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Old April 11, 2014, 11:32 AM   #7
Sharkbite
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Join Date: November 4, 2013
Location: Western slope of Colorado
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I am going to see how the Aug shoots lefty before I go buy a left handed set up. The Aug has an additional problem that the M4 does not: the Aug is a bullpup, so the ejection port, if you are left handed, will be right on your face.
I tried to do some shoulder transition drills with my AUG clone. Boy be careful!! Unless you get really far to the rear, you WILL eat brass. I had to basically get my chin on the buttplate in order to not be hit by ejecting brass

That was one of the chief reasons i sold the gun. After thousands of hours of bi-laterial shooting with an M4 system. I figured id do it with this AUG critter without thinking about it and end up with my face against the ejection port. BANG.... Left check with a SERIOUS cass of bolt rash and a 556 case stuck between my teeth

Id spend some time dry practicing with that gun to figure out how to hold her before trying to shoot it. Just my 2c

Enjoy!!!!
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