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Okay Whos got one and how well does it work. I am thinking about getting one for my 24” SS Bull Barrel ar15 but I am concerned about the fitment as I don’t want to screw the upper up. I hardly shoot the gun cause the cost of ammo, as I usually shoot surplus and with the .223 chamber on this upper I rarely shoot it. Link here:
http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/ARR059-21126-1884.html

Also how acurate could this be to 100 Yards?
 
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I've had one since X-mas. Shoots great I've had maybe 2 FTF shooting maybe 1000 rounds. I haven't tried to shoot groups at 100yds but I was doing about 1" at 50 with open sights. I can hit a 11"X8" steel plate at 100 yards all day. No fitting problems it drops right in.
 
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+1 to agalindo's post. I love mine as well. Probalby had about the same abount of FTF. Occassionaly I'll get a 3 round burst shoot through which I guess can be cool lol. I'd say it's pretty accurate out to 100 yards. I love it, definitely get an extra 30 round mag or two though. The one I got came w/ a 30 round mag and I bought another for I think $50? VERY worth it. I can't even imagine reloading a 10 round mag over and over again.
 
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Don't spend the money on the Ciener mags.

Get them from Black Dog Machine http://www.terrafirmascripts.com/

They are plastic and $30 each or 6 for $150.

The 22s have a lower POI because they have less velocity and mass so they hit lower. This isn't an issue if have a rear sight with an elevation adjustment but is a pain when you have BUIS.

I am much more accurate with 223s so I think it really depends on the 22 ammo. I have some expensive 22s that seem to be more accurate but I also buy bulk packs for fun.

Others have mentioned that it is not very accurate unless you have a dedicated upper.

Check our ar15.com as they have a bunch of info about them.
 
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