Jim O'Connell won the NTI Nathan Hale trophy in '03 and '04 I think with an M1A. I'll ask next time I see him.Diggerr said:Dont see how a 5.56 could be better at 600 yds. Have any M1A's won in the last few years and in what event. Thanks again the Diggerr
It's not really the time that gets you with the M1/M14. The big killer is that the recoil is actively trying to dissassemble your shooting position. Once an elbow starts to move, you can count on stitching a nice horizontal line out the right side of the target.Old Sarge said:but the AR has less recoil, so you will stay on target after each shot, giving you more time for proper shooting technique.