I went to the range last night with my PWS MK114 AR to zero the MBUS and plink about.
I got great results on the zero @25 yds. the problem is that while my range allowed me to zero my rifle with 55 grain FMJ they won't let me shoot it regularly. they had come 4s grain frangible to shoot, which I didn't think much of until I used them and came up with a 10% FTF rate. PWS claimed it's most likely the shape and size of the bullet itself, which is markedly lighter and smaller and a different shape.
Their suggestion was a 52-55 grain frangible round and the PWS will eat them up.
Anyone with a suggestion for this, 52-55 grain frangible .223 ammunition?
thanks in advance...