AR Reliability test

AR Reliability Test

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    AR Reliability test

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    Impressive Indeed!

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    Not to shabby. Thanks for posting.
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    Been subbed a while, keep up the good quality, to-the-point vids.

    As far as the AR reliability, I'm not surprised. Even the mighty AK holds no magic powers over all other rifles, although dirt does have a tendency to just fall through AKs.lol
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    Does the 6920 come standard with a Full Auto BCG,not too shabby
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    Your video's are great! I think the ak held up a bit better.
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    Jon C is going to need couseling if he sees an AR treated this way.
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    I could never bring myself to do that to my 6920....but I'm glad you did so and shared this video. Excellent test, and thanks for posting.

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    Another test, this one by Daniel Defense:

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    Quote Originally Posted by hfjeff View Post
    Jon C is going to need couseling if he sees an AR treated this way.
    Haha, I actually love seeing an AR abused. Larry Vickers says it best.... "AKs are more accurate than people give them credit for and AR's are more reliable than people give them credit for."

    My rifles get filthy when we're out at the ranch and they keep on working. One of the main things is properly luring the rifle with quality oil like Slip EWL or similar. Dripping wer is much better than bone dry. Many forget this simple step to maintain reliability.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kapnketel View Post
    Another test, this one by Daniel Defense:
    This is a great example of the durability of Aimpoint as well...

    For whatever reason, I'm only seeing it when I quote and not in your post. It's this one in case others don't know - www.danieldefense.com/Torturetest
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    Another good video. Thanks for sharing!
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    Excellent video and great point on resetting the trigger. Something that anyone with a Colt should be fully aware of! And, thank you for doing that to your AR-- you'd have to beat me with a canoe paddle to make me even THINK about trying that with mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kapnketel View Post
    Another test, this one by Daniel Defense:
    Woot. I bought one a Daniel Defense AR a while back. Glad to know I made a great decision.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonconsiglio View Post
    Haha, I actually love seeing an AR abused. Larry Vickers says it best.... "AKs are more accurate than people give them credit for and AR's are more reliable than people give them credit for."

    My rifles get filthy when we're out at the ranch and they keep on working. One of the main things is properly luring the rifle with quality oil like Slip EWL or similar. Dripping wer is much better than bone dry. Many forget this simple step to maintain reliability.
    haha, you stole my thunder, Jon. I was gonna post that quote

    BCM can handle the abuse, too. I hear that Filthy 14 went over 40k rounds.
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