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After flirting for weeks and then finally getting the courage to ask it out, we had our first date today.



I took her to Wasatch Shooter's range in Kaysville and though it was a tad bit cold it was otherwise a great day to be on the range. Our first dance was a little bit awkward with some poor leading and few stepped on toes but things quickly smoothed out.

Sighting in @ 50 yards


Then easily finding zero @ 100 yards


Put 200 rounds of Lake City M193C and 100 rounds of Winchester M855 through it and only had one hiccup when it double fed M193. That was somewhere around the 270th round in brand new Pmag. I had to open up the rifle and mess with the bolt to get it cleared. Not a big deal and pretty reasonable for a virgin rifle. I'm looking forward to dialing down the gas pressure as 300 rounds on 4 really puts a sting in the hands. My one gripe is the trigger. It needs some serious help. I found it very difficult to control the trigger on the way back to reset. It's a pretty funky pull to the reset point and then it's hair trigger to fire. That said it's still light years ahead of a typical stock mil spec AR-15 trigger.
 

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Nice report.

Trigger slap is an issue, so you dont let the trigger out, it forces itself out. Best advice is dont try and ride the link.
 

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Sit at home and dry fire while watching TV, it will help smooth the trigger out a bit. You could always send of off to Bill have have him work it over for you, it is good $$$ spent.
 

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Sit at home and dry fire while watching TV, it will help smooth the trigger out a bit. You could always send of off to Bill have have him work it over for you, it is good $$$ spent.
Or just wait for the match trigger. Shouldn't be long now....
 
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