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I was introduced to the Steyr AUG/Austeyr F88 back when they first came into service in the Australian Army. So, getting one here in the US was like being reunited with an old friend. It may not be as much fun to shoot as some of my other rifles, but it is still the one I feel most comfortable with and am most familiar with. I don't pretend to be a great marksman these days, thanks to my rapidly deteriorating eyesight, but I have no worries ringing the 6" steel plate consistently at 300 yards.I will post my stuff asap.
How does the AUG shoot?
My first stamp took about 4 months, though I'm anticipating about 7 months for this one, with the post-election rush.
I like 5.45 because it is (was?) cheap. I like AKs because they are south-paw friendly and kinda exotic/interesting/cool history. So, my reasoning is less about general functionality than fun.Do you like the AK platforms because of the gas piston, bullet size, or comfort?
No problem. But I want one that was really on a helicopter. I don't want the paint gun.If you got about a quarter mil laying around I can probably locate an M 134 mini for you. Of course you'll need lots of paperwork and I'm sure several visits from the ATF will be in your future as well.
Dude, I think he was shooting at 300 meters range.Jesus Christ, a 9x19mm round is in no way accurate past 50 yards, tops. I understand these guys are expert shooters but that's just fucking crazy. 130 meters? No one should shoot a pistol at that range. No one. Period.
I think he started at 130, then 200, then 300.
Either way, no reasonable shooter would engage a target 3 football fields out. I mean, I've done it for fun at the target range with a RIFLE, but it's completely irresponsible with a pistol at that range.
EDIT - I don't think I've ever shot a pistol past 100 yards. What's the point?
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And yes, it's very impressive, for range shooting. But that's just irresponsible in real life. DIY back me up.