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- August 13, 1991
- Paintball, trail riding, shooting rifles, hunting, Freerunning, Parkour
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04 August 2013 - 02:32 AMIt's been a long time since I was on here last, as well. Looking at some of my old posts was a throwback for me, and not all of them in a good way... I had some terrible posts back in the day, lol. Learned a few lessons on this site, I can say that much. Anyway, yeah, things have sure changed here. Brigade is gone, a bunch of other stuff is gone. Dust in the wind, I guess.
30 July 2012 - 11:11 PMErrm, what do you mean "go together"? Do you mean, medium rifleman is the primary position a commander plays apart from commander, or do you mean MR's are good support for the commander? Please be more specific.
30 June 2012 - 10:41 PMOne, Sonny Lopez is not allow to shave his goatee/beard off, ever. I didn't recognize him haha.
Two, this is for the hardcore Mil-Simmers that don't think the Tiberius guns look close enough. Before, they've only had Rap4 and Milsig for their mag-fed stuff (Or ATS if they're not worried about looks). But none of those are really sniper rifles. This fits a very niche market. You won't see many of these around, no, but the ones you do will be effective. Those mags look about the size of a Barrett's, maybe a little smaller. But someone shooting this probably won't be shooting more than 5 magazines a round.
Also, always good to see Traci haha
You are absolutely right. This gun is built for the HK MILSIM folks. So, I guess if I was HK about milsim, I would buy this gun, because it looks hot, and is built tough (from what I can see). But, I'm about performance and value, not pure milsim.
30 June 2012 - 10:28 PMOn one hand I can understand the merits of having a spotting scope or sight of some sort. Being able to spot and relay enemy positions can be very useful and at times indispensable when deploying squads on the field. Good intel is something any good commander appreciates greatly. But for me, I live in an area devoid of big games where this would actually be useful, so it would just be another expensive piece of gear to pack that ends up not being used.
Still, I can understand having one if you go to a lot of big games. I mean, on my T9.1, I just have the red dot that came with it for the sight, no zoom. I don't need the zoom when the farthest I can shoot and reasonably expect it to hit my target is 100 yards. But, as previously mentioned, it would be useful at big games to be able to accurately call in enemy positions, even if you are not in the same AO as the opfor squad.
As for the setup, you probably wouldn't even need an expensive optic, because the expensive ones were designed with the recoil of a rifle in mind (so's their targeting reticule isn't knocked out of sight every time you fire). As long as the image is fairly clear, you have good zoom, and as you mentioned the eye relief is enough to allow for your mask, it should work.
09 September 2011 - 11:52 PMFalse.
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