soooo much fun!!!!!,
June 09, 2013
what an excellent weapon! i bought my socom 16 back in feb during the great gun ban scare of 2013. i paid a little more than i wanted to but knew i had to have this weapon in case a ban did happen,and because i carried his big brother when i was in the military.
subMOA shots right outta the box!it was an instant attention grabber at the range as it is a throaty b*stard!(meaning load)it is however very easy to control and comparable recoil to any 7.62X51 weapon.my only complaint anout this weapon is the front sight post is a little fat for my taste but is still better than most ironsights.when i mounted my aimpoint t1 on it,it was a marriage made in heaven.
having just took this weapon through a 4 day carbine course,its round count is at least 7000 rds with not one hiccup.proper maintenance and ammo does help achieve this flawless operation too.
all i can say is get it!you wont regret it!
Sabre 9 from
As close to me as my dog. And she's close!!!,
August 31, 2012
I use mine with a trijicon sight (non - magnified) barrel rail mount. It is dead on a 6" bullseye @ 100 yards off hand! (Factory ammo.)
"If you want to take my gun, you'll have to wait 'till I run out of ammo."
T Bolt from
September 13, 2011
This rifle has caused me to sell my AR's. This rig will be the scourge of the porcine world. Sub-MOA with iron sights. I can hear my Aimpoint screaming for an introduction.
League City TX
June 06, 2011
I took this rifle to the range several days ago. I have never shot this type of rifle before. Out of the box I was able to put 40 out of 40 hits on the 14"x18" target at 100yds with iron sights. Once I got it sighted in, I put 12 rounds in the 9 ring and 5 in the bulls-eye with iron sights. Although this rifle is very expensive it is well worth the money and I would highly recommend it.
Ian Boehm from
Ogden, Utah/ Galveston, Texas