at the range I was hitting the steel plate at 220 yards 2-3 time out of five...
1968 Sako Finnbear in .30-'06, just had the stock refinished and a new factory recoil pad put on. Have taken hogs, oryx and cow elk with it....
The Norinco SKS is better made that the AK, but of course the AK draw is the 30 round mag.
I asked because I've heard .22s rarely need cleaning. My local gunsmith's son shoots .22 competitively, and rarely runs a patch through it.
IMHO most hunters have no business shooting at game over 300 yards.
I've taken game with both the 6.5x55 and .30-'06, and the 6.5x55 is no .30-'06.
I've heard that story, and take it with a grain of salt. Hemingway was known to exaggerate, especially when on the sauce. I doubt M'Cola is...
How are .22s different?
I have an AR also and like it, I may be missing something but what's the advantage for hunting unless you're trying to wipe out a herd of wild hogs?
Three hours away definitely. Have been to Milwaukee and Phoenix.
On my bucket list is an NRA convention Prayer Breakfast. How much more...
It is what Democrats call a 'common sense gun law'.
Gratuitous .30-'06 photo, '68 Sako Finnbear with new refinish and recoil pad installed.....I find the .30-'06 a bit overkill for deer sized game,...
Not trying to change your habits, the point was to the OP writer, if he's being driven crazy by cleaning his AR, he may be doing more than he...
I doubt many of us shoot in an Iraqi-like environment.
Yet others here are more relaxed on cleaning and theirs functions fine, so what's the problem?
Bingo, that is the real reason for military fanaticism on this subject.
Getting that AK dust cover back on can be a pain.
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