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Old 02-06-2012, 05:31 AM   #231
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Can you get a pic of yourself looking through the optic. I'm really curious as to how one can achieve a decent cheek weld.
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Can you get a pic of yourself looking through the optic. I'm really curious as to how one can achieve a decent cheek weld.
MJ it's an AK you spray and pray. The optic just looks cool!...lol
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MJ it's an AK you spray and pray. The optic just looks cool!...lol
Lol spry and pray sounds fun but I actually am able to obtain a good cheek weld on it the folding stock unlike the other AR style stocks, has a nice downward angle so I dont rest my cheek on it, it's more of my jawbone
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Lol spry and pray sounds fun but I actually am able to obtain a good cheek weld on it the folding stock unlike the other AR style stocks, has a nice downward angle so I dont rest my cheek on it, it's more of my jawbone
Now I'm confused. Are you able to get a good cheek weld or not?

I'd still like to see that pic, please.
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Lol spry and pray sounds fun but I actually am able to obtain a good cheek weld on it the folding stock unlike the other AR style stocks, has a nice downward angle so I dont rest my cheek on it, it's more of my jawbone
MJ, I don't see why you can't understand what he is saying. He said yes he can obtain a good cheek weld... and that he doesn't rest his cheek on it just his jawbone. I don't see how that is confusing.

Maybe someone needs to define what a good cheek weld is.
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MJ, I don't see why you can't understand what he is saying. He said yes he can obtain a good cheek weld... and that he doesn't rest his cheek on it just his jawbone. I don't see how that is confusing.

Maybe someone needs to define what a good cheek weld is.
Sarcasm?

First he said he can get a good cheek weld then contradicts himself by saying he has to raise up so far that only his jaw will rest on the stock.

I don't see how someone can get a good repeatable sight picture w/o having a good cheek weld. Part of becoming fast and accurate is repeatability. Am I wrong?

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MJ, I don't see why you can't understand what he is saying. He said yes he can obtain a good cheek weld... and that he doesn't rest his cheek on it just his jawbone. I don't see how that is confusing.

Maybe someone needs to define what a good cheek weld is.
You go it!!!!

and just to clarify thing I only called it a cheek weld because what else would I call it? A jaw weld? ... But in short to clear the air. Yes everytime I bring the rifle up my jawbone makes contact with the folding stock. And before anyone asks yes it is comfortable. And I'll post a pic when I get home, I'm at work at the moment and am doing this from my phone so sorry for any misspelling
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