WASR Killer? RH10 Farm Test! 16/03/08 at 11.20am / by Rob Ski / 11 Comments WASR Killer? RH10 Farm Test! Support Union! Shop in our Store!
Awesome review again Rob, I never thought the sand test was bad, it was pretty cool knowing what a rifle could take. I agree century should have caught those rivets espically for the price point
Rob, how would you go about zeroing the RH10 with RPD rear sight?
I like the battle zero you did in previous vid (in yards not meters) with 6 o’clock “beltbuckle” method.
What would you recommend to achieve this zero offset with the RH10 irons?
Because there is no P on it, just zero it at 100 meters with setting to 1. It will be POA = POI on slider…
Is battle zero same as 300m?
No. It is close, but it is actually 350m
Thanks rob. Can’t wait to see the shootout test!
Hey Rob…this rifle seems similar to the M+M M10 762? Have you done or heard anything on the M10? I believe it’s the same manufacturer, but not actually sure. Thank you for your time!
Yes, this is identical rifle as M+M, but it has different importer (Century).
Thank you! I picked up a M10 a couple of weeks ago. Mine has no issues with the build/QC as the RH10 has….well the particular rifle you tested. I’m glad to know this model has proven worthy to the tests you’ve put them through. Thanks to you and the staff, for what y’all do!
Did you get the iron sights to work on this?
I see you went to the Red Dot straight away.
I have one of these, M&M, and the zero wasn’t anywhere close. I had the front sight bottomed (?) out and it was still 4-5 cm low at 15m.
I switched to a regular Romy rear sight leaf and that didn’t change anything. So I pulled the front sight barrel and cleaned up the threads, put a new post in it so everything is clean. Have yet to try it again. Work/weather/etc. I hate being a grown-up.
Yes, but that notch in rear leaf had to be file in. It was too shallow.