Shooting the Del-Ton/Anderson AR15M4A3. This was my second AR15 build. A Del-Ton 16 inch HBar mid length rifle kit from a Del-Ton dealer with an Anderson stripped multi lower receiver. Total cost for the complete rifle is $440. Add a cheap $30 NC Star carry handle I had as a back up for my 20 inch AR and M4 sling. All military specification or mil spec except the stock pad cut from the sole of a shoe that I epoxied on. The rifle is of good quality for the price and it just runs. No malfunctions to this date. It is gassed perfectly, right where it needs to be. Not over or under gassed but just right as you might see by the 3 to 4 O'clock (90ish degree) even consistency of the ejected brass. Using 5.56 and .223 factory ammo. Both Federal Independence 5.56 M193 55gr. FMJ and Federal bulk pack .223 55gr. FMJ. The footage was all using .223. I normally shoot 5.56 PPU M193 but for just range practice shooting usually .223. Shooting was done from both the Benchmaster rifle rest and from the kneeling position although the rifle rest was not really designed with AR15s in mind. It is more of a standard traditional stock bolt rifle rest than for pistol grip mag fed autoloaders. I am not affiliated with Del-Ton or Anderson or ASC or NC Star or Benchmaster or the ammo mentioned or their products. Nor am I endorsing any of them.
Next time on the range I hope to get closer views of paper target impacts and bullet groups.