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Does anyone make a sight in target for the ACOG's like the military does for the CCO (Aimpoint)?
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http://ar15.com/forums/topic.html?b=3&f=18&t=229420

 

Does this help?? I realize it's not exactly what you asked for, but I thought it may answer some questions for you.

Let me know if it does not help you.

 

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Actually that will work. I have seen a sight in target for 25 yards=300 yard zero that will assist in getting the ACOG set until you can get out and try the real distance, but can't find it now. Thanks Todd
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Originally posted by tbledsoe tbledsoe wrote:

Actually that will work. I have seen a sight in target for 25 yards=300 yard zero that will assist in getting the ACOG set until you can get out and try the real distance, but can't find it now. Thanks Todd

 

I know what you mean.

 

What rifle are you shooting?

 

Wealth of info on AR15.com concerning ACOG's.

 

Read "Mithrans" ACOG sticky at the top of this forum for more good info on and about the ACOG.

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I am shooting a Rock River 14.5 inch barrel with a flash suppressor to make it legal. Nothing fancy. Just a plain jane M4 style looking gun.
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Originally posted by tbledsoe tbledsoe wrote:

I am shooting a Rock River 14.5 inch barrel with a flash suppressor to make it legal. Nothing fancy. Just a plain jane M4 style looking gun.

 

Do you have the RR optional 2 stage trigger or a 1 stage?

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It has a Rock River upper (bolt, carrier, reciever,barrel), M3 Aimpoint, Yankee Hill light weight picatanny forearm, Yankee Hill flip up sights, DPMS Lower (bought as one unit) with a one stage standard trigger. I built it over a few months time. Shoots really well, especially with all types of ammo (wolf included). I am planning on building one that is for match grade shooting for groups.
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http://www.opticstalk.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=4562&PN=2

 

Here's some info on my blaster.

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Nice gun. The only extra thing I did was with the extractor, wolff extra power spring and a Defender. It has never choked.
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Originally posted by tbledsoe tbledsoe wrote:

It has never choked.

 

Mine either...

Actually, my buddy's Bushmaster was having some issues with some handloads. Failure to feed.

Might have been his magazine, I don't know.

He handed me about 10 or 12, my middy ate right up.

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