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Posted: 12/27/2003 6:14:35 AM EDT
Does the SIR M version have an advantage over the C version of the same model? Thanks.
Link Posted: 12/27/2003 6:41:02 AM EDT
Link Posted: 12/27/2003 7:33:36 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/27/2003 10:16:58 AM EDT by Yojimbo]
Ditto what the Ricker said!

IMHO, the advantages of the SIR M over the SIR C are negligible but the loss of versatility of the M models is real issue.  Ironically the military testers preferred the C models over the M models for this reason.  The C model allows the rifle or carbine to maintain features that will allow it to easily go back to the standard configuraton as needed.  As usual YMMV...
Link Posted: 12/27/2003 10:21:46 AM EDT
I see no reason to have a delta ring since it had one purpose in life and that purpose is gone with any of the rail system types put on over the barrel. The M model SIR'S are lighter with the aprox. 2oz of delta assembly removed. They are more stream lined with less sticking out, and a bit more rigid.
Jack
Link Posted: 12/27/2003 10:25:05 AM EDT
Originally Posted By 3rdtk:
I see no reason to have a delta ring since it had one purpose in life and that purpose is gone with any of the rail system types put on over the barrel. The M model SIR'S are lighter with the aprox. 2oz of delta assembly removed. They are more stream lined with less sticking out, and a bit more rigid.
Jack
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True, but it's still easier to install a SIR C...[;)]
Link Posted: 12/27/2003 11:00:17 AM EDT
There both easy to install, the M version takes maybe 3-5 minutes longer to cut off the alum delta ring assembly with a dremel tool. plus needle nose plyers to grab the delta spring.:)
Jack
Link Posted: 12/28/2003 2:08:29 AM EDT
What is the lowest price for the SIR and where can I get them? I think all SIRs, regardless of model or version, cost the same, right?
Link Posted: 12/28/2003 5:18:06 AM EDT
Originally Posted By dgo7:
What is the lowest price for the SIR and where can I get them? I think all SIRs, regardless of model or version, cost the same, right?
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Check EE for the best pricing.  All the SIRS can be had for under $400.  The carbine length slimline models are about $360 while the mid and full length models are closer to $400.  You may even get lucky and find someone selling a used one for less.
Link Posted: 12/28/2003 5:40:39 AM EDT
What does EE stand for? :)
Link Posted: 12/28/2003 6:03:13 AM EDT
Originally Posted By dgo7:
What does EE stand for? :)
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