Arms Locker banner

1 - 3 of 3 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
9,117 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
popping primers tying up an autoloader, and THAT can be prevented. It's no big deal to crimp or stake in or otherwise secure a primer in its case , ya know. It takes a LOT more pressure to cause any serious deformation or splitting of a 223 case than it takes to get the sort of velocities I claim, for 10-11" barrels, <font color=red>*</font><font color=red>*</font><font color=red>*</font><font color=red>*</font><font color=red>*</font><font color=red>*</font><font color=red>*</font>. Nobody said you have to PRACTICE with such loads, ya know. Or even with THAT upper, or THAT AR. u dont need to fire 1000 rds of 223 a year to stay SHARP (either shoulder) if you use a silencer and practice with the 22 unit (5-10k rds a year) so it's your stupid ASSUMPTIONS about how many rds are to be fired, (hot loads) that make the whole thing seem out of line.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
5,890 Posts
Yeah, you don't ever have to practice with the .223. . . .unless you want to be able to hit outside of pistol range, as the .22LR and .223 are nothing alike, ballistically. But you've as much as admitted you can't shoot a rifle past pistol range, so. . .
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,944 Posts
You've never tried loading them that hot and firing multiple rounds of it on a regular basis out of a CAR-15. If you had, your wouldn't be talking the same BS tune.

You practice with what you fight with.
 
1 - 3 of 3 Posts
Top