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    SCAR-H makes an appearance for the new Trijicon scope

    MIL only, but sure is interesting...





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    Bit of a beefy chub, but I'll take one if they're giving them away
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldRanger View Post
    Bit of a beefy chub, but I'll take one if they're giving them away
    My thoughts exactly.. It is a big and bulky scope but for what it does its crazy to think of what is to come in the near future. By the time I have kids I bet these things will be the size of a aimpoint micro.
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    WOW this is cool. Our military gets the coolest toys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldRanger View Post
    Bit of a beefy chub, but I'll take one if they're giving them away
    Looks like an old school video recorder. I wonder how the rifle handles with it installed. Pretty cool function though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldCrow View Post
    Looks like an old school video recorder. I wonder how the rifle handles with it installed. Pretty cool function though...
    Definately made more for mounted application as is, but still with a bipod in a fixed position that would kick all kinds of ass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldRanger View Post
    Definately made more for mounted application as is, but still with a bipod in a fixed position that would kick all kinds of ass.
    Definitely cover a lot of ground with that set up (20" barrel might help too).

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    Meh.

    Until they squish a nuclear reactor into it so it doesn't run on batteries, it's not that advanced.

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