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  • Dago
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    Originally posted by cadpipe View Post
    tried the night vision on a standard AR15, it set too high, tried to use it on my FNC, rigged up a cheek riser to make it work better, still not happy with it that way. Went to a gun show today, peiced together an AR15 mutt to mount the night vision on, DPMS lower and mixed bag upper, bolt and t handle, used a riser mount that I had. It sets up perfect, no cheek riser needed, shot 50 rounds no malfunctions, didn't need to adjust the scope at all, it's dead on, shoots just high enough on the indoor range, to be on at 100 yards. A perfect gun day! :))
    lil off-topic... but I had that same exact pattern couch 7 years ago... LOL didn't know it was common, I mean mine was L-shaped... and got it at Montgommary Wards... 1994 about..(San Diego)..and yeah, thats a nice setup.. heh...definitely light up as you say that hunting :D
    Last edited by Dago; 25 Sep 08,, 05:23.

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  • Blue
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    AHEM!!!! Gentlemen....My new CC pistol!! Obtained on Tue. Killing me till Sat when I get to shoot!!

    May I direct your attention to the Kimber RCPII. Oh Yeah!! I am gloating!!

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  • dalem
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    Taurus PT-145.

    And I can claim membership in the ironic group of those who shoot their friend's gun better.

    My buddy has a CZ-75 9mm that might as well be a laser pointer attached to my finger. Point-> Bingo!

    But do I own a CZ-75 in 9mm? No.

    -dale

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  • gunnut
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    Originally posted by dalem View Post
    Gunnut-

    The reason I don't like my Sig is that I really don't shoot it well. Also it was my first semi-auto and since then I've bought pistols that fit my hand and shooting style a lot better. So nothing against your baby! ;) It's me, it's not it.

    Now that I'm having a love affair with my new Taurus I hope you can still forgive me for ignoring my P229.

    -dale
    I completely understand. I found out I am a better shot with my friend's factory refurbished Glock 17 than my Sig 9mm. Althought his Glock pulls to the left for me... I was able to put 10 rounds in a 1" group at about 7 yards, they just pull to about 3" to the left. I can put rounds around the aim point with my Sigs, but the pattern is much larger.

    I love Taurus revolvers. I need to get another one, or two. I have never tried their autos though. I guess you really like yours. What model is it again?

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  • cadpipe
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    non mounted night vision

    Originally posted by toemag View Post
    I'll take one of each please.

    I was wondering about getting one of them NVG's for my AR15, for deer hunting as the seem to be staying put during the day light hours, even twilight can come and go without them moving an inch, but night time they are all over the place. The only thing stopping me is that they are legal to own here but it would be illegal to mount one on a weapon

    Nice gun's

    Tony
    there is infared available, that can be used but not mounted, a head mounted infared light source and infared goggles, would "light up" a good area, wouls even work good for home defense as few burglars wear infared goggles during a crime. I don't know if deer can see infared, conjures up a picture of combat ready Bambi!;) Xenopus Electronix -- Ultraviolet flashlight and Blood Tracking flashlight products

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  • toemag
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    Originally posted by 7thsfsniper View Post
    ^^^^^^

    Oh yeah! Bottom one looks just right!:):)
    I'll take one of each please.

    I was wondering about getting one of them NVG's for my AR15, for deer hunting as the seem to be staying put during the day light hours, even twilight can come and go without them moving an inch, but night time they are all over the place. The only thing stopping me is that they are legal to own here but it would be illegal to mount one on a weapon

    Nice gun's

    Tony

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  • Blue
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    ^^^^^^

    Oh yeah! Bottom one looks just right!:):)

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  • cadpipe
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    night vision scope

    tried the night vision on a standard AR15, it set too high, tried to use it on my FNC, rigged up a cheek riser to make it work better, still not happy with it that way. Went to a gun show today, peiced together an AR15 mutt to mount the night vision on, DPMS lower and mixed bag upper, bolt and t handle, used a riser mount that I had. It sets up perfect, no cheek riser needed, shot 50 rounds no malfunctions, didn't need to adjust the scope at all, it's dead on, shoots just high enough on the indoor range, to be on at 100 yards. A perfect gun day! :))
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  • dalem
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    Gunnut-

    The reason I don't like my Sig is that I really don't shoot it well. Also it was my first semi-auto and since then I've bought pistols that fit my hand and shooting style a lot better. So nothing against your baby! ;) It's me, it's not it.

    Now that I'm having a love affair with my new Taurus I hope you can still forgive me for ignoring my P229.

    -dale

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  • gunnut
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    Originally posted by THL View Post
    I BOUGHT IT!!!!

    Right after I had the baby I went in and bought it!! Confed and I have only taken it to the range once so far though. How fun is that - the little pink gun. Its the cutest little thing I have ever seen...and, as we all know, CUTE is of utmost importance when selecting the correct firearm. :P
    WE DEMAND PICS!!!

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