:smt023 I see ya got a 22 for cheaper plinking ............But I think you just photoshopped all them 99's:mrgreen:
Those are some strange lookin' kids you got there, Ship. :mrgreen:
Do ya think I have a thing for hard chrome?
Yea, I just got that buckmark. I had to settle for one with a short 4" barrel, but then someone sold me a new, unused 5 1/2" buckmark barrel for $30. And, I put my own fiber optic front sight on it. I just sold the shorter barrel for $30 too, so I got my money back.
The holosight on the carbine (P90 is it?) is very high off the barrel. I'd imagine that makes for big variations in the POI if you're not very near the point where you sighted it in. Have you noticed this?
I get about the same variation as the stock sight - Just like an AR that would be sited in at 50 yards, there is some variation. At 25 yards, It's about 2 inches low. Its about an inch or so high at 100 yards. The round can go out to 200 yards, but with my eyes, shooting past 100 yards w/o magnification is hard. Hell, even 100 yards is tough for me - I generally shoot at 50 yards.
This isn't a long range weapon. If I was shooting at 200-400 yards, then it might be a bigger issue. When compared to the stock sight, and for what the gun is designed for, it's really a non issue.
At point blank to under 25 yards, I know where to place the reticle in order for the gun to hit where I want - that comes to some practice at various ranges. I also have a laser set at 7 yards (indoor range).
What happened to the Glock w/ tactical light? Don't tell me you dropped it off at the nearest fire station...
Nice looking family.
Nice lookin' guns. Hey, do you like P99s or what? :smt082 :smt082