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Old 08-26-2008, 11:30 AM
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Would like to get some feedback on what people think is the most accurate .308 semi-auto rifle out if the box without a lot of work on it?

Under $2k if possible and CA compliant.
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id like to say a m14/ m1a
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Whats the effective range of a M1A?
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i THINK effective range out of the box with a good scope is 800yards or so
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i THINK effective range out of the box with a good scope is 800yards or so
I've shot my M1A at 600 yards with open sights. Easy hits on man size targets with good surplus ammo.
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AR-10 T and M-25 M1-A will shoot under 1/2 inch with Federal match 165 grain.

Bolt guns will go under 1/4 inch from builders like Shilen.
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AR-10 T and M-25 M1-A will shoot under 1/2 inch with Federal match 165 grain.

Bolt guns will go under 1/4 inch from builders like Shilen.
Isn't the AR10 banned my name?
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Get a Fulton .308 AR setup. They have badazz Kreiger barrels and Iv seen the 1 hole groups they produce. DPMS uppers are very accurate as well. Although I have no problem shooting metal targets at 700 yds with my M1A with open sights, my DPMS upper/Fulton lower rifle is WAY more accurate than my M1A.
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Would like to get some feedback on what people think is the most accurate .308 semi-auto rifle out if the box without a lot of work on it?
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Under $2k if possible and CA compliant.
AR-10 pattern rifle (Armalite or Noveske upper on a Noveske lower).

The M1A is a great rifle but it takes a LOT more to make and keep one accurate than it does an AR pattern rifle.
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AR-10 pattern rifle with a heavy barrel, freefloat handguard, light trigger and match ammo.
The gun will come in under $2000.
The proper scope is going to put you WAY WAY over $2000 for the whole project though.
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my bolt action savage was just about 1k.. Id like a semi auto ar though, but my next purchase will be the M1A
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HK PSG-1 for under $2K?
Not quite a PSG-1, more like a poor man's MSG-90. Reviews I've read have said that it is sub moa. PTR MSG-91 Perimeter Rifle:
http://www.atlanticfirearms.com/prog...asp?Prodid=524

Cold War Shooters had the upgraded version of it a few months ago, not sure if any are left:
http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=103246

For most accurate semi auto 308, under $2000 though, AR-10 is your best bet. An M-1A/ M-14 can be tuned for comprable accuracy, but at significant cost.
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An AR-10 type rifle with match components is inherently more accurate than an M1A similarly set up. It has to do with bedding and barrel/action harmonics. There is alot going back and forth under an M1A barrel that is difficult to "accurize" out. Comparably the AR-10 platform has a bolt that is moving in a straight line behind the barrel and there is nothing moving around under the barrel. A free floated handguard finishes it off by letting the barrel consistently vibrate at it's natural frequency. My old (registered) AR-10 with a non-floated 20" barrel could hold 1 MOA at 100 yds with some effort. The new Noveske 18" floated HB upper on it will easily do 1/2-3/4" with BH 175 Match.
Go with an AR-10 type platform. You won't regret it. Also, mounting optics on the AR-10 is a cinch. Not always the case with an M1A.
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In a TExas sniper school I saw PSG-1 get their lunch eaten all day by olice dept M700s. It is accurate for a semi, because it came with the kind of TRIGGER you did not get on a FAL or an AR -- but most PSG-1s I've owned were lucky to shoot an inch at 100 meters, and AR-10Ts will do better than that. Get an AR-10t Upper from Armalite and put it on a Noveske upper and you are there for an AR platform


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The M1A is a great rifle but it takes a LOT more to make and keep one accurate than it does an AR pattern rifle.
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Just get an AR pattern, be it DPMS or Armalite. They can both be made to shoot well sub MOA for under 2k. Randall's right though. You'll pay for worthy glass for that rifle.
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I have a savage 10FCPXP HS Precision in .308... Super Sexy, tight groups, but heavy as isht! I asked the same question to the guy at the shop before I bought it and he told me "it's not the arrow it's the indian" didn't answer my question so I just picked up the savage.
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It's a series of rifles. So no, I don't believe it is banned.
Please, do not give out misinformation. If you check the AW list you will find that it is listed by name.

