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Old 02-05-2021, 10:11 AM
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That's actually one of the nicer wooded AAM's that I've seen. I think you will really like the way it shoots, they air gauged the barrels when they built them and were supposed to perform at the 82G Star level which is essentially .3 @ 50 yds with top drawer ammo. The stocks aren't as robust as the coarser made 82G and are sort of weak right behind the trigger guard, so factor that into how hard you handle it.
The one I have is an excellent shooter with about whatever I feed it.
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Old 02-05-2021, 11:28 AM
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That's actually one of the nicer wooded AAM's that I've seen. I think you will really like the way it shoots, they air gauged the barrels when they built them and were supposed to perform at the 82G Star level which is essentially .3 @ 50 yds with top drawer ammo. The stocks aren't as robust as the coarser made 82G and are sort of weak right behind the trigger guard, so factor that into how hard you handle it.
The one I have is an excellent shooter with about whatever I feed it.
Did you do any bedding work? When I looked at the internal stock cuts I was kinda surprised how "rough" it looks. I was thinking having seen that, taking it in and out the stock would a repeatability rating of Zero LOL. I am thinking bedding and pillars can only improve the situation.
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I didn't do anything to it other than torque the action screws to 20inpds.
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Mine is just like Sage's. It shoots so well, I would not dream of fiddling with it. That says quite a bit; as I am a self-proclaimed world class fiddler when it comes to guns.
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Old 02-05-2021, 09:01 PM
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I'm not saying that I tinker much with guns but i've tried a few things over the years for one reason or another. I mean just trying what could go wrong with that.....
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Old 02-06-2021, 08:08 AM
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I respect that you threaded it for a suppressor, but I would have designed an internal recoil spring.

Not many targets make it to the front of my safe. This is one example of why I elected to leave my AAM alone:

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Old 02-06-2021, 09:01 AM
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Jory that looks like a gun some of my farmer friends would have built. May be just a little primitive but every prototype can use a little refinement. Lol
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Old 02-06-2021, 10:49 AM
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I respect that you threaded it for a suppressor, but I would have designed an internal recoil spring.

Not many targets make it to the front of my safe. This is one example of why I elected to leave my AAM alone:

That...is a keeper!!!!
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