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My inaugural observance

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by JumpWing, Feb 1, 2009.

  1. JumpWing

    JumpWing NK WA Member

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    In observance on the 2009 Inauguration, I purchased my very first rifle:

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    Stag Arms AR15 chambered in 5.56mm
    16" chrome lined barrel
    Iron sights (front post/rear flip)
    6-pos stock
    1:9 twist

    It's nothing special to look at, except to know that it's mine when I look at it. I haven't held a rifle since I left the military nearly 20 years. It's surprising how much you forget, and how quickly it comes back to you.

    I was able to spend just a little time at the range: 1 hour, 100 rounds, 100 yards; but the results made me happy. Shot groups were all low and to the left, but they were pretty tight: about 2" in diameter.

    Ammo was American Eagle (brass case) .223 and I had not one single hiccup.

    It was a good day. :thumbup:
     
  2. ZeroRing

    ZeroRing 26th District, WA Active Member

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    VERY nice... I'm jealous. :D
     
  3. Dutchy556

    Dutchy556 Bend, OR Member

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    Nice... Stags are GTG you won't be disappointed. Plans for an optic, light, etc. or KISS?
     
  4. WristPin

    WristPin Cascade Forest New Member

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    We all need to follow your lead.

    you need to add a sight or scope
     
  5. Reco

    Reco Portland Oregon Active Member

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    I used to coach for the US Marines but its been a while lol

    Incase you hadnt adjusted the iron site which im sure you did .

    for 100 yards set the rear at 8/3 ( -2 )to the 100 yard elevation and make the elevation corrections from the front sight post. I believe the Carbine should be very close to the A2's I worked with with 1 MOA "minute of Angle" per hundred yards turned to clock wise. Regarding windage I believes the standard for most A2 rear sights is .25 MOA? so for clicks to needed direction for 1 inch per 100 meeters. Its been a while.

    Hope it helps and anyone reading this please correct me if Im wrong.

    Semper Fi
     
  6. Buddhalux

    Buddhalux Hillsboro, Oregon Active Member

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    Keep in mind that on the weapon when it says "left" or "up" or what not it's talking about the round placement, not the direction of travel for the sights.