Got to shoot a Styer AUG last night

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  1. Helix_FR

    Helix_FR New Member

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    All I can say is, way cool. The design is absolutely incredible. Barrel changes in about 15 seconds. Trigger group changes in about 10 seconds. Very little recoil, very accurate, trigger wasn't bad for a modular group but I had to remind myself that this was a military gun not a match gun. price tag is kinda steep.
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    What? No pictures? ;)
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    Helix_FR New Member

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    If i knew if I were going to partake on such adventure then I would have brought it. My camera on my phone? Yeah, left that in the car that my wife took to go shopping. Dumb on my part:(
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    Whoops! Well, it happens to us all. :D
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    I have never fired one of them but I have lusted after one for years.
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    My only real complaint is that when I shot ours it threw my head up pretty high and POI is a little out because of how high the scope is above the barrel.
    But its a military application so that probably doesn't matter much anyway. I doubt there are 100 rounds through it and its been in the armoury for 15 years or more.
    I prefer the Valmet M82. We have a small Armson OEG mounted on it.
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    A "Trigger Tamer" REALLY helps with the trigger pull.
    A little adjustment after instillation, and it took out almost all the creep, and cut the pull "at least" in half.
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    forgot the camera eh??? thats firearms privelege abuse!!!:p
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