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Thread: Type 97NSR test fire question....

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    Type 97NSR test fire question....

    I am curious if you guys got a chance to test the accuracy of this rifle, and if so how did it do? Comparing it to lets say a Norinco AR-15? As much as I like the cool factor of the bullpup design it still has to be able to hold its own at the range...
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    There are a couple of reports of when the 97 was out last time around. Search a bit and you should find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elicitone View Post
    I am curious if you guys got a chance to test the accuracy of this rifle, and if so how did it do? Comparing it to lets say a Norinco AR-15? As much as I like the cool factor of the bullpup design it still has to be able to hold its own at the range...

    I'm actually very impressed with the accuracy of the T97NSR.

    Here are 3 random images of the accuracy results of the T97NSR off the assembly line.









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    Jon
    The North Sylva Co.

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    Looks like it shoots tighter groups than the $3k Tavor.. Interesting!
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    this is impressive.

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    My Chinese is a little rusty, can someone explain what were looking at? Based on the scale it looks like 4MOA. Is this scale measuring in inches, or cm?

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    I would say it is measured in centimeters. The target does not look to be 60 inches high.

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    Cool

    The unit should be centi meter .
    Two reason:
    1. China do not use inch.
    2. Have you seen a target paper over 60 inches tall, over 40 inches wide?
    I translated the picture, but don't know how to post it.
    I posted it in my facebook.
    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10153107048480643&set=gm.4894190978 10703&type=1&relevant_count=1&ref=nf

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    Calibre magazine has a review in their July/August edition.
    They said that they had no failures with a variety of ammo, 1.5 inch groups at 100 yds, "butter-smooth" charging, that it has a "well made and efficient gas system with an astoundingly slick action" and that the trigger is actually "excellent" for a bullpup.
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    Does the container ship have some sort of GPS tracking over the pacific that we can follow? Kinda like the Santa radar the news has on Christmas eve?
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