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Thread: ++OFFICIAL PRE-ORDER++MORE COMING++ for GSG-16 9 in. Barrels From Dlask Arms Corp.

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    Sky, is that off-hand or with a rest of some sort?

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    Rest the gun on top of my ammo can.
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    How big is the target? It's not bad but I actually thought it would be better, unless the target is pretty small.

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    These are 8 inch target?? I think, poco membets or leigh can chime in if im wrong
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIG FAN View Post
    How big is the target? It's not bad but I actually thought it would be better, unless the target is pretty small.
    Its a 9" 22LR and you expect it to better? I say that pretty acceptable for a 9" barreled plinker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIG FAN View Post
    How big is the target? It's not bad but I actually thought it would be better, unless the target is pretty small.
    I think the group looks okay, especially with a red dot. Which leads to my next question...

    Quote Originally Posted by sky52 View Post
    50 yards with a trijicon rmr.
    Sky52, what size dot is it? 1MOA, 3.25MOA or 6.5MOA?

    And what ammo? That makes a big difference as well.

    Bottom line, I can't wait to have Dlask install their 9" barrel on mine!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post
    I think the group looks okay, especially with a red dot. Which leads to my next question..

    Bottom line, I can't wait to have Dlask install their 9" barrel on mine!
    I'm quite sure the first 3 barrels used Green Mountain barrel blanks. The actual run of barrels, will be using LW. I still say that decent accuracy for what the gun is. If you want accuracy, stick with the 16" barrel.
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    Its a rmr type 1, so 4 moa dot.

    Cci minimag was the ammo used, might have federal bulk pack mixed in that target.

    Yes. The first 3 prototype were indeed green mountain barrel with the sportster chamber.
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    Good group man.

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    I have just added the last 10 pre-order barrels to the website here :

    https://dlaskarms.com/product/pre-or...g-16-barrel-9/

    (we kept these off the site until we could confirm how many we needed for our own use.)
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