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Posted: 9/3/2004 9:21:55 PM EST
[Last Edit: 9/10/2004 8:28:10 PM EST by dennysguns]
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Very nice.

Is that a GG&G FSB? Very nice combo of parts.
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[Last Edit: 9/4/2004 5:14:07 AM EST by dennysguns]
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Damn awesome!
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Originally Posted By dennysguns:
Definately sub-minute of Tango

Denny



Bring it out to the Boomershoot! We're very happy to have people bring quiet, long-range toys out.
Link Posted: 9/4/2004 10:27:55 AM EST
Denny,

Beautiful rifle! How heavy is the MRF as compared to the KAC or DD free float rails?
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What is the exact profile (numbers) of the barrel?
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As usual, awesome rifle Denny! Now go buy a Troy 7.62 CQB-SPC suppressor for your DPMS so you can let me know how well it works before I buy one for my AR-10T.
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Originally Posted By dennysguns:
The groups suck down without the can. Suppressors cause quite a bit of turbulence around the bullet as it passes thru the can. Groups with Black Hills 77gr and Fed 69 run one hole, approx .40 without the silencer attached.

That is actually a great group with a can attached. The two shots out of the single hole were most likely me, but the rifle is no better than the shooter.

Denny



I thought cans increase accuracy? Shows you what I know....
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I like to share my toys

Denny



Denny,
I'd love to swing down from Omaha one weekend to shoot with you, and I'm betting MrRogers1 would love to as well. Drop me an IM if that would be a possibility!!
GIFFMANN
Link Posted: 9/5/2004 3:26:29 PM EST

Originally Posted By dennysguns:
Been waitin' since April. Steve has my SOT and the cans are on order.

Denny



When it comes in and ya get a chance to play with it, drop me an IM or email on your impressions.
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Originally Posted By dennysguns:
Breycor

A common misconception most likely promulgated by can manufacturers. In my experience the most you can expect is a minimal degradation of accuracy with a silencer and minimal point of impact shift. Most silencers require a re-zero of the weapon or at least knowing how many clicks. With irons and inside 100 yds, ie CQB it doesn't matter much, but means a lot for the sniper utilizing a silencer.

Denny



Thanks for your reply.

I'm getting the AAC m4-2000 which has no moving parts www.advanced-armament.com/products/rifles/m42k.asp

Is accuracy still an issue?

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Originally Posted By Breycor:

Originally Posted By dennysguns:
Breycor

A common misconception most likely promulgated by can manufacturers. In my experience the most you can expect is a minimal degradation of accuracy with a silencer and minimal point of impact shift. Most silencers require a re-zero of the weapon or at least knowing how many clicks. With irons and inside 100 yds, ie CQB it doesn't matter much, but means a lot for the sniper utilizing a silencer.

Denny



Thanks for your reply.

I'm getting the AAC m4-2000 which has no moving parts www.advanced-armament.com/products/rifles/m42k.asp

Is accuracy still an issue?




If I'm reading Denny's earlier post correctly, the degradation of accuracy is caused by gas turbulance jostling the bullet as it leaves the barrel. If this is the case, you're likely to experience the same problems with your AAC can.
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Wow, that's really nice looking!

Are you going to try the LaRue rails Denny?

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That's a nice rifle. Maybe I can have one like that someday, if my better half would be more understanding.
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I'm surprised no one has asked yet......How loud is it with the can? Does ammo make a sonic crack?
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Originally Posted By 7point62_AssAssin:
I'm surprised no one has asked yet......How loud is it with the can? Does ammo make a sonic crack?



Yes 5.56 makes a sonic crack unless you use sub sonic ammo.
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Originally Posted By Corporal_Chaos:

Originally Posted By 7point62_AssAssin:
I'm surprised no one has asked yet......How loud is it with the can? Does ammo make a sonic crack?



Yes 5.56 makes a sonic crack unless you use sub sonic ammo.



How can it fragment if it's subsonic?
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Originally Posted By new-arguy:
Im not sure that it can?



Not conventional ammo. Better to just get a .22 and suppress it in my opinion.
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Very sexy build!

Do you happen to donate to charity?

(as in, poor college student)




You do great stuff Denny!


- BG
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EXCELLENT!
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