Oddly, an M14 is just a couple inches longer than an M16, but not many people complain about the M16s length...
The bullet is out of the barrel before the operating rod even begins to move, so I don't see where it would really do any good. :cool:
I went with a Loaded. ;)
Does everything I need it to.
If you wanted a really good quality leather sling, I'd recommend calling Les Tam. I had him make one for me and it's a work of art....
Very nice looking rifle. ;)
Personally, I'd take off that scout scope mount and replace the handguard with a solid one.
I recommend going with the Loaded model. Good value for what you get.
This thread just made me realize I'm about to turn 20 and I'm already up to 27. :D
I'd recommend trying heavier ammo.
I've heard of a lot of Mini-14s doing better with 62gr bullets.
I noticed that says a Mini-14...
What range, what type and weight ammo was it and how large is the group?
Go with the M1A. ;)
I third telling them you want it to work.
I'd go with the Loaded. It'll do most anything you need it to.
Here's a pic of mine in a USGI walnut stock with a Les Tam sling. It's got a...
The FAL. :cool:
On a more serious note, I think good powders, non-corrosive primers, and detachable box magazine.
Might be because you're posting fast enough to keep us from going into withdrawal.
I enjoyed the story, I just don't think it's really right to post it on a thread that was started for a different one.
Springfield Armory "Loaded" model with a Les Tam sling.
I'd go with the M1A.
I've heard quite a bit about 308 ARs having reliability problems.
Here's a pic of mine.
Not the best quality pic, but it's good enough.
Also, I sent him an information request through his website and he...
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