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Old 11-29-2020, 09:43 PM   #1
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NOTICE when Miculek has to go fast,

he doesn't use anything but an AR in 223? reaction 10 hits, 2 of them head hits, 2 other traverses, 1.58 seconds, .22 second, minimum to react to the beep, raise rifle a bit, disengage the safety, get his finger into the trigger guard and get the first hit. Probably at least .20 second for each of the two torso traverses, and at least .16 second to switch from the chest to the head, that leaves. .80 second. for the other 6 hits, one of which is a head hit. .13 second for 6 repeat hits. at 5 yds, all hits in the 4" B circle of the head or the 10" chest circle Not an AK, not a Mini14, not a 30 Carbine. :-) Jerry has admitted to using a .22lr variant of the AR. So does James yeager, to the tune of many 10's of thousands of rds per year. Repeat hits on 4" at 5 yds are on a 12" circle at 15 yds and probably hit your leg, shoulder, arm at 25 yds, too and half of them will hit you at 50 yds, too, going the same speed. He can slow down a fraction of a second and hit torsos at 100m, too. Given softpoints in the 223, it'll blow pieces of you out onto the ground. With a silencer, cover and an ambush a man like that can kill half a dozen men before they can react and dive prone and half a dozen more before they can bring accurate fire to bear on his firing-position. The man is a walking claymore

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Old 11-30-2020, 03:29 AM   #2
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And we all NOTICE one very important thing.

He isn't YOU.

So dream on.
 
Old 11-30-2020, 08:12 AM   #3
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Old 11-30-2020, 08:57 AM   #4
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...Jerry has admitted to using a .22lr variant of the AR. So does James yeager...
So do I. Thank you for lumping me in with Jerry Miculek, but I don't really belong in that class, just as you don't.

On the "22LR variant of the AR", you said it was a waste and 'why bother with it' when I bought one, and I bet you don't remember that. You even said that you used to have a .22LR upper you were unimpressed, called it a pita, and finally dumped it because it was a big waste of money.

Or is this just another example of the many things you don't remember saying?
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Old 11-30-2020, 09:27 AM   #5
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Wow, I must be good too! I have a Tactical Solutions dedicated .22 upper, plus a CMMG (Echo) kit for my AR!
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Old 11-30-2020, 10:05 AM   #6
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he doesn't use anything but an AR in 223? reaction 10 hits, 2 of them head hits, 2 other traverses, 1.58 seconds, .22 second, minimum to react to the beep, raise rifle a bit, disengage the safety, get his finger into the trigger guard and get the first hit. Probably at least .20 second for each of the two torso traverses, and at least .16 second to switch from the chest to the head, that leaves. .80 second. for the other 6 hits, one of which is a head hit. .13 second for 6 repeat hits. at 5 yds, all hits in the 4" B circle of the head or the 10" chest circle Not an AK, not a Mini14, not a 30 Carbine. :-) Jerry has admitted to using a .22lr variant of the AR. So does James yeager, to the tune of many 10's of thousands of rds per year. Repeat hits on 4" at 5 yds are on a 12" circle at 15 yds and probably hit your leg, shoulder, arm at 25 yds, too and half of them will hit you at 50 yds, too, going the same speed. He can slow down a fraction of a second and hit torsos at 100m, too. Given softpoints in the 223, it'll blow pieces of you out onto the ground. With a silencer, cover and an ambush a man like that can kill half a dozen men before they can react and dive prone and half a dozen more before they can bring accurate fire to bear on his firing-position. The man is a walking claymore
so, how many ambushes or actual fire-fights have you actually been in? Hmm, can you even answer this? I know the answer just from your post.

you won't answer. you may insult, but you won't answer.

btw, a silencer doesn't make you undetectable, nor invisible. I have silencers, and multiple AR's I shoot silenced a lot. You are clueless on reality. Keep dreaming, we will keep doing.

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