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    Huldra Arms Mark IV Tactical Elite

    I put some rounds down range with my Huldra Tac Elite yesterday at Camp Ripley in MN. My department went down there to shoot on the standard m16/m4 qualification range. I zeroed my Aimpoint m68 CCO at 50m before we went down there. I had no problems hitting the
    300m targets I was able to hit 40 out of 40(not a real challenge IMO) on my 2nd try. 37 on the first one.

    Today I was on my own range shooting the Tac Elite and was able to hit the "terrorist" head(5 in steel plate swings from shoulder to shoulder) on my hostage target at 100m quite easily.

    I was somewhat skeptical before I got this piston gun but it is performing just as well as my LMT.

    This is a well built rifle and accurate. I haven't put it on paper at 100m yet but I plan to in the next couple weeks.

    Only 500rds through it as of now but will have another 500 down range by next week and another 2000 by end of the first week of October as I will be running it through a 3 day carbine course.

    Just thought I would post this as the Huldra line is very new and wanted to put some info out there.

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    No offense, but 500 rounds isn't really enough to "put some info out there," especially since you haven't even shot it to see what kind of a group you can get with it.


    When the rifle has over 5000 rounds through it, I'll be interested in a "review" at that time.

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    You're right 500 rds isnt much. We do have one with over 4000 rds through it. That model is the 5.45. No lube and no cleaning. Right around the 4000 rd count is when it first had a hiccup. I'd say that says something! I don't want to turn this into a pissing match. Just getting some info out there on the gun is all! No I'm not one of those guys who only put 500 rds or less down range a year. I do average about 7000 per year. Yes I know that probaly isn't much either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaSierra View Post
    No offense, but 500 rounds isn't really enough to "put some info out there," especially since you haven't even shot it to see what kind of a group you can get with it.


    When the rifle has over 5000 rounds through it, I'll be interested in a "review" at that time.
    Get the **** over yourself man.
    There is a fight, that began before any of us were ever born. It will continue, long after we have retired, moved on, and left this world. It is a fight for the soccer mom next door, your mailman, the guy that bags your groceries, and most importantly, it is a fight for your family. We are in a daily battle not for land, not for resources or colonial controls...we are in a fight for our very way of life

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    No lube....that is just plain stupid...in my book...which is probably not worth much

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehun View Post
    No lube....that is just plain stupid...in my book...which is probably not worth much
    It was part of test to test endurance with no lube and no cleaning, the rifle made it 4844 rounds before stoppages. Again it was a test that we conducted, not a recommendation not to use lube or anything like that, just a research test to see how far it would go. BTW, nearly every vehicle on the road has been put through a similar test in the R&D stages. Plain stupid?, maybe but we were trying to gather data and make some videos along the way.

    I want to point out, since Huldra128 is new to the online forum thing, and to comply with the rules of the site, Mike is a full time LEO in our area, a former active duty paratrooper and soldier who has seen combat, and a very respected member of the LE community here. He works patrol, firearms instructor, former tac team, and has coordinated several top tier training classes in our area. We asked him to test a rifle and post his observations, good, bad, great, ugly or otherwise. I'll send him an email to reflect that in his signature.

    As always thanks for the feedback,
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    Dave
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    I should add Im not comparing rifles to cars, just making a point that it is a common test in several industries and we thought we would give it a try.

    Dave
    Mills Fleet Farm - Indoor Shooting & Archery
    Huldra Arms & Korstog Arms
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    http://www.huldraarms.com
    http://www.korstog.com
    Owner and Instructor - Timm Training & Consulting LLC
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