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7 years 19 weeks ago, 4:08 PM

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brad chan: M4gery ka

am not certain what you mean by this.

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7 years 19 weeks ago, 4:11 PM

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Little D...M4gery means a copy of a M4. It's made like an M4, however it's not full automatic, so it's a M4gery (forgery)

7 years 19 weeks ago, 4:14 PM

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brad chan: so ka!

now understand. you were making funny play on words and ryo fail to notice this. gomen nasai! ryo is very sorry.

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7 years 19 weeks ago, 4:04 AM

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That is a nice

rifle,pistol to,how do you bore sight the Eotech?i am not familiar with them?Is it a holographic sight?Guess i could go to their website but if you have some user info,i'd appreciate knowing,thanks.

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7 years 19 weeks ago, 5:15 AM

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EO Tech

is a holographic sight, but it zeros just like any other red dot.

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
7 years 19 weeks ago, 5:37 AM

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thanks runny

i am seriously considering trading my mini-14 off and going for an AR-15 and i might as well improve the sight system at the same time.

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7 years 19 weeks ago, 7:00 AM

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there are a number of very reasonably priced AR 15 type rifles and carbines available. you should check out the Yankee Hill Machine Company or YHM. they make some of the finest and best match quality AR rifles and carbines in the world. my little brother's best friend, gary kun, beat him in the last tournament they shot together a couple of weeks ago using his YHM Black Diamond Specter rifle in 5.56mm x 45mm NATO. here is the url.

http://yankeehillmachine.com/

they are very reasonably priced considering they use one of the finest match quality barrels made in all the world. don't be fooled by the steel vanadium, as YHM calls it, this is actually one of the hardest and most flexible exotic alloys known. in reality this is actually ferrovanadiumnitride. it's a big word so we figure that's why YHM does not use it, but this is like third on the hardness scale of exotic alloys that are possible to make. and all of their rifles and carbines are in the 1300.00 dollar range! ryo wants one so bad can almost taste it. am very jealous of our friend gary's rifle.

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7 years 19 weeks ago, 7:03 AM

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ryo has gone too long without a pretty red head girl with gun from you!

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7 years 19 weeks ago, 7:21 AM

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Thanks LD

I have looked at the website,very cool.The .223 caliber is deemed to small here in Minnesota to hunt deer with but next door in Wisconsin i have shot many deer with my mini-14 and dropped every one of them,go figure.Having said that i do not shoot the mini-14 much but i want a .223 caliber rifle around in my gun locker so switching to an AR seems appropriate.

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7 years 19 weeks ago, 7:29 AM

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the military 5.56mm caliber is in fact 5.7mm which is just little bit more than .224 caliber. these rounds WILL NOT fit or fire from a commercial .223 caliber weapon. in some few cases, the .223 caliber can be fire from a rifle chamber for 5.56mm, but this is not recommended. there are other AR type rifles that are long action and chamber for larger caliber such as any caliber larger than .308. but these are AR 10 not AR 15 rifles. it can go either way on the .308. some are AR 10 and some are the short action AR 15.

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