my point about the FF tube is that I believe it is capable of potentially producing more leverage on the rifle as a whole.... not the barrel in particular. I understand that it has less direct contact with the barrel. I'm talking about the principal of the lever
Understand the principal of the lever. Don't see how the free float tube could produce more leverage than the stock mounting point.
I'll be practicing while at the bench but I'll also be going out into the desert and shooting at targets on the move. My goal is to eventually get good enough to try a
In all that shooting, do you ever use a sling to stabilize the gun? Do you shoot from prone using a sling? If not, then you may well not need a free float tube.
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Last edited by darkgael; November 10, 2012 at 11:10 PM.