Why is HK416 so perfect ???
Its the best gun in the last 200 years
I haven't noticed much of a difference when I've shot them. The 416 (well, MR556) is heavy enough that it probably cancels whatever extra recoil there is out. Maybe you'd notice a minor difference if you shot a DI and Piston gun back to back, but when shooting them on their own it's basically same shit different day. It doesn't suddenly become a .308 or anything.
The 416's oprod is noticeably beefier and I feel like the way they designed the engagement surface on the BCG is less prone to breakage.
The 416 also has some kind of Hk self-regulating gas block trickery but I have no idea what that actually means in practice.
HK416 recoil is fully manageable both in single and full auto..
Why is that aimpoint placed so far forward?
when you place it like that any weight shifting or other things on the forward rails can actually move the sight picture because it causes the aimpoint mount to wobble..
>Too fucking heavy though, partly thanks to that gigantic chunk of metal that they call a rail system.
muh ounces huhuhuh SICK!!!! tacticool operations philosophy of use
THE YEARS START COMMIN AND THEY DONT STOP COMMIN
Its the way the buttstock curves, reminds you of your father, uncles, and both grandparents gang banging you at family functions.
Self regularing gas systems aren't user adjustable (meaning there's no unsupressed, suppressed, or similar positions). Essentially, as the gun gets dirtier, more gas is used to drive the piston, and it "regulates" without the need of a person physically flipping a switch