Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
"Too many mind. Mind the sword, mind the people watch, mind the enemy, too many mind... No mind."
Real nice, but they'd be even nicer if they were 6.5mm and had a gas piston.
BTW, nice HK91 at the armory... I so want one, only I am leaning toward one of the JLD PTRs in the paratrooper configuration.
I wouldn't neccesarily think that an experimental match caliber in production by one company, combined with any piston system that never yet passed military testing would make for the best AR15 variant - aty least not for serious use. I prefer to have ammo and repair parts resupply handier than mail-order.
" Real nice, but they'd be even nicer if they were 6.5mm and had a gas piston."Those three carbines are the current houseguns of a career USAF senior NCO, the retail sales manager of a Type 7/SOT FFL, and an ex-Army NCO/lifelong shooter/Class 3 owner. If any one of us had wanted a gas piston upper or an oddball chambering, we could have had it. Why would three people with over a century of riflery experience between them opt for such an inferior system for guns to which they trust their lives?
I'm not complaining about the display of such fine weaponry; I punch above my weight in competition with a Bushie Shorty, but I, like many of our guys at the "sharp end" have more faith in the .308 NATO for putting a bad guy down. I've been working my SOCOM-16 into 3-Gun competition, but I haven't wrung it out at long range yet. Perhaps your next boomstick display could include some beefier boomsticks?
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