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I just got my FS2000 and I think I got a chub.... STILL. I can't wait to do it up. I got the all black one and I cant wait to shoot it. Optics to come are a Trijicon Tri-power with an Aimpoint 3x magnifier with pop up mount!!!! Can I get any opinoins on my choice for optics? PICS to come.
 

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woo-hoo

Just p/u my tri-power 2day. Going to an outdoor range 2morrow morning to have some fun!!!!!!!!!! :grin:
 

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The only criticisms I had with the tri-powers were battery life and the tritium back up. It has to be pitch black and your eyes will have to adjust when using the sight at night (without batteries).
The magnifier is very handy, but I ended up with an Elcan Specter DR.
I really like the chevron in the tri power though.
 

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tri-power

Went out on Saturday and gave the tri-power a shot. I will admit I was pleased with it because I found it ALOT easier to get a good shot with the chevron, as supposed to a dot. I played with it a little at 25 yards, then at 50 yards. I went through about 400 rounds and NOT ONE PROBLEM. I was there with a friend and I fired his AK and AR. I loved the AK.... but the AR was just...ho hum. My FS2K brought people from around the firing line looking at it and me as if I came from space... but the few people who accepted my offer to let them shoot it LOVED it. As I am new to firing long guns I do not have much bias. I must admit that I enjoyed shooting, in this order, my FS the best, then AK, then AR. At 25 yards I was geting 4 inch groups of 5. Feel good for 1st time out. Ummmm we wont talk about 50 yards.... :-D Tried my friends aimpoint, but I guess I have goofy eyes... I could'nt keep focus on dot. As far as ACOG goes. My shooting will be split 50/50 between an indoor 50' range, and an outdoor 150 YARD range. Tri-power for indoors... try-power PLUS 3x for outdoors! I will agree on lowlight conditions with Tri-power... not my cup of tea. Oh and the Specter ..... waaaaaaaay out of my $$$$
 

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Sounds like U had a good time.

Try putting it on a sandbag at try the 50 and 100 yard distances again. When U hold the gun freestanding - it is hard to get decent groups at longer distances.
 

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Sounds like U had a good time.

Try putting it on a sandbag at try the 50 and 100 yard distances again. When U hold the gun freestanding - it is hard to get decent groups at longer distances.
If we could just get a verticle grip in the front already this problem would be solved.
 

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Got my new FS2000

This is an awesome weapon. OMG. When I pulled it out and shot it, all others at the range stopped shooting and watched. One guy even said to his bud, that looks like a James Bond gun. I have a holo red dot on it, will post some pics. The sight is like the C-More but smaller and holds zero perfectly.

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