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Old 06-05-2013, 01:42 AM   #1
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Well guys I finally got to the range today with my new AR build. Simply put, I love it. Put 90rds down the pipe, 60 assorted steel, no problems. I got a combat zero at 25yds then stepped it out to 200yds for some fun.
Here is Linuxuser3890 shooting at 200.

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We put some of our rounds thru a chronograph to see how consistent they were. Average was 3031 for the brass, 2850 for the steel.

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I'm very happy with this gun. You can feel the difference between the mid-length and carbine gas systems. I think I'm sold on the mid-length.



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What differences are there in the different lengths?



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What differences are there in the different lengths?
The mid-length seems to have less muzzle rise, and it just cycles smoother.
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The mid-length seems to have less muzzle rise, and it just cycles smoother.
I never knew there was a difference.
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