AR15 Pistol

Akheloce

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Well I ordered my new upper so I'll have to decide on a barrel length soon, I'll start a new thread if I go that route, thanks!


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7.5 is impractical but fun, 10.5 is about perfect. I went with impractical but fun.

I can put 2 to the chest and 1 to the head at 25 yards faster than anything I've shot since the MP-5. Lots of fun and utility if need be.
 

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7.5 is impractical but fun, 10.5 is about perfect. I went with impractical but fun.

I can put 2 to the chest and 1 to the head at 25 yards faster than anything I've shot since the MP-5. Lots of fun and utility if need be.

Thanks that's good info!


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Put a Noveske piggy brake on the 223, tames that muzzle blast nicely.

I took your advice and got a piggy break, all i can say is thank you.
What a difference it made, lots of fun to shoot now.
 

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I run a NOVESKE built 6.8 SPC pistol with a 12.5" barrel and a KX-5 Muzzle devise. The KX-5 allows me to take coyote shots without hearing protection.
 

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I've run the pig (the old one, not the KX-5) on 5.56 SBR's with various barrel lengths and they certainly do send the blast forward and maybe my ears are just very sensitive, but I wouldn't shoot them without ear protection. Maybe some of the noise is supersonic crack but it still hurts my ears. JMHO.
 

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Yeah, mine is still loud, but certainly not offensive to shoot. I still wear ears,

If you want to spend even more money, the Geisele super dynamic 3-gun is perfect for a pistol- makes it a perfect short range multi-tapper
 

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That is what I am using, with the light spring. In makes for a sweet walk'around pistol (Short, Light) but accurate and powerful enough for 300 yard engagements. Only down-side is, if it is a hurry shot......I tend to get my nose bonked by the charging handle....... (I forget that the 115 gr. 6.8 SPC has just enough recoil to bonk).

Geisele super dynamic 3-gun is perfect for a pistol- makes it a perfect short range multi-tapper
 

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From the shoulder ... Ehem... I mean from the arm brace, I can reliably hit a man size target at 100 with rapid fire (body body head).

I've never tried longer, but I can hold 3-4" standing off hand at 100. 300 would be a stretch with the sights I have IMO (redfield red- dot)
 

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I just mount it like a rifle, put the cheek-weld into the foam covered "PISTOL" buffer tube, everything is the same as mounting a rifle, but there is NO shoulder contact, just the short tube. I often run a Leupold Mark-4 MR/T 1.5-5X20MM Illuminated CM-R2 TM in a swing-arm QR mount. This is my flagship optic, I can't over hype this optic. This reticle is in a class all by it's self. http://www.leupold.com/reticles/cm-r2-illuminated/


From the shoulder ... Ehem... I mean from the arm brace, I can reliably hit a man size target at 100 with rapid fire (body body head).

I've never tried longer, but I can hold 3-4" standing off hand at 100. 300 would be a stretch with the sights I have IMO (redfield red- dot)
 

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