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    Diamondhead ISS are kickass...

    Hey dudes - I broke in my new enhanced trigger, FAST stock, and diamondheads this weekend. The new trigger is absurdly great, but I'm also really happy with the diamondheads, which I got new on ebay for $170. Someone on this forum recommended them to me and I can't remember who or I'd thank them for it. I shot this group with a bi-pod at 25m (for a 25/300 zero) right out of the box -- not zero'd yet. Once adjusted I proceeded to eat the center out of the target. For me, they're an excellent BUIS for the XCR -- only bummed that they aren't spring assisted but no biggie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fivesidedpolygon View Post
    Hey dudes - I broke in my new enhanced trigger, FAST stock, and diamondheads this weekend. The new trigger is absurdly great, but I'm also really happy with the diamondheads, which I got new on ebay for $170. Someone on this forum recommended them to me and I can't remember who or I'd thank them for it. I shot this group with a bi-pod at 25m (for a 25/300 zero) right out of the box -- not zero'd yet. Once adjusted I proceeded to eat the center out of the target. For me, they're an excellent BUIS for the XCR -- only bummed that they aren't spring assisted but no biggie.

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    Have a set of diamonds myself. I'm guessing SeanK was the one who recommended them.

    I love the diamonds for CQB target acquisition. My only complaints are the lack of elevation control on the rear sight, and the windage adjustment requires a tool. For BUIS in the $200 range (what I paid), they should be feature rich. Keeping $370 out of Troy Industries hands...priceless.
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    Hey, as long as your money didn't go to Troy....that's all that matters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean K. View Post
    Hey, as long as your money didn't go to Troy....that's all that matters.
    What is everybody's beef with Troy? Just wondering.

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    "Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human liberty. It is the argument of tyrants; the creed of slaves."-William Pitt the Younger

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    Troy is a bargain.
    With 10 sets of BUIS bought, you can get a "high risk warrant service" raid on your home!
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