Thread: Ergonomics
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Old September 22, 2012, 09:44 PM   #16
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All do respect to Clint Smith, but........ Didn't seem to be a problem in SE Asia, when I attended the Live Fire FTX with pop-up, shoot-back targets.
That was where Clint Smith got his experience with the M16 was SE Asia.

I really think that's a non-issue.
I see you have fallen into your own trap, so to speak, about what is being ergonomic. The M16 is great because you like the erogonomics, but when somebody points out something less ergonomic, you discount it as a non-issue. That is something interesting about ergonomics, the little 1/2 here and 1/2 there problems that mean the difference between what people like and what people don't.
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