So none of you guys know the answer but you rip on me for me showing you that the company that manufactured that piece of destruction refers to it as an assault rifle. So either they don't know what they sell or they want the stupid to think they are buying something it is not. I would have to think they know what their product is and how to present it on their website and in their ads.
Now as far as my knowledge on guns I grew up around them. Father was an expert marksman. Uncle was a Chicago police officer. Relatives hunted, target practice, skit shooting. So again I think I know as much and since you can't answer the trigger pressure question then I do believe I know more. BTW I was at the range when my uncle shot an old school machine gun. You know the one with the round magazine. Ever been around one of those?
To answer the question because I know you will never figure it out stock is 8-9 lbs of pressure. With a little tweaking it can be reduced to 7 lbs.
Lance every time you post you prove my statements. The rifle in question is what? A hunting rifle? If so is hunting so difficult that you need a minimum of a 30 round magazine? Like I said earlier if you do you suck at hunting and should stay home pop open a beer and let people be able to hunt safely not having some douche firing that many rounds at Bambi. Where do YOU draw the line 30 rounds, 50 100? Just curious on your stand in regards to the large capacity magazines.
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Last edited by Azdave; 12-18-2012 at 04:34 PM.