Sights for urban warfare

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nalioth
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"control on full auto" - you are doing it wrong

Full auto is for you (the trained rifleman) to pull off controlled bursts - not empty every magazine you've got as fast as they can be reloaded



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nalioth wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 5:15 pm
"control on full auto" - you are doing it wrong

Full auto is for you (the trained rifleman) to pull off controlled bursts - not empty every magazine you've got as fast as they can be reloaded
TV rots your brains
Whhaaaat?

Next you’ll try and tell us that every clippazine doesn’t actually hold a near infinite amount of ammo, bullets actually go through car doors instead of making sparks and bouncing off, and you can’t use a sofa or other house hold items as effective cover.
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guzzimike1
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Irons on the MAK90 and handguns.

Burris Fast Fire II on the AMD65.

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madmanmccoy
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If I can see it, it's in BIG fkn trouble ,period.................

MutilatedWalker
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Fixed irons and a flashlight. Fixed Irons are always ready to go, practically break proof and won't run out of batteries.

Optics are way over rated unless you are shooting long range and need magnification.

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MutilatedWalker wrote:
Sun Aug 02, 2020 9:28 am
Fixed irons and a flashlight. Fixed Irons are always ready to go, practically break proof and won't run out of batteries.

Optics are way over rated unless you are shooting long range and need magnification.
You have clearly never heard of USPSA have you?

https://uspsa.org/magazine

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Ultradyne irons. Durable, flip down and you can drag them through the thickest brush. Flexible, point blank to 500 yards. Quick, quicker than mil spec irons and many optics (I don't care what you say). Longer sight radius. Lighter than any optic. Put a white light at 6:00 and it silhouettes the front sight perfectly. Long battery life.

As to clearing houses, I am using a bullhorn and a flare---giving them one minute to come out before burning it down. I am hoping for millions of flares and mass introduction of this technique in San Francisco. Keep the docks and docking facilities though.

MeatAxe556
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nalioth wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 5:15 pm
"control on full auto" - you are doing it wrong

Full auto is for you (the trained rifleman) to pull off controlled bursts - not empty every magazine you've got as fast as they can be reloaded



TV rots your brains
Like I say, I have no full auto, nor even a simulation device thereof anymore. So these days, "full auto" is just for grins at the rental range.

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Eotech would be my first choice



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ninjamateo wrote:
Mon Jul 27, 2020 10:12 pm
PK-A Venezuela for my AK.
Ditto.

MutilatedWalker
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VALMET_M76 wrote:
Sun Aug 02, 2020 4:04 pm
MutilatedWalker wrote:
Sun Aug 02, 2020 9:28 am
Fixed irons and a flashlight. Fixed Irons are always ready to go, practically break proof and won't run out of batteries.

Optics are way over rated unless you are shooting long range and need magnification.
You have clearly never heard of USPSA have you?

https://uspsa.org/magazine
I have shot a couple local USPSA pistol matches and I shoot with my daily carry- Beretta 92x compact with night sights.

Like I said, optics are overrated. I don't need to read an advertisement from a magazine telling me I can't protect myself unless I have an optic. Or using an optic will turn me into Jerry Miculek.

I train with irons and I am proficient with them. USPSA is not urban warfare, I think you are in the wrong thread.

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I have excellent vision so perhaps that is why I feel so confident with irons but for those who do not have good vision, Trijicon is coming out soon with an optic in braile.

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