No aluminum in my trigger pack. All components will be heat treated tool steel, same as for my SCAR trigger.Seems that " Shooting Sight " is close to prototyping an all aluminum trig pack, it will be interesting to see what changes he may bring to the table. I'll take one if they make it to " gen pop " distribution.
Mark, you have a picture of the P90 SBR with a 16x scope? That would be good for a laugh. The objective lens probably is past the end of the barrel.3 issues with accuracy testing these guns. First, the triggers are not great, even when/if modded. Second, optics. About 5x is the practical limit and that makes it a bit more difficult to shoot groups. Last, they're VERY difficult to shoot off of the bench, given the stock design. All that said, with a 16X scope on an SBR I was able to get 3/4" groups at 50 yards with SS198. I don't know how much more you could get or, realistically, want. YMMV.
I don't think I took a pic, but I'll look, Looked even dumber than you think. Objective was way out there and the ocular was far enough back that you couldn't change mags without removing the scope..Mark, you have a picture of the P90 SBR with a 16x scope? That would be good for a laugh. The objective lens probably is past the end of the barrel.
Exactly!In all honesty this is not a target rifle. I have other rifles if accuracy is my goal. My PS90 SBR is accurate as I need it to be for its purpose. I consider it a nice, small, lightweight Personal Defense Weapon (PDW). I think it is an outstanding little package in that role. It is not a sniper rifle. It was designed to replace a 9mm pistol for support troops. I think it is fantastic for this purpose.
Remember 5.7 is more of a pistol round than it is a rifle round. Or it's not really a pistol or rifle round, but something in between. If you want a rifle to shoot for accuracy, definitely look for something else.
The barrel is designed to move. It moves back and forth ever so slightly. Grab the end of the barrel and pull it back and forth, it moves. It also turns slightly left to right. It is not designed to shoot MOA, and it never will no matter what you do to it.
Here are my results of shooting a full 50 round mag rapid fire offhand at 25 yards. What more could you want from a little PDW? I am very happy with this.
If you live in a State that is NFA friendly, cut your barrel down and don't look back.