>>28544070 I could agree with this. I'd never suggest one to someone else, but I like firing a gun with some kick. I see them as cheap as $600 so it's a relatively cheap, .308 rifle. Just don't use it for anything serious.
How does he have so much sponsorship at only 2147 subscribers?
Anyway, he doesn't know how to use a fucking IR thermometer, the further away it is from the target, the wider the measured area. Some guns are focusing, but that's a small percentage and that focus point only occurs in one position 12-16 inches from the front.
>need new handguards if you're oper8ing on mars Nigger, mars is COLD as fuck.
>the charging handle keeps moving No, it doesn't reciprocate, dickhead.
>over 9001 FTEs, even on the first magazine Fuck that shit.
Traded a C-93 for one of these a couple of weeks ago. Have always wanted to get into this platform. I hadn't found the more negative reviews until after I bought it, it ran good the one time I've had it out so far though. I guess I'll see how it goes. I've usually had pretty good luck with Century stuff, the C-93 was one of my best rifles.
I am a HUGE fucking sucker for the G3 simply because it is the ONLY battle rifle and along with maybe just the L85, the only mass produced firearm in which the shooter can fire a grenade from the under slung GL AND have the bayonet fixed at the same time.
I'm a bayonet kind of guy and the kind of guy that will put on a GL if a weapon is compatible with one.
>>28548793 >Break in period Is this the oldest meme in the book? I've never had a gun that just suddenly stopped sucking after a certain number of rounds. Either it was perfect from the start or it sucked ass from the start, it doesn't magically stop sucking horse dick after X number of rounds.
>>28551193 My sig 1911 and CZ 75 didn't have that problem, both worked flawless out of the box. >>28551289 Again, I have never had this happen. My AK still has a sticky chamber even after a couple hundred rounds and multiple stuck casings.
>>28551164 I'm not an expert (obviously, I'm on /k/), but from what I understand, new rollers need to wear a little to slick up. When they build a roller lock rifle, they have to pick a set of rollers from a variety of differently dimensioned sets (pic related, they go from -8 to +8), to match the rollers to that specific bolt/trunnion combo. So if they're on the tight side, the roller/trunnion surfaces need to smooth out before the gun can eject reliably.
>Military Arms Channel 9 hours ago ...cocking tube. I cringe every time you call it a gas tube. :) I know, I do that too. I have it in my contract I'm allowed one stupid comment per video. I usually say 2 or 3 so I'm in a perpetual state of contract violations.
I was curious about the century rifles for a little bit because if I can get a reliable sturdy .308 for less, great. I know in many instances with guns you get what you pay for, but I like saving money.
You got the basic idea down which is that there are different sizes of rollers. Obviously they have different sizes because not all trunions and boltheads are the same and overtime, a roller-lock gun will wear. The rollers themselves are one of the components that affect the bolt gap (the space between the back of the bolthead and the bolt carrier). The bolt gap has to be in a certain range for it to be considered good otherwise it could lead to problems with the gun such as the rollers releasing too soon or the carrier slamming into the back of the bolt.
Like any machined surface, they can need to be smoothed out through careful operational use which is why it's important to measure the gap constantly during the break in period making sure that all the parts are properly set with each other.
What? Whatever gave you the idea that it was meme?
Machined surfaces are not perfectly smooth from the factory. You smooth them out through use. I know PTR has a break-in procedure in their manual. It's not just guns either. It is recommended that new cars shouldn't be revved very high during their break-in period. This smooths out the bore and allows the piston rings to seat properly. The first oil change is not uncommon to see some metal particles.
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