Yes, they are not cheap but once you get one you'll ask yourself why you waited so long. Biggest downside I can see is that mags are not cheap. Best bet is to order from Cole Distributing. The more you buy the better price you get. Once you do get it this is what you must do next ~ head right to the range and try it out!!
My only complains is that I cannot remove the operating rod by hand for cleaning. This might get easier after she's broken in. After that it would be nice if the front sight had hash marks so you can judge how much you're moving the sight during initial sight-in.
I'm about to get a Socom 16. I'm wondering if it's okay to shoot steel through these instead of brass - a friend warned me that I risk damaging my gun because the steel is tougher on the firing pin or something like that.
Myth? Does the cheapness of Wolf (etc) mitigate the...
Here's why it's a good thing the US military is getting rid of the M14
It's a good thing the US military is getting rid of the M14 - Business Insider
"The M14 is one of the worst DMRs in history, and should have never been adopted by the military."
I thought you guys may like this one.
Got a new/used M1A last month. Bought it with a total of 60 rnds through it. I hadn't shot a '14 (or M21) for years, and was wanting one for a while. So the opportunity arose, and I went for it. Just got around to shooting it last weekend. I loaded up some M80 ball duplicate using...
A query to the guys who are feeding both, an AR10 and a M1A/14. Can you run the same .308 ammo in both? I’m curious about ammo compatibility between the two platforms. I understand that each rifle is unique and a load that is a tack driver in one may not be doodly in another rifle. But in...
I know this is a M1A group, but I thought someone may have some knowledge. I just picked up a Springfield Garand serial in the 255,xxx for $850. But it looks like a possible flash hider or thread protector is broken on the tip of the barrel . The pictures may help explain better