You'll shoot your eye out, kid.. Kids nowadays..... I only got a DPMS rifle. I never got an ACOG scope. Friends dont let shoot BB guns
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - swiftcoyote
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(12/01/2012) [-]
I only got a DPMS rifle. I never got an ACOG scope.
User avatar #2 to #1 - nekozombiee
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I have a 2 tone AEG... How do you think I feel? Bright ******* orange man...
#5 to #1 - anon id: d4fa1def
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Neither did he, that is not an ACOG.
#13 to #5 - Aejax
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That actually is an ACOG...
#23 to #5 - ShroomFish
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That is a ACOG......
#4 to #1 - vaskaduzea
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am i the only ******* person that doesn't actually likes scopes ? don't you like a challenge ?
User avatar #18 to #4 - Zarke
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I see the best of both worlds. Iron sights are pretty freakin' cool, but your guns probably shoot better than you can see anyways, so why not have one with a decent scope on it?
User avatar #36 to #4 - jjotu [OP]
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Using a scope in combat has advantages, mostly it aids in target identification, but it also allows for crude rangefinding and ballistic compensation out to 800 meters.

Every soldier in the Army is trained to use iron sights, then when deployed some are given an ACOG to aid in killing the enemy.

I prefer iron sights on many rifles, but when I was in Afghanistan, I was glad I had an ACOG.
#37 to #36 - vaskaduzea
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dude, most of us just use guns in the shooting range or at the woods for hunting, if i were in a war of course i would use a scope because its easier and better and has advantages, but when shooting for fun i won't use it
#24 to #1 - apothicary
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User avatar #3 - cunningstunt
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YULE shoot your eye out

Get it

Because it's Christmas...
User avatar #8 to #3 - megatrollinator
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Screw the Yules, I have Money
#15 to #3 - oosulley
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User avatar #19 to #3 - thehawkeye
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User avatar #22 to #3 - thepyras
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That's my favorite Christmas song.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=fI9V2m04QZw
User avatar #7 - gustaforce
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your right mine didnt come with a scope
#9 to #7 - notyaoming
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They're just 1,500 dollars extra....******* ACOG's.
User avatar #10 to #9 - happygrowman
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1500 dollars for a ******* scope? hory ****. wtf
#11 to #10 - notyaoming
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Depends on which model you get actually. The smaller, more compact ACOG is anywhere from 1,000 - 1,200. Schmidt-Bender Rifle Scopes (the variable zoom scope the USMC uses for the M40A5) are 3,800 a piece.
User avatar #12 to #11 - happygrowman
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why are scopes so expensive!?
User avatar #35 to #12 - jjotu [OP]
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The ACOGs are purged and sealed with Argon gas, making them fog proof. Also, they have have small amounts of a radioactive material called Tritium that allows the reticle to glow, even in complete darkness.
User avatar #38 to #35 - happygrowman
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(12/02/2012) [-]
wow. i never thought so much work went into making scopes...
User avatar #39 to #38 - jjotu [OP]
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Learning is half the battle!
#14 - therealowenevr
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#6 - theholyblade
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Living in Texas, I can say it's exactly like that.
Living in Texas, I can say it's exactly like that.
User avatar #21 - sunice
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They made a sequel to this movie and was released this year. Someone needs to die for that.
User avatar #25 to #21 - ichbinlegion **User deleted account**
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w..what? WHY? WHO DID THIS?
this movie was a part of my childhood... and i can't imagine this movie with new actors or setting.
User avatar #26 to #25 - sunice
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Completely new actors but same characters while ripping off many ideas from the original but also setting place at age 16? for him, but really was and is a prime example of a sequel that should not be made
User avatar #28 to #26 - ichbinlegion **User deleted account**
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when was the original film made? You can't do this jokes in a 2000 setting..
just.... NO
#30 to #28 - sunice
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1983 and this should give you an idea
User avatar #27 to #26 - sunice
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Also i completely refuse to ever see it
#29 to #27 - ragged
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So you refuse to see it but judge it anyway?
User avatar #31 to #29 - sunice
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Yes because its completely unnecessary and just the idea of it would more than likely end badly
User avatar #20 - baconasaurus
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FUDGE!
#17 - leyhoooo
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User avatar #16 - sausydangles
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That makes my Mini 14 look like a piece of crap
User avatar #32 - chucknorrisTHEGAME
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When I was in elementary school, they made us watch this movie every single year. We did not have the option to sit out. Then my uncle made me watch it a few years as well when my family went over there. I hate this movie so freaking much because of that.