Discussion in 'On Topic' started by AustinL911, Oct 16, 2008.
looks like the barrel wobbles/flexes too
<hushed, raspy tone> Now watch, as this fifty cal rips through a 3" block of adamantium and blows apart the bad guy.</hushed, raspy tone>
<Smug, self-satisfied, I'm-so-awesome-because-I-was-a-SEAL-for-ten-years tone>I wouldn't want to be that guy. This is the real deal and it's on the front lines.</Smug, self-satisfied, I'm-so-awesome-because-I-was-a-SEAL-for-ten-years tone>
All bbls will flex. Even from .22LR
yeah that about covers it
Looks like they could do with some more R&D time. Barrel flex happens all the time, on all calibers. But jesus, the entire damn gun like it's gonna snap!
And that is why it's usually recommended to get high-quality optics and mounts, especially for hard-use or hard-kicking applications.
Stuff not designed to stand up to that treatment will break, and fast.
love the show, but jesus christ does he have to be such a douchebag?
but bro, UTG makes perfectly acceptable products
Obviously not a Larue mount.
LaRue mounts actually eliminate 89% of felt recoil to the shooter.
And make the owner 22% more manly.