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Old 11-17-2013, 04:32 AM   #1
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Default Bought a Norinco 'm4'..

I like this gun,i want to buy an ACOG ,have any advice?thx xD
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Old 11-17-2013, 04:36 AM   #2
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My advice, put a couple boxes through it with no optics......but that's just me. I just think everyone should use iron sights of any firearm if thier provided before they add to it.
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My advice, put a couple boxes through it with no optics......but that's just me. I just think everyone should use iron sights of any firearm if thier provided before they add to it.
thank you kaido,help me a lot
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thank you kaido,help me a lot

Not a problem haha

If I actually knew something about ACOG style sights, I'd give some real advice. However we can't do a whole lot with AR style rifles up my way so I just avoid them all together thus I haven't used anything similar to what you're looking for.
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I've used several different ACOG's and I love them. If you're already familiar with iron sights, get an ACOG. If you're not familiar, shoot a few hundred rounds with the irons first. Then message me and I can hook you up with an ACOG cheaper than anyone else around. This is the ACOG I prefer (with green reticle): http://www.trijicon.com/na_en/products/product3.php?pid=TA26S-10
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My advice, put a couple boxes through it with no optics......but that's just me. I just think everyone should use iron sights of any firearm if thier provided before they add to it.
When your arms get too short to read the newspaper, you will change your opinion about optics.
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When your arms get too short to read the newspaper, you will change your opinion about optics.
or if you have two sets of glasses. one set of reading glasses and another so you can see everything else!
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I do not think Norinco AR's are even legal in the US. The Canadians still allow the importation of Chinese made guns. If someone brought this in from Canada, you may have some issues with the ATF.
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or if you have two sets of glasses. one set of reading glasses and another so you can see everything else!
Well crap. That's me.
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Well crap. That's me.
i guess i'm not the only can't see blind guy shooting rifles!
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