Secluded mang: why do u have the under sight scope mounts that doesnt help you con also
fix the hammer issue by moving the scope forward a bit
biggyrat57: I have one in .22 hornet with a Bushnell 10x40 fixed mil dot. A real
Sono Guap: I got one in .30-06
02lb72500HD: @huntinguy532 they arent the same round. they measure almost the same but
the 5.56 does have higher case pressures than a typical 223
huntinguy532: @Roflzmahwoflz Yes a very good Idea for a new or expericend shooter single
shot hammer to pull back on helps keep things safer when your starting out
(Not bad mouthing your abilities as a shooter or your saftey practices)
huntinguy532: @SumthnfancyProject No I talking of out in the woods id be givin a c7 if I
went to war
huntinguy532: @chasest123 My dad had that rifle since I was born it was all he had at
that time and likes how its set up
halo2gunner: .233 bullbarrel original stock with a weaver adjustable 16power
huntinguy532: Thanks for helping me clear up this issue that has been happening in my
comment box,now I take it your a U.S. marine and I usally shoot winchester
223 ammo lol,thanks cant go wrong with one of these rifles.
sweg biggums: @705Ibanez it does affect accuracy/ range if too hot
705Ibanez: bull barrel for longer ranges? They are made to not heat up as fast so they
stay accurate while target shooting, nothing to do with range
Peidmonte89: I am getting a gun like this but with woodstock and in .243. Where can I
get a but hammer like the one you had? Cuz Im gonna be using it for deer
hunting and using a scope. I got big hands too.
GibsonTick: Very nice rifles, these. I own a .45-70 and a .30-30, had a .223 I sold and
regret selling. I am planning on buying another one in .270 next year, and
possibly another .223.
Goindeff: Ive got the 500 S&W check out the vid
gnigged68: 5.56 in either the M193 or M855 runs at about 60-62k psi. SAAMI specs for
.223 run at 55k psi. SAAMI does not regulate 5.56 pressure. Some of the
Malaysian M193 loads run at 67k psi. They are also dimensionally different.
You probably buy Remington Green box .223 anyways so it shouldn't be an
issue. I've been in the Marines for 7 years, and not ONCE has anyone ever
told me the difference between .223 and 556. I doubt soldiers know either.
lol Nice rifle btw. Looking at one myself.
troympayne: Not a big fan of recoil? Are you scarred of the kick? My cousin is 5ft and
60ibs and he shoots 30-06, 30-30, 12 gauges, 16 gauges, etc. all damn day
and with better accuracy then most people I ever shot with. I would
recommend buying a older model 30-06 with a wooden or steel plate butt.
Shoot it all day and get used to the recoil.
Peidmonte89: I have bought H&R products be4. Their are no better quality guns for the
money. As a matter of fact they and Savage are my two favorites for rifles,
and H&R makes my favorite shotgun, The Pardner which I have in 12 gauge. I
am actually going to be buying a Handi-Rifle in 30-30 so that I can get
used to having some recoil but not paying alot for ammo. Also I will be
using it for whitetail so I really cant wait.
Jordan Buechler: I'm looking at getting one of these for my first gun. Good idea?
willgameforgirls: @Peidmonte89 look up clamp on off set hammer spur
huntinguy532: There the exact same round one is mesahured in metric and the other in
standard ask any canadian or american solider.
squall09sparks: I have a tactical version with a collapsible stock and it chambered for the
huntinguy532: They measure the exact same around one in metric and the other in standerd
willgameforgirls: @Peidmonte89 sorry just look up offset hammer spur on google and go to
shopping and it should be the top
troympayne: Pulling on the sling causes you to jump when you fire in most cases making
you miss your target. Other than that decent video and information.
huntinguy532: Check the new england firearms website call them or look at local gun shops
you well most likley have to call them if anything is wrong with it.
Obsidian23: Just to correct the gun is 223 they do not make a 5.56mm they are not
directly interchange u can use 223 in a 5.56 but not 5.56 in a 223. u could
damage the gun or blow up on you.
SumthnfancyProject: In the field? You went to war with that thing?!!?
chopperbilt: If its chambered .223 it's not safe to fire 5.56 in that rifle!