posted on Nov, 11 2010 @ 10:39 PM
Said it before and I'll swear by it again, I love my Remington 7615-p.
Pump action 5.56 / .223. have penetrator rounds, nosler partition rds, hollow points, heavy slugs, light slugs, tracers, stainless casings, brass
casings, polymer casings and shoots them all just fine, no tophats, misfeeds, etc. My eyes are dicey at my age, but with that being said, I still put
3 rd groups together at 100 yds. Just don't tell the Missus, I keep telling her I can't shoot for crap so I need the practice. And as previously
stated, it's Remington, so it'll out last me.
Pump action, so I don't worry about the gas block, springs etc. associated with semi-auto and while not as fast cycling the slide as a semi., it'll
do just fine. And for those thinking you may be scavenging ammo from the dead, it takes the AR mags. Sure to be a few of those laying around, right?
Besides, who in their right mind looks forward to a firefight? Being based as the 7600 is on the venerable 870 series, if need be just rack the slide
and most think it's a shotgun. I've already tried this in real life, they all ran, Thank God, 6 of 'em giving the old lady some crap in my own
backyard, in Fla that's a legal shoot. Current prices for .223 run at about $5.00 for a box of 20, (cheap Russian ammo, the gun doesn't care) up to
.85 a round for the noslers.
It's all good.