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Ed Brown Marine Sniper

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Patriot-Brewer, Feb 21, 2007.

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  1. Patriot-Brewer

    Patriot-Brewer Member

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    Anybody fired one? Quality, accuracy etc?

    Or should I just buy a GAP?

    tnx
    P-B
     
  2. Sniper X

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    For the price I'd go for a Bravo 51 or Tango 51...gaurenteed 1/4moa accurate for around $3000.00 and same basic rifle action and stock as the M40A2~3.
     
  3. Patriot-Brewer

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    Thanks SniperX, I'll look into em'.
     
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    Tactical Operations makes them, and they are sweet. I had a Bravo 51. But was offered twice what I paid for it so I regretably sold it. I'll never make that mistake again! Easy 1/4~1/2 moa depending on ammo.
     
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    Tac Ops and GAP have known client bases and fairly long track record of high quality. While Ed Brown's rifle looks quite good, I've not come across anyone with personal experience with one. Given the above information and the price, I'd say that GAP and Tac Ops (along with a number of other makers) would be wiser choices.
     
  6. CDignition

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    Why risk it?? Go GA Precision, and have no worries. I have a GAP AR10 and it shoots 1/2 MOA easy..;)
     
  7. Patriot-Brewer

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    Zak, where are your opinions????????:uhoh:

    ...I've already read your articles...very informative.

    CD...does Zombonehead know? He'd be dissapointed.
     
  8. Zak Smith

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    Sorry, I don't always hear the thread summons! :D

    Like Mute, I don't know of anyone with an Ed Brown rifle, so it's hard to have any informed opinion of them.
     
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