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    that's good info, thanks for posting.

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    ^x2

    Would u recommend MIL DOT or TMR RETICLES I sort of like TMR Reties over Mil Dits Seem Like The are more precise ?!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzer07 View Post
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    Would u recommend MIL DOT or TMR RETICLES I sort of like TMR Reties over Mil Dits Seem Like The are more precise ?!


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    Absolutely! Reticles with partial Mils are far superior. I'll modify post to include that. My S&B runs a H2MCR reticle and the other the MSR. Both have .2 Mils stadia lines and a portion with .1 Mils for super fine ranging.



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    Finally pulled the trigger and MR762A1 !!!

    Well I just picked up 500 rounds of FMJ Steel Core .308.

    All organized ready to be load and fire.


    Can't wait 'till Tuesday that's when I pick it this bad girl up.


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    dang, you don't mess around when it comes to buying ammo.

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    That sir is my dream gun!! I am seriously envious!!

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    Buying in bulk is the only way to get affordable ammo that shoots consistently. You can never have too much ammo.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jallen9 View Post
    dang, you don't mess around when it comes to buying ammo.
    I'm planning on taking the family total of 3-4 people, and I'm at least shooting 100 Lol rounds go fast.


    Quote Originally Posted by Cajun_Tiger_Hummer View Post
    That sir is my dream gun!! I am seriously envious!!
    Thanks mate lol. And So it was mine, I just seriously got lucky by chance this time...the MR556A1 is the next goal.

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    Buying in bulk is the only way to get affordable ammo that shoots consistently. You can never have too much ammo.


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    ^Agree...I pick it up for $340...cheaper than cheaper than dirt and other sites. Shipping and handling is the deal killer for ammo I've come to find. But this military and police supply gun store that's near my house has everything for cheaper by good 10-15% than all other mayor stores. Good example is the rifle. All shops around wanted no less than $4,100 and they had it and have it for $3,470.


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    Don't get the MR556. It's excessively heavy and doesn't like non HK mags. Their mag release is just slightly off spec so you have to buy their expensive mags. That's why Magpul made the special E-mags. Some people will say regular AR mags work fine but they never really put it through its paces. Just get a SCAR16 and you'll really be a happy camper.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ReconH3 View Post
    Don't get the MR556. It's excessively heavy and doesn't like non HK mags. Their mag release is just slightly off spec so you have to buy their expensive mags. That's why Magpul made the special E-mags. Some people will say regular AR mags work fine but they never really put it through its paces. Just get a SCAR16 and you'll really be a happy camper.


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    As a matter of a they have one as well in stock and I checked it out this morning when I went to pick up the ammo.
    It felt nice. And I do plan on getting one. And they are almost half of what the MR 556 is. But as far as magazine goes, the only complain I have heard from the youtube owners reviewing it and at HKPro.com forum members that have the MR556, all agree that the only magazine that doesn't work is the P-Mag Gen-ll and that, that is due to the way those magazines were or are made. I tried my regular standard issues banana magazines and they work great (empty) no problem.
    With that said...the scar is nice I love the foldable and collapsible stock and how it handles...however I hope to get one of those once I get hired by the LAPD (which shouldn't be long now hopefully), so I can have it without restrictions and use to it's fullest. Or else the foldable stock would be bolted so it can't be fold, as well ill get a damn bullet button (or whatever they are called) California gun rules nonsense suck.


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    By the way, the guy at the store I purchase my rifle from, advise me to get the Leopold mark 6 1-6x20mm (34mm) m6c1

    he said that since my MR762 it has a 16.5 inch barrel and it is a semi-auto rifle and with a .308 round i should be happy by being able to engage target at a maximum of 800 yards. Keeping in mind that that's the .308 max effect range rating. That would be not including that my barrel would be shorter 4 inch thus making engaging target any further harder and not too realistic. He told me that for anything farther than 800 yards I'd need something more like a Remington 700 bolt action with a 20 inch barrel. Which I think makes more sense. Anyways what's your take on that recon.


    The scope comes with 2 optional reticles


    Once again I like the TMR reticles
    But he said if it was up to him he would recommend the CMR reticles since ip everything it is pretty much lay out for you.


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    Cheaper Than Dirt is far from the cheapest place online to buy anything. Buying in bulk saves me 25-30% over WalMart prices which are 15-20% less than most gun store ammo prices.
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    Cheaper Than Dirt is far from the cheapest place online to buy anything. Buying in bulk saves me 25-30% over WalMart prices which are 15-20% less than most gun store ammo prices.
    LaxAmmo has 500 rounds of 150gr American Eagle for $319.00. I think they charge 9.99 shipping on all orders. I but 9mm trome for .19/round. Prices change so you have to watch what they have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3Hummers View Post
    Cheaper Than Dirt is far from the cheapest place online to buy anything. Buying in bulk saves me 25-30% over WalMart prices which are 15-20% less than most gun store ammo prices.
    LaxAmmo has 500 rounds of 150gr American Eagle for $319.00. I think they charge 9.99 shipping on all orders. I but 9mm trome for .19/round. Prices change so you have to watch what they have.
    Thanks I'm gonna check them out. Shipping is usually what kills the deals when purchasing ammo. I been wanting to buy some spam cans for my moving nagant but the shipping is like 26 dollar and the can is 76 so it is hard to compensate.


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    Palmetto State Armory has the cheapest 308 match ammo price. See if they have regular ammo too.


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