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    My FNAR competition.

    Received mine last week to replace my recently prohibited in Canada National match springfield M1A which had iron sights.
    I love the look and it feels great to shoot, does kick a bit harder than the M1A.
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    What did you have to do with the M1A?
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    Welcome to the Forum. Sorry to hear about your loss of the M1A
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    We have a 2 year amnesty at the moment , though I am optimistic that once parliament reopens that the order may not succeed. If they choose to destroy it , I will export it to my father-in-law down in North Carolina

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    Welcome to the forum. Down right beautiful FNAR you got there. Interesting to hear it kicks a little more than the M1A.
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    Nice looking FNAR. I have always been interested in picking one of the competition models up, but has never made it to the top of the list since I have the standard FNAR. If the action is the same as the standard FNAR there is a gas adjustment screw on the gas block where you can fine tune it to the ammo you are using to reduce the recoil. They pick a happy medium at the factory, but if you shoot the same ammo all the time you can adjust that screw to get it so that the action cycles, but not too hard. It also helps preserve the brass as the cases tend to get banged up less on ejection.
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    kmiles, thanks for the info on that! Now if i could just figure out what to do about the sling! What the heck

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    You can lessen the recoil by tuning down the blow back force. Under the foregrip is an adjustment screw.
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    Good looking rifle!

    What about the sling?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhabit View Post
    Received mine last week to replace my recently prohibited in Canada National match springfield M1A which had iron sights.
    I love the look and it feels great to shoot, does kick a bit harder than the M1A.
    Nice pea shooter!

    I’m curious; how is that legal but the M1 is no longer?
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