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Hey all,

Just a quick & derty. Threw on an arm brace & a Fastfire III red dot.



Sighted in at 25 yds. Noticed while I was sighting in (3 shot groups) that the groups were tight, almost touching :cool: and as I zero'd in, the groups stayed nice and tight as they walked into the center. Started with Fiocchi 124 grain rn. Ran flawlessly. Switched to S&B 124 grain with same results. Went to standard 115 grain white box & mixed reloads- Zero issues. 150 rounds total. Thoroughly impressed.

Prior to taking her out she got a thorough clean & lube. From the factory the innards were bone dry. Greased her up nice & cycled the bolt a couple hunnert times just because. Is a pleasure to fondle. Am now really wanting a K.
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Looks nice! Seems like your report was similar to mine just without the red dot. I couldn't have been happier with my MKE Zenith purchase. I got the same setup but in a folding stock (cheek weld stock), not sbr. I have been looking into the new SB arm brace but still inquiring on the length and ability to get a good sight picture on the irons? what is your thoughts? Also, does the end cap (for buffer tube) come with the SB brace or should i hold onto mine that i bought from HK parts? thanks for your report and welcome! if your curious on my set up let me know. i can attach some pics. I spent a lot of money going through parts to get what i want :)
 

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Sight picture with irons is similar to an A2, very natural. I can get you lop measurements. Although it is shorter than an A2 it still 'feels' right. It does come with an H buffer installed and is plug&play ready out of the box. Highly recommend it.:cool:

Edit: Just to clarify, the arm brace comes with its own adaptor installed so you will not need any other parts to use it. Also, if you shop around you can find it for about $160 shipped.
 

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how do you like the K? Is it worth it even tho it's only semi auto? :D
No doubt about it it is worth it. I ran it in a course this summer for a lot of the drills, especially the PDW specific ones like the hostile checkpoint simulation. The size and concealability balanced against the amount of work it can do put it at the top of the list. I knew I would never want to suppress it, because concealability was the main reason for me going after that gun, beside the fact that I always liked HK's original implementation of it.
 

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Sight picture with irons is similar to an A2, very natural. I can get you lop measurements. Although it is shorter than an A2 it still 'feels' right. It does come with an H buffer installed and is plug&play ready out of the box. Highly recommend it.:cool:

Edit: Just to clarify, the arm brace comes with its own adaptor installed so you will not need any other parts to use it. Also, if you shop around you can find it for about $160 shipped.

Can you do me a solid and get those measurements for me? I am interested in the SB brace but do wonder how it compares to the A2. Thanks in advance.
 
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