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Help me tame my 6.8

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Unread 04-14-2012, 05:40 PM
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Re: Help me tame my 6.8

I am using Vltor a5 system on my Bison 20" with MSTN brake. Very tame with very little muzzle rise, but it is LOUD.
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    Unread 04-25-2012, 09:52 PM
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    Re: Help me tame my 6.8

    Without a brake I can understand that she would have a recoil issue, not to mention muzzle control with rapid fire....

    I use a Surefire on my Barrett, works well, but you can have one made that might do even better.

    BTW Good looking weapon
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    Re: Help me tame my 6.8

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    Without a brake I can understand that she would have a recoil issue, not to mention muzzle control with rapid fire....

    I use a Surefire on my Barrett, works well, but you can have one made that might do even better.

    BTW Good looking weapon
    Thanx, Ben at Bison Armory puts togather a nice upper. It shoots just about anything you feed it well too. 120gr SSTs just keep shooting the same hole all day.
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