Re: What makes different guns sounds different? (In same caliber)
I beg to differ.
I think the mini14 best benefits from a proper muzzle crown. I put an 11* on the kidmini and muzzle jump seemed to go away. just an even rearward push which is all but soaked up by the gas system and the bolt.
It takes 43 muscles to frown, 17 to smile, and 3 for proper trigger squeeze.
The latest caliber or gear is no substitute for experience and skill. Rifles and cartridges don't make hits -- shooters do.
Fact of life:
After Monday and Tuesday, even the calendar says WTF!