Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by CoalCrackerAl, Aug 24, 2022.
Either old scopes are weird or someone put that thing on backwards.
pig plex is the same, just got a 1 moa circle for running pig ( my guess )
CenterPoint Tag Bdc 4-16x40 mm Rifle Scope (Black), LR416AORG2 - Walmart.com
LOL! Bout time someone else picked up on that!
Man that target looks really really small... Might as well be an OEG
I've got a scope like that on an AR-15 with a front sight/gas block. The front sight is blurred out except on the lowest power.
That's the one I have. Works great!
I see it's the scope, but there's also the ugly original lawyer mandated hand guard designed to protect you from a non existent problem.
First thing I changed.
Lawyers and Bill Ruger can mess some stuff up!
Naw its made for lefties, we all know they backwards!
I keed..... mostly
So that's what that thing is? Designed to protect you from the op rod? Really?
That's odd for a mini. They usually throw the cases to the next county. It would not surprise me that closing on a spent case causes a jamb. I experienced that on occasion shooting parade blanks without an adapter. The bolt would only partially open than close and not quite be all the way into.battery. The question here is why is it closing on a spent case?
Nah. Thats the way you mount a scope so your 25yd targets look like they're at 250yds.
I would not use a mallet on cast parts.
I'd take apart the bolt and really clean the extractor, ejector, spring, and all race ways well.
Wouldn't hurt to clean the gas system also.
That's a bit like putting a ribbon on a hog at the county fair isn't it....?
I was having an issue with the extractor not popping over the rim on my mini a while back. A good cleaning of the extractor plunger, spring, and bore got it running in tip top shape again.
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