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Old 01-21-2012, 04:43 PM   #1
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I set my Hungarian AMD-65 for close up work using my EOTech.553.

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Awesome but what happens if the EoTech craps out?

What range and how were you putting rounds on the target?

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Awesome but what happens if the EoTech craps out?

What range and how were you putting rounds on the target?
I am guessing you use the AMD as a club or run as fast as you are able. anyway I have had this 553 for years it has yet to fail.
Anything can fail correct?

25 yards as noted it's for close up work. It's my BIG AK pistol with a folding wire stock.
Putting rounds on the target by shooting the AMD-65 standing off hand.
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That was funny.

I guess I missed where you said 25 yards, up close could mean a myriad of things. Rate of fire? All rounds at once or 2-3 from the hi or low ready having to quickly acquire the target each time? There's a lot more to it than simply saying "close up work".

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That was funny.

I guess I missed where you said 25 yards, up close could mean a myriad of things. Rate of fire? All rounds at once or 2-3 from the hi or low ready having to quickly acquire the target each time? There's a lot more to it than simply saying "close up work".
Did you get past the third grade?
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mj, I finally saw the 25 yards when I blew the picture up. It's in the corner. I just kept reading his text and didn't see it. Must be a Kansas thing.

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mj, I finally saw the 25 yards when I blew the picture up. It's in the corner. I just kept reading his text and didn't see it. Must be a Kansas thing.
Here is a better picture taken with my Canon 7D. It shows better detail.

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That was funny.

I guess I missed where you said 25 yards, up close could mean a myriad of things. Rate of fire? All rounds at once or 2-3 from the hi or low ready having to quickly acquire the target each time? There's a lot more to it than simply saying "close up work".
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Did you get past the third grade?
So, are you going to answer my questions or just make insults ? Do you know the varying aspects to what you call "close up work"? What do you consider "close up work"?
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So, are you going to answer my questions or just make insults ? Do you know the varying aspects to what you call "close up work"? What do you consider "close up work"?
Guess I am not answering you so what.
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Guess I am not answering you so what.
You don't have to be embarrassed as I'm not passing judgement. I'm just curious. I don't know much about AMDs and am wanting to get a better feel for how they handle/perform.

Standing there, taking aim, then slowly squeezing the trigger or standing at the high or low ready, snapping your dot onto the target placing 2-3 shot strings then repeating. There's a big difference b/w the 2.

I'm at a loss as to where your attitude is coming from.
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