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    I took my M240 out to New Holland Gun Club last Wensday. I put 20 rounds on the steel plate at 200 yards and 20 rounds on the steel plate at 300 yards with open sites. I did shoot at 400, 500, and 600 yard steel plates. My son was watching and he did call many hits on all of those plates.

    I just can't believe how accuarate this rifle is with open sites. Every shot hit on 200 & 300 yards plates, even when rapid firing.

    Soon I will be installing my Eotech VUDU 5x25 Scope on it. I did a temporary mount on the M240 to make sure it fit and allowed me to open the Top Cover and clear my Handle mounted on the Barrel.

    ECCO Machine & Fabrication is building me an adapter for my threaded barrel so I can install a OSS Suppressor Brake Mount on the M240. That will allow me to mount my OSS HX-QD 762 Ti Suppressor on it.







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    That*s a beautiful weapon; performance to match the looks!
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    this is Andy's Jealous face.
    Although I would not want to be the guy tasked with humping that big iron
    Derrion Albert was my Hero.

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    Nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigandy1966 View Post
    this is Andy's Jealous face.
    Although I would not want to be the guy tasked with humping that big iron
    You've obviously never humped an M-60.

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    My M60E3 weighed 23 lbs. This M240 weighs 27 lbs.

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    She's purdy.
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    Yes....very purdy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt.K View Post
    You've obviously never humped an M-60.
    I have a DPMS LR308, 24" SS heavy barrel, Gen 1, with a bipod and scope that weighs around 26 pounds with a full magazine.
    Lets just say this is not my first choice for a patrol rifle.
    Or any walk longer than from my truck to the shooting bench
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    Sweeeeet!
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