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Old 11-05-2012, 01:26 AM   #11
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1) finish your Ar!

2) clean it, lube it.

3) buy lots of mags and ammo, then hit the range and have lots of fun in as many different positions as possible.

4) take a couple carbine classes.

5) consider upgrades.


Stop upgrading it! Go shoot it first. Just make sure you have a sling, mags and a mag carrier before you start upgrading it. You'll find that you will save a lot of wasted money on upgrades you may think you need, but don't! And don't go upgrading your trigger before even shooting it! I've met a lot of really great shooters that run bone stock milspec triggers! If you learn on a milspec, upgrading later will make you a better shooter. As a novice shooter, an upgraded trigger will be used as a crutch not as an enhancement.
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1) finish your Ar!

2) clean it, lube it.

3) buy lots of mags and ammo, then hit the range and have lots of fun in as many different positions as possible.

4) take a couple carbine classes.

5) consider upgrades.


Stop upgrading it! Go shoot it first. Just make sure you have a sling, mags and a mag carrier before you start upgrading it. You'll find that you will save a lot of wasted money on upgrades you may think you need, but don't! And don't go upgrading your trigger before even shooting it! I've met a lot of really great shooters that run bone stock milspec triggers! If you learn on a milspec, upgrading later will make you a better shooter. As a novice shooter, an upgraded trigger will be used as a crutch not as an enhancement.
extremely sound advice.

i made my wife shoot irons with the milspec stiff creepy trigger until she got it down. graduated her to a red dot. then added in a giselle two stage trigger and finally a 3-9 scope.

she is an MOA shooter now with whatever gun she gets her hands on.
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1) finish your Ar!

2) clean it, lube it.

3) buy lots of mags and ammo, then hit the range and have lots of fun in as many different positions as possible.

4) take a couple carbine classes.

5) consider upgrades.

Stop upgrading it! Go shoot it first. Just make sure you have a sling, mags and a mag carrier before you start upgrading it. You'll find that you will save a lot of wasted money on upgrades you may think you need, but don't! And don't go upgrading your trigger before even shooting it! I've met a lot of really great shooters that run bone stock milspec triggers! If you learn on a milspec, upgrading later will make you a better shooter. As a novice shooter, an upgraded trigger will be used as a crutch not as an enhancement.
I get where your coming from tikki but I'll have the trigger and every I need so yeah
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