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I figure at 6-2 290- lbs the extra weight, of the gun not me, won't bother me that much.
Go with the 24 incher! Better velocity and accuracy with the longer barrel. I'd also go with a heavy barrel for coyotes and squirels, you can shoot all day and not worry about heat or accuracy problems and it's worth the small amount of extra weight !
Both but probably more squirrels than yotes
Whats is it going to be fore ? Calling or just squirrels or both.
Come on Heath if I was going to do that I would just get a another lower and a build a 204 upper
Get one of each !!
Capital to late I ordered a 24" fluted barrel this morning. If it doesnt work out i will jus have to build another one. Now when i work on the next one I can juast tell the wife this isnt new I am just working on the one I built last month honey I hope to have it done with pics by next week. Still need to get a scope mount going to put an old Leopold 3X9 on it for now. Robert
I really dont think you want a 24" barreled calling rifle. Your accuracy will not be improved, but you will have a marginal improvement in velocity. A 20" barreled AR15 will still let you pop squirrels out at 300-400 yards if you can shoot that well and be lighter and much easier to swing around on running coyote.
Posted 07 April 2008 - 01:57 PM
Go with those Picatinny rings that Heath has. They're the secksy!
Still need to get a scope mount going to put an old Leopold 3X9 on it for now. Robert
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