my sundevil

Discussion in 'AR-15 Discussion' started by randy420, Apr 24, 2013.

  1. randy420

    randy420 New Member

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    I got a sun devil ar for Christmas and I want to get some new stuff for it I need

    Rail covers
    New adjustable butt stock
    A better scope (the eye relief on my current one sucks)
    Bipod

    I can't decide on brands. Help!
     
  2. SSGN_Doc

    SSGN_Doc Well-Known Member

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    How do you use the rifle?

    Do you really need a new scope or maybe a better mount that gets the occular lens in better position for your eye? What are you using now?

    Bipods- I recommend Harris.
     

  3. randy420

    randy420 New Member

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    I have a Burris 332 sight and I have it all the way back.
     
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    It is my zombie/HD/varmint/future coyote rifle
     
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    The stereotypical 21st centerfire rifle.
     
  7. SSGN_Doc

    SSGN_Doc Well-Known Member

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    For a carbine with a CQB optic I would skip the bipod.

    As for a good carbine stock I like the Magpul CTR.
     
  8. randy420

    randy420 New Member

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    What about a new scope? The eye relief sucks and I have my Burris sight as far back as I can get it.
     
  9. AgentTikki

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    Scopes are like barrels, share what kind of distances you plan to use it, and how much you can spend.
     
  10. randy420

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    100-250 yards. I plan to plug coyotes with it and be able to aim at a certain spot. Not just put it behind his shoulder and shoot. I'm thinking mildot.
     
  11. AgentTikki

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    16 inch will work for those distances.

    1-4x is good for those ranges. Choose one with an easy eyebox and a wide feild of view so you can get on target fast.

    The higher the magnification, the narrow the field of view and usually the eyebox gets finicky making it harder nd slower to get a sight picture.