Having recently bought an HK MR556. I knew I'd need to find a place to shoot with longer range than the 25 yard lanes that my local range has. The 25 yard distance isn't much of a challenge for a rifle like that.
I found a range that's about an hour away, it's indoor, has 100 yard shooting lanes, and holographic targets. From talking to the guy there, and looking into the place, looks like it'll be a great place to practice with the MR556. White rolls of paper with a holograph shown on it, different types of images. When the sheet is filled or a change is desired, they roll the paper to a new section that hasn't been used.
Anyone familiar with these holographic targets?
Below is the MR556 at 25 yards, not much challenge.
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Thanks for the report--- nice placement!!!
Nice shooting, what are you using for a scope?
This is an EOTech 558 holographic sight. No magnification, just 1x. Has an MOA of 1. So far I like it better than any of the red dots that have on other firearms.
You mean video games ?