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Armalite AR10A4 20" Heavy Barrel 308
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PTR-91F 18" Barrel Green Furniture
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PostSubject: Which One?   Mon Apr 11, 2011 3:50 pm

Okay I am trying my skills at posting a poll!!! (Maybe, Maybe Not!) Which one should I get? I am going to get one before the week is over and just curious which one you guys and gals might recommend!!!


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PostSubject: Re: Which One?   Mon Apr 11, 2011 4:19 pm

Have no idea what these are. Can you post pictures and some specs on them?

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PostSubject: Re: Which One?   Mon Apr 11, 2011 4:46 pm

AR-10A4 .308 RIFLE BLACK FLAT TOP 10A4BF
: .308, 7.62 Barrel: 20" Double lapped chrome lined, Flash Suppressor, Front Sight: Picatinny Rail Gas block, Rear Sight: none, picatinny gas block detachable sight, Upper Receiver: Forged flattop with picatinny rail, Weight: 9.6 lbs, Length: 41", Trigger: Tactical 2 stage. New in box w 2 mags 1 10 Round 1 20 round. With forward assist Black stock.

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PostSubject: Re: Which One?   Mon Apr 11, 2011 4:49 pm

BRAND: PTR 91 Inc # OF MAGS: 1
MODEL: PTR-91F Special Edition Rifle SAFETY: Manual Safety
TYPE: Rifle SIGHTS: Ft: Blade Rr: Peep, 4 Position Diopter
CALIBER: 308 BARREL LENGTH: 18"
FINISH: Grey Parkerized OVERALL LENGTH: 40"
ACTION: Semi-Automatic WEIGHT: 9.0 lbs
STOCK: Green Synthetic PACKAGING: Black Hard Case with Trigger Lock
CAPACITY: 20+1 FEATURES: Black H&K Navy Type Polymer Trigger Group
CHOKES: FEATURES: Green Buttstock, Green Slimline Fore End
CHAMBER: BUTT PLATE: Green Hard Rubber Butt Plate
MUZZLE: Flash Hider RECEIVER: Grey Parkerized

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PostSubject: Re: Which One?   Mon Apr 11, 2011 4:52 pm

BRAND: FNH USA # OF MAGS: 1
MODEL: FNAR Heavy Barrel SAFETY: Crossbolt Safety
TYPE: Rifle SIGHTS: No Sight
CALIBER: 308 BARREL LENGTH: 20" Heavy Contour Fluted Barrel
FINISH: Black Matte OVERALL LENGTH: 41.50"
ACTION: Semi-Automatic WEIGHT: 10 lbs
STOCK: Matte Black Synthetic PACKAGING:
CAPACITY: 20+1 FEATURES: Gas Operated AutoLoader, Ambi Magazine Release
CHOKES: FEATURES: Textured Pistol Grip, Sling Swivel Studs
CHAMBER: BUTT PLATE:
MUZZLE: RECEIVER: Black Matte, Top Mounted MIL-STD 1913 Acc Rail

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PostSubject: Re: Which One?   Mon Apr 11, 2011 4:53 pm

New toys! New toys! The more I look the more I want one of each!!! LMAO!!

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PostSubject: Re: Which One?   Tue Apr 12, 2011 5:35 am

Don't know bud. they all look good. I'd probably go FNH. Only because I am familiar with the brand, but they are probably all good rifles

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PostSubject: Re: Which One?   Wed Apr 13, 2011 1:23 pm

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Sorry but I can't help you out here, I have no idea what these longy things are.
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PostSubject: Re: Which One?   Sun Apr 17, 2011 2:43 pm

Okay! Here is the rest of the story! KI wanted something that would reach out and touch someone at 1,000 yards!!! I also wanted it to be able to shoot MOA at 100 and 200 yards consistently. After 200 yards I Will probably never have the need to use it on a regular basis as I am not going into competitive shooting but I want to be able to reach 1,000 yards and hit a target! So the shorter 16" barrels just will not do that. I really wanted to be in the 20 to 24 inch barrels but that limits the usefulness to carry it around as I do. So I have settled for the 18" PTR91 in the green/black configuration. I am putting a 8x32x50 illuminated scope with a bipod on it. That is all I know for the time being and it should be in by the end of the week. I will post some pictures of it when it gets here and I get the scope mounted. I am really excited about it and am looking forward to getting it sighted in and trying to make a 1,000 yard shot! I may have to drive a couple of hours to get to a friend's house where we can set up for a 1,000 yard shot. Most I can do in my 15 acres is around 350 yards! 1,000 yards is a really long way!!! LMAO!!

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PostSubject: Re: Which One?   Tue Apr 19, 2011 3:18 pm

With an 18" barrel and using some quality 168 or 175 gr. match loads you could do really reach out and touch someone, with a little luck and no wind. It takes 18" of barrel to fully burn the propellant, anything shorter will give large flashes. It takes 10" to reach it's volocity. Enjoy... the 308 is the most versitle round ever developed.
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PostSubject: Re: Which One?   Wed Apr 20, 2011 10:45 am

Good info to have.
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PostSubject: Re: Which One?   Wed Apr 20, 2011 1:47 pm

I'll take a bolt action over these semi's any day. I'm liking Ruger's new Scout.


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PostSubject: Re: Which One?   Sat May 28, 2011 5:25 am

Okay!!! Update!!! I broke down and bought the PTR-91!! I love it and it looks great. Ordered a couple of toys for it and the rail mount for the scope was backordered for 4 to 6 weeks. I just thought about how long I own a rifle or handgun once I get them and thought what the heck. 4 to 6 weeks to get exactly what I wanted is nothing in the grand scheme of things! Ordered a bipod to help the old unsteady hands and improve accuracy! Had to have a new handguard to mount the bipod on so everything is black now except for the green stock. I will get a new stock for it as soon as I see one I like! Put an 8x32x60 illuminated scope on it and it is awesome. Just got it all in this past week and now I have to mow and clean up around the place all weekend long. It will be next week before I can go out and sight it in! I will get some new pictures of it with all the accessories hung on it to post when I get to the range. First time in my life I ever thought I had something that might shoot consistently at 200 yards or better. I am really excited about this thing and looking forward to seeing what it will do. I believe it is something that is way beyond my ability but I am going to find out. I will probably zero it in at 220 yards as that is what I am used to at the rifle range at my buddy's place. We are working on putting in a 500 yard target and will have it ready before much longer!!! We will find out what this baby will do before it is all over!!! Oh, BTW, it has a name and there is a long story that goes with it. For now - it is called "Fedex"!!! Maybe one of these days I will take time to share the story behind it but from my perspective, it is funnier than hell!!!

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PostSubject: Re: Which One?   Sat May 28, 2011 3:27 pm

Well good for you, partner. They are a nice looking piece of equipment. I wish you many accurate hits with it, and above all safe shooting. I'm confident you will bring them little peices of copper and lead into the 500 yard mark.
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