|MGI QCB upper on a home-built Rock River lower that was assembled on a TV tray in the living room of Roseholme Cottage.|
...because its tired owner didn't pull to ensure that she'd fully seated the mag and it fell out when she ran the charging handle. This is what happens when I don't load the gun right.
Between two 3 Gun matches in the high desert of Bend, OR and now one Blogorado, that thing's been exposed to plenty of dust, so it must have been malfunctioning left and right and I'm just blotting out the awful memories. The internet says so, and you can't put something on the internet if it's not true.
Parenthetically, I really should clean the thing sometime, but I've crossed the point into superstition, where I'm afraid that a thorough cleaning will somehow jinx the gun and make it start malfing...
Props to the Aimpoint and the Larue mount and the MGI Quick Change Barrel upper. The optic is still pretty well zeroed despite the barrel being on and off the gun a couple times since the scope was dialed in, plus the tender ministrations of baggage handlers. I haven't benched it on a paper target with PMC green tip lately to see the actual amount of POI change, but it was still within minute of soda can on the 80 yard berm offhand, so I doubt it's moved much more than an inch at a hundred?