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Old 03-09-2012, 09:07 AM   #21
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the spikes in my opinion before the bolt issues on the 22 was the best

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The Spikes had a great reputation. I went with a dedicated CMMG but after shooting a M&P15-22 I'd like one.

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Greatest little 22 I own.


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[quote=safedman;737099]Greatest little 22 I own.



why do u have your irons on the bottom rail like that

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this is my sweet baby.

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why do u have your irons on the bottom rail like that
I have them sighted in at 50 yards and if the scope goes ta crap, it is QD so I can swap the scope for the sights.
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I have them sighted in at 50 yards and if the scope goes ta crap, it is QD so I can swap the scope for the sights.
ahh ok that makes sense but that's why i have these on my Performance Center 15-22

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After you asked me that, I got looking at yours and was wondering if I was seeing what I thought I was seeing. How do they work? OK? Seems kinda gang banger shooting with the weapon on its side.
Will take a look into a set for the M&P. Less risk of losing my sights! Thanks for the info! Got to like web sites like this...

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After you asked me that, I got looking at yours and was wondering if I was seeing what I thought I was seeing. How do they work? OK? Seems kinda gang banger shooting with the weapon on its side.
Will take a look into a set for the M&P. Less risk of losing my sights! Thanks for the info! Got to like web sites like this...
http://www.ebay.com/itm/270921358711?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p398 4.m1439.l2649

that's where i got mine,,, to hell with the $300 name brand,,, its just an iron sight

when u cant the rifle it puts the sights right in line with the bore so its just like using the original iron sights in reality





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