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    Sometimes you have to run an ACOG

    I still am very fond of my ACOG guns despite other the new cool LPVO's and RDs on the market. Ran this one out from 100 to 750 with great success.



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    Slick rig. That’ll work!
    A true "Gun Guy" (or gal) should have familiarity and a modicum of proficiency with most all firearms platforms.

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    After trying five different ACOGS that 3.5x is by far my favorite. Decent field of view and great eye relief. I’ve got one in 5.56 and 7.62.
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    Quote Originally Posted by uffdaphil View Post
    After trying five different ACOGS that 3.5x is by far my favorite. Decent field of view and great eye relief. I’ve got one in 5.56 and 7.62.
    Agreed the eye relief is so much better and the reticle goes to 800 vs 600 I think. I really wish I had the monster 6 power like the military used. The brits or canucks used. Canít remember which one.

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    I like the stick tied to the mat for your bipod feet. Great idea. I think Im gonna try that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Send it... View Post
    I like the stick tied to the mat for your bipod feet. Great idea. I think Im gonna try that.
    Yea itís great. Utilized most of the time. You can use wooden dowel rod or PVC pipe. We have used both.

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    OOoooooh. Is that the Danish Police upper? I don't think you've ever posted pics of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinister View Post
    OOoooooh. Is that the Danish Police upper? I don't think you've ever posted pics of that.
    here goes Sinister




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    Last edited by Pappabear; 07-19-22 at 19:21.

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    VERY nice!

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    Oh man, a good one PB!
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