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Took My recently acquired and upgraded MR556 to the range today. Shot off my Atlas bipod with remanufactured ammo at 50 yards and FGMM 77grain 223 at 100 yards. Below are the results, overall very happy with this gun after a few hundred rounds. The targets were 3 inch and 6 inch shoot N C.
 

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As you master your fundamentals better, you should be able to tighten your groups up. The MR556 is much better than a 2 MOA rifle, particularly with match grade ammo (which is what HK recommends for the best performance out of the MR556).
 

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Stretch it out....you have the ultimate set up....congrats

Looks like a lot of fun shooting at that distance. Unfortunately, my local range only goes to 200 yards. I really enjoy watching all your videos and gun handling skills. I hope to start participating in matches at Universal Shooting Academy.
 

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Looks like a lot of fun shooting at that distance. Unfortunately, my local range only goes to 200 yards. I really enjoy watching all your videos and gun handling skills. I hope to start participating in matches at Universal Shooting Academy.
Be sure to use your HK's and get some video to share!
 

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Nice set up. Are they KAC BUIS? What mount are you using to clear the BUIS?
I switched the sights to KAC micro's, I prefer them to most other BUIS. You don't need any type of tools to adjust them and they are extremely solid. I mounted my scope using a Larue SPR 1.5 mount. Solid mount and keeps zero when removing and reattaching.
 
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