While I have been beating the eye relief issue to death, was wonder if anyone has much trigger time using the ACOGs on full auto and if the shorter eye relief of the TA31 (or TA01 NSN) is an issue vs. the TA11?
As one of my host applications for the time being is a HBAR (aka "poor mans" LMG upper), experiences from any SAW gunners would also be of interest alone with the more typical M4 or M16A2/A3/A4 usage.
Because of the interaction of stock and mounting, would be interested in knowing what type stock and mounting (carry handle vs. flat top) was use with the ACOGs.
Due to the dual nature of the this question, have also made a Cross Posting on M16 Full Auto Board
Background: While in theory there are limits on the tactical usage of aimed full auto fire from light weapons outside close ranges or for suppressive fire, my applications is for a longer range (20 to 300 yards this year) version of a subgun match using rifles (for some reason the MP5 owners do not want to shoot at over 100 yards .....).
What I find interesting, is doing this one slowly finds out that there are "limited uses of full auto fire at a distance" from a light weapon .... which is maybe why the John Browning made his so heavy .