New PSA Patrol Rifle Carbine

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    New PSA Patrol Rifle Carbine

    We'll folks today was the day. I drove up to Columbia to PSA's store & brought home the AR carbine w/Aimpoint optics package. I've only shot about 30 or so rounds through it. The salesman told me that I would probably need to zero the Aimpoint that came on it but to be honest it wasn't off too much at about 50 yards or so. I plan to take an AR course soon to become more familiar with my new toy / tool.

    I am going to leave it like it is for now but later I may add a full length pic rail for a light & maybe a bi-pod.

    If I can figure out how to easily post a pic or two then I will, but it's like most other off the shelf basic AR's.

    I guess momma will want something special now that I have this. Oh wait, I just bought her a new Glock Gen 3 M19 a couple days ago.
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    Where are the pictures!?!?!?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by scgunlover1 View Post
    We'll folks today was the day. I drove up to Columbia to PSA's store & brought home the AR carbine w/Aimpoint optics package. I've only shot about 30 or so rounds through it. The salesman told me that I would probably need to zero the Aimpoint that came on it but to be honest it wasn't off too much at about 50 yards or so. I plan to take an AR course soon to become more familiar with my new toy / tool.

    I am going to leave it like it is for now but later I may add a full length pic rail for a light & maybe a bi-pod.

    If I can figure out how to easily post a pic or two then I will, but it's like most other off the shelf basic AR's.

    I guess momma will want something special now that I have this. Oh wait, I just bought her a new Glock Gen 3 M19 a couple days ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scgunlover1 View Post
    I am going to leave it like it is for now but later I may add a full length pic rail for a light & maybe a bi-pod.
    I'm planning on getting a MAKO foregrip/bipod combo. Legs are indepently adjustable. They make one that swivels and another that does not (costs less). They weigh from 12.8oz to 12.2oz. Surprised Amazon sells them. Amazon.com: Mako Tactical Pivoting QR Vertical Foregrip with Integrated Adjustable Bipod (Gen 2) - Black: Sports & Outdoors

    Grippod makes a similar item that is lighter (8.7oz) but the legs are not independently adjustable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasgo View Post
    I'm planning on getting a MAKO foregrip/bipod combo. Legs are indepently adjustable. They make one that swivels and another that does not (costs less). They weigh from 12.8oz to 12.2oz. Surprised Amazon sells them. Amazon.com: Mako Tactical Pivoting QR Vertical Foregrip with Integrated Adjustable Bipod (Gen 2) - Black: Sports & Outdoors

    Grippod makes a similar item that is lighter (8.7oz) but the legs are not independently adjustable.
    Thanks for the link. I will checkout the hand guard/bipod combo for sure.
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    The pics are easy, when posting, click the button that says Go Advanced and then click manage attachments and then upload attachment, click the button that says inline on that screen and there ya go



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    I'll try again to get some better pics. Thanks "justherenow" for the directions. My picture taking skills just need to improve a lot.
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    Nice is all I can say
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    Very nice pics! Congrats!

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    Nice! One of their 20" rifle kits is on my short list.

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    That really is a great deal!
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