Back to the topic - AR-10 hands down.
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I have a savage 10FCPXP HS Precision in .308... Super Sexy, tight groups, but heavy as isht! I asked the same question to the guy at the shop before I bought it and he told me "it's not the arrow it's the indian" didn't answer my question so I just picked up the savage.
I always hated this kind of logic. The "Blah! Just get anything! it's the shooter, not the gun!" line of crap is getting a little tired.

Here's the bottom line, it takes a good shooter to use an accurate rifle. A good shooter can do a little bit with a crappy inaccurate rifle, but a good shooter NEEDS an accurate rifle to shoot accurately and consistently.

Most modern guns are pretty damn accurate, and more accurate than most first-time shooters. But they can all still use some work. At the very least a good trigger job.

The next time someone pulls that crap on me, I'm going to tell them to put their money where their mouth is and shoot sub-MOA at 100yards with an SKS.

Then they might wisen up and realise that sometimes it's not the shooter, sometimes it's the gun.
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AR-10 pattern rifle (Armalite or Noveske upper on a Noveske lower).

The M1A is a great rifle but it takes a LOT more to make and keep one accurate than it does an AR pattern rifle.
No quite. The PSG-1 WAS the most accurate semi-auto. Modern ARs (.223 and .308) will smoke that puppy. Great rifle though

Agreed on the M1A. There is a lot of work to be done to make one accurate. ARs, like others have said, operate in a straight line manner--which reduces internal and external bending moments to a minimum. Also, ARs don't require bedding due to their design. All you really need for an AR to be accurate (besides quality ammo) is to float a premium barrel--though you will find a lot of factory barrels to be quite accurate! You could also use a better trigger system too.
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Hehe...ah yes, the PSG-1 was badass about 20 years ago. Then again, it suffered from being based on a G-3.

I have yet to see a .308 AR shoot particularly well. The SR25s that were making their way into the USASOC inventory in the 90s were okay and the M14s took a LOT of work to make them 1MOA at most. The new M110 is getting mixed reviews now that they're fielding production models (instead of Knight's evaluation models). The G3 always had a sub-optimal trigger and the FAL always felt a bit clunky to me, but extremely reliable.

It's quite frustrating that there doesn't seem to be a standout .308 semi-auto yet (at least in my opinion).
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Remember that piston conversions eliminate this advantage of the original design...
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yup my Saiga 308 shoots 1/4" groups at 500yds, but with Orange Bear ammo. Brown bear and silver bear make it really open up to about 6/7".

AR10 is hard to beat - it's designed to free-float and to maintain its accuracy during cycling.


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The owner of this company states 3" grouping at 905 yards. here is the link. What do you think. this is chambered in .308

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http://nemesisarms.com/
I'm sure that's with something other than the NCStar MKIII scope it's pictured with.....

Those are decent scopes for the money, but they don't have the clarity for that kind of grouping at that range. Their heavy duty rings are GTG though after some lapping.

Also, it doesn't count since it's a bolt action Having said that, I'd still hit it.
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The owner of this company states 3" grouping at 905 yards. here is the link. What do you think. this is chambered in .308

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Huh wha? I guess EDM licensed the mini-Windrunner to someone else? The .308 Windrunner is sick - tiny, hardly moves and is sub-MOA accurate, but as far as I remember Bill Ritchie was making very few per year. This is an interesting development.
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Remington 750 is pretty good but not much on the "cool" factor. Throw a scope on one of those and you've got a straight shooting, super-reliable rifle...
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Would like to get some feedback on what people think is the most accurate .308 semi-auto rifle out if the box without a lot of work on it?

Under $2k if possible and CA compliant.

The one you practice with.
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