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Old 12-24-2009, 04:32 PM   #11
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wow this is quite amusing to watch *sits back and grabs some popcorn* lol



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While I haven't put it through a chronograph, the recoil does seem to be slightly less than from M193 or M855, more on the lines of steel-cased Wolf or American Eagle AE223. As long as your gun still runs it fine, there should be no issue whatsoever...



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While I haven't put it through a chronograph, the recoil does seem to be slightly less than from M193 or M855, more on the lines of steel-cased Wolf or American Eagle AE223. As long as your gun still runs it fine, there should be no issue whatsoever...
Runs with no problem, just curiosity on my part. XMX193 is pretty robust, but the difference was significant with the bronze. Have never shot the steel cased stuff (never plan to) so no basis for comparison.
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Hillbilly, are you off your meds again? You crazy redneck!

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I feel the same. I changed form PMC to LC(mil-surplus). PMC 55gr was accurate and predictable. there wasn't much diff in 50 and 100yd impact. They were awful dirty too. Other than that I loved it. Very affordable! I now shoot 62gr Mil-Surp. LC "Grn Tip". It seems to fly tight. I zeroed for 100. Good tight groups. However, my 50yd impact is 6-8" low? Is there that much difference or is it me? Does any one have or know of the trajectory table for CAR/M15 using 62gr?

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