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Old 05-06-2013, 06:49 PM   #21
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I can wring out moa groups with irons and submoa with the acog.

For sights im using a matech rear with fixed fsb.

Ammo is 69grain graim smk bthp.

So if psa and bcm are sourcing the same barrels there isnt a lot of diff other than stampings on the lowers.

Bcm said they source their barrels in the usa and fn is the only chf barrel maker in the us that i know of.

I really like the direction psa has been going in the last couple of years.
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I can wring out moa groups with irons and submoa with the acog.

For sights im using a matech rear with fixed fsb.

Ammo is 69grain graim smk bthp.

So if psa and bcm are sourcing the same barrels there isnt a lot of diff other than stampings on the lowers.

Bcm said they source their barrels in the usa and fn is the only chf barrel maker in the us that i know of.

I really like the direction psa has been going in the last couple of years.
Hopefully they stay that way and don't raise prices other than to keep up with the rise in cost. So far, they have been great in regards to quality for the money.
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DD makes CHF barrels too!
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DD makes CHF barrels too!
My DDM4v3 may be the only CHF I have.

Truth be told, my skill (kinda solid, just a bit better than mediocre) and dedication to these rifles probably doesn't always justify the CHF upgrade. Hopefully someday it will. I enjoy building/configuring as much as shooting, which I realize will sound blasphemous to some folks. But the CHF is still pretty cool. For shooting, for resale value, for if I was ever to become better than just a 'pretty good' shooter.
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Here it is! Only 24 views when I watched it!

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Awesome!


Can't wait for the Tactical AK armchair commandos on YouTube to "debunk" it.
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My DDM4v3 may be the only CHF I have.

Truth be told, my skill (kinda solid, just a bit better than mediocre) and dedication to these rifles probably doesn't always justify the CHF upgrade. Hopefully someday it will. I enjoy building/configuring as much as shooting, which I realize will sound blasphemous to some folks. But the CHF is still pretty cool. For shooting, for resale value, for if I was ever to become better than just a 'pretty good' shooter.
I missed this post the first time around, sweeper. My only CHF also is a DDM4V3 (upper). Honestly, I can't see much difference in accuracy or performance over my BCM or PSA.
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Here it is! Only 24 views when I watched it!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2rG8xXfDbg
You think when they finished the testing they sold that upper as a "Blem?"
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You think when they finished the testing they sold that upper as a "Blem?"
Well if the explosion blew off the dust cover and forward assist they could sell it as their first Sport!
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Well if the explosion blew off the dust cover and forward assist they could sell it as their first Sport!
Now that's funny!
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