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Old 04-24-2013, 09:57 PM   #1
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I got a sun devil ar for Christmas and I want to get some new stuff for it I need

Rail covers
New adjustable butt stock
A better scope (the eye relief on my current one sucks)
Bipod

I can't decide on brands. Help!



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Old 04-24-2013, 10:28 PM   #2
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How do you use the rifle?

Do you really need a new scope or maybe a better mount that gets the occular lens in better position for your eye? What are you using now?

Bipods- I recommend Harris.



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How do you use the rifle?

Do you really need a new scope or maybe a better mount that gets the occular lens in better position for your eye? What are you using now?

Bipods- I recommend Harris.
I have a Burris 332 sight and I have it all the way back.
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It is my zombie/HD/varmint/future coyote rifle

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This is it

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The stereotypical 21st centerfire rifle.

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For a carbine with a CQB optic I would skip the bipod.

As for a good carbine stock I like the Magpul CTR.

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What about a new scope? The eye relief sucks and I have my Burris sight as far back as I can get it.

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Scopes are like barrels, share what kind of distances you plan to use it, and how much you can spend.

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100-250 yards. I plan to plug coyotes with it and be able to aim at a certain spot. Not just put it behind his shoulder and shoot. I'm thinking mildot.



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