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Old September 19, 2017, 02:55 PM   #26
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Stagpanther... I have a fairly long thread on the PSA PA10 GenII , with the nitrated upper, the SS Upper, and a changed to Criterion barrel...over here...

https://www.ar15.com/forums/industry...te-Armory/301/


Tons of accuracy tests and observations / fixes.... I am still testing for slow methodical accuracy this weekend.

I think you will enjoy the read.
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Old September 19, 2017, 03:13 PM   #27
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Ahh I think I remember when you were talking about getting it. I'll take a look, thanx.

It's a mid-length gas system--that should be interesting. LOL
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Old September 21, 2017, 01:31 PM   #28
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Today went out for another round of tests--I took several groups of cartridges that I had found to be pretty good with the remmie bullets and CFE BLK. We are currently getting hit with the remnants of Jose--so it was a washing machine of gusty winds at the gravel pit at 20 to 25+. I also swapped out a lower with a 2-stage 3.5 lb draw trigger but that has a conventional mil-spec hammer to see if that made any difference with the Tula steel-case ammo.

All of the groups were reasonable given the fact the target was shifting around in the winds, all 4 groups had at least one shot in or touching the bulls and no shot was more than 1.5" from POA.



I fired off a single mag of Tula and every one shot no problem with the mil-spec hammