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Discussion in '.22/rimfire' started by RogerC, Aug 18, 2010.
It works better than you might think, even if it does looks a little odd.
Is that an ACOG?
I do not think this is odd.
The .22 lr is going to be much more valuable than most people think.
You, in my opinion, have gone in a correct route.
I put the ACOG on it as a lark, and it turns out that it works well!
I use a Weaver stance, and then pull it closer, to where my elbow touches my body. Maybe there is a name for this stance, I don't know. Quite steady, and there is enough eye relief to allow a good view, and the chevron reticle is better than a dot, IMO.
Yes WH that is an ACOG!
I wasn't sure if it was a real ACOG or one of those chinese knockoff's. But now that I know that it isn't a knockoff I have come to the conclusion that this is definitely not a poor mans setup. Looks cool though.
LOL, I secretly think it is good looking, but IDK if I would put an ACOG on a 22 no matter how "good" it works!
That's part of the beauty of it! Its overkill to the max!!!
lol it looks funnier on ur side!
God I love RUGERS!!!!!!!!!!
Yeah, bit it is sure is a nice way to carry it.
I'm leaning towards getting an Aimpoint Micro for it, and leave the ACOG on my AR.
But.....you'd be surprised how well the ACOG actually works.
I know what it's called! Its the bloody nose stance..... no, seriously, my dad was shooitng his Ruger 22/45 like that and got it too close to his face. Needless to say, I had to give him a hard time when he came to church with a semi circle imprinted on the bridge of his nose!!!
Well, it's sure not one the lighter side of things anymore is it? lol
I don't think it looks bad. And if it works good, and you like it, that's all that matters. But isn't the weight or rather doesn't the weight become an issue after a while of shooting?
It weighs about what it did before the Tac-Lite upper.
Where'd you find that holster? I like it!
I called Blade-Tech and they made it for me. They can make a holster for just about anything.