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Comparison of semi auto. Hello All, I am new to this forum and also new to hunting and firearms. I am an old guy 63 but am catching up in a hurry. I’m interested in a carbine in. I noticed the Rem. All replies are greatly appreciated. Share Share this post on Digg Del. First, 7503-5 to the forum. I only have experience with the Mod Mine is a rifle with synthetic stocks in It hasn’t seen any “hard” use although it has had a couple hundred rounds through it.
I read stories about these ae being prone to jamming but mine hasn’t been a problem. I will say that it won’t feed properly if you hold the magazine while firing, it doesn’t like that. It is accurate enough for my needs for hunting. At the range I can do 1. I have no complaints with the ModI am happy with mine. I have two of the three guns you list in your heading.
My Remington is a synthetic carbine. Nice and crisp at about 4pounds. It has to do with the gasport location and angle. I also have a caliber AR. It will shoot one hole groups at yds, shoots nearly everything tried under 1″, and will even feed Flatnose bullets without 75-35 hicup. It’s also expensive, although not nearly as bad as some AR guns out there.
As far as the BAR, don’t own one, never been impressed with them, and they have a habit of breaking if the wrong ammo is used in them. Originally Posted by nachogrande. The BAR is a little heavy for 750-3 hunting rifle personal opinion.
A friend has one and it is accurate, with a good trigger. But not something I’d drag around in the hunting fields. Maybe they aren’t all as heavy as 7500-35 – he does have a large scope on it, and it came with a bipod, although I don’t know how much the bipod weighs. His will likely see duty in the deer blind, waiting 750-53 pigs at last light.
For that use the weight is not an issue. Again – personal opinion. I’ve owned a number of semi autos ae the last 30 years or so.
There are still some Ms to be found out there should someone be interested, but they have not been produced for about 40 yrs now. I’ve owned Remingtons in, and versions and will say that the is head and shoulders above the others IMHO. I’ve owned no less than six of them ranging from full Belgian versions threeto the new Safari II version. I’ve never had a BAR jam, never! The method, especially with the newest versions, for loading and unloading is fast and for me, easier than the Remingtons.
No fiddling with magazine into action, the magazine is attached easily!
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So, as someone who’s owned the BAR for years, I do not see where it gets labeled as a heavy rifle. If you want to talk magnum cartridges with a muzzle brake, perhaps then? I think the BAR is a great rifle from my experience in owning several over the last 20 years or so.
Quality made, not overly heavy and very reliable. Nothing wrong with my M Carbine in. That is honor, and there are way too many people in this country who no longer understand it.
Last edited by Tnhunter; at I’ve had a little experience with the Remingtons and the short trac, the and I had were a big disappointment after having athey are great semi-auto’s.
The Brownings work great but the stocks never fit me that well. The AR style guns are probably the most reliable and accurate but are difficult shoot offhand at running animals and are heavy. It only comes in.
FNAR Many tend to come from the factory with a incorrectly aligned rail that can’t be fixed. So if you buy one, lay a straight edge on the rail before purchase to make sure yours is OK. Otherwise you are in for a l o n g wait for warranty repair that may not be right.
I have several sub MOA targets that prove this one shoots and can get the job done.
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Give it a look. If you want a really accuratetake a look at Accuracy Systems here, but hide your credit card first and get a napkin to catch the drool: Originally Posted by changeagent.
I have a BAR lefthand Longtrac. Very accurate, trigger so-so, jams all the time. Killed my biggest Muley with it and when I looked down to safe the rifle I had a nice stovepipe. Have never shot it since, about 3 years now. Shot ARs most of my life while in the service and now find them boring. Shoot lever guns now being a lefty and having a great time. I’ve shot hundreds of rounds through it. It is accurate and has never jammed once.
The single stage trigger is OK, but not great, however you can say the same thing about most rifles unless you go top of the line. Or you can have a gunsmith polish it a little and it’ll be fine. Originally Posted by lefteyedom. Everybody and his brother is just announcing. I would take a look at the Ruger Accuraccy and realiablity were there but I don’t remember why we didn’t prosue the project further. My personal preference has always been the FN FAL series and have hunted with it but its weight starts growing on it when you and rail and scope, totally realiable in any enviroment and has a adjustable gas system.
Originally Posted by SharpDog. Originally Posted by kneezer Originally Posted by dmsbandit. I wonder how long it would last if you shot Superformance ammo out of it, or shot it with handloads loaded with H or Rel My guess is not very long before your start bending and breaking things. BB code is On. All times are GMT The time now is Add Thread to del.
Page 1 of 3. Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links. Originally Posted by nachogrande Originally Posted by faucettb Welcome to the forum.
Rules are simple, be nice and join in. The Gospel of KE: Originally Posted by changeagent Hello All, I am new to this forum and also new to hunting and firearms. Uncle Al Registered User. You will be happy 750-53 did Share Share this post on Digg Del. Originally Posted by lefteyedom Get a M1A. You will be happy you did.
I too have a thing for whelen’s!
Combat Diver Beartooth Regular. Originally Posted by SharpDog Everybody and his 75035 is just announcing. Originally Posted by dmsbandit I wonder how long it would last if you shot Superformance ammo out of it, or shot it with handloads loaded with H or Rel CZ Semi Auto. Weatherby semi auto shotguns. Shotguns, Shotgunning, and Shotshell Reloading.