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We have the PTR 91F out at the range today. This rifle is a heavy barreled clone of the original HK-91, the original civilian version of the venerable G3 battle rifle. These rifles are great shooters, very reliable though use of a fluted chamber and delayed roller blowback operation.
The rifle is a bit rough of brass, however there are some aftermarket products such as port buffers to help with that minor issue. The trigger is setup out of the box for a 7.5lb pull weight, not the best for accuracy work but you may be surprised at what we wring out of the rifle even with a heavy trigger.
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