Its so hard to look at ARs after owning a SCAR. I have a 16 and a 17 now and I still have no real interest in picking up an AR; unless its a 10.0"-11.5" Noveske or Knights. However, I wouldn't mind a black 16 at this point :shock: I know I already commented once, but man you have a great looking rifle!
That's what I was thinking. I haven't shot it yet, but using it for a stop at times it seems like it could be an annoyance. But if (and when) I put a light on I'll have to play with the configuration; where the switch will go.I run my stubby QD on the right side of my rifle. I use my stubby as handstop and the QD lever gets in the way if I have it facing out on the left.
Black SCAR owners see RED when they go up against FDE SCAR. The FDE SCAR take them every time at the range and in the field.Haha. You guys are going to get a kick out of this. My buddy is colorblind. Has a lot of trouble with red and greens, pinks and grays etc. I asked him what color he thought it was and he said, it looks like tan and brown. He's pretty close. But he thought the upper was red! Lol. He knew it probably wasn't, but he knows nothing about scars. Anyway, we can add red to the list....at least in some peoples' eyes.
The only red us Black SCAR owners see is the flush of embarrassment in the face of a FDE/FGE SCAR owner when he/she can't hit the broad side of a barn at 100 yards.Black SCAR owners see RED when they go up against FDE SCAR. The FDE SCAR take them every time at the range and in the field.