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Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by spider, Feb 18, 2012.

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  1. spider

    spider
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    GONNNNNEEE
     
  2. uban77

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    delayed blowback design?
     
  3. eganx

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    No, gas operated with tilting breech block
     
  4. spider

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    It's not a delayed blowback.
     
  5. uban77

    uban77
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    thanks
     
  6. raftman

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    How's the accuracy and reliability?
     
  7. spider

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    Through the 150 rnds I shot, every shot went down range, I had a target set up at 150 yards and with my shaking hands I was always within .5 cm of the bullseye. I ran 40rnd of american eagle "boattail" ammo, 80rnds of magtech and 30 rnds of winchester silver tips. I shot within my shots with the winchester silver tips, the magtech ammo was always close to each other, and the boattail ammo had more kick. Only thing I needed was more mags. No hiccups, even when I was messing with the gas operation dial.
     
  8. northwest gunny

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    pm sent
     
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