5 dollars a day, ever day, til im 65, and ill have one lol. Todays five dollars is secured.
Really? .25 MOA? That's the first I've ever read any accuracy data in the MK20.I was just reading about the MK 20 in a 2011 NRA mag and it's suppose to be a 0.25 moa rifle. It'll be interesting to see what kind of accuracy people that purchase them will get out of them. I sure hope I don't have to sell any pre-89 weapons to get one. :frown:
If they really expect to get .25 MOA out of a 308 automatic, they will sell.F**K me, $6K? That's what I paid for my AI AXMC. I'm not sure if I will even try swinging it....
If true, then my interest would pick up.Something to note: "rifles are going to be manufactured at FN’s South Carolina plant" if this is true it means the rifle should be south of 6K. Made here=cheaper. I think FN knows there is barely any market at 6K.
In an optimistic prediction, I'd say the 4K area.
The snipers I work with are very happy with their SCAR 17 accuracy wise. Frankly they were surprised.Consistent .75 MA with the Pencil Barreled SCAR 17 is unbelievable. . Also, Not many can shoot .25 MA consistently. . So if some of our really good shooters can be between .75 MOA and .50 MOA consistently I would think we'll trained persons shooting hand loads could achive .25 MOA.. I know I can't. . but I will have one in flat dark earth baby!!!!:?
I've had a Government contact rifle that had a test target of .315 MOA. I personally could never get it to shoot that good, but it had the factory trigger. I have a German rife that can consistently shoot well under .5 MOA. I've had 5 shots in the .3's at 100 yards. I think the rifle is capiable of it.I'll never know, I can't shoot that good anymore..
Really? .25 MOA? That's the first I've ever read any accuracy data in the MK20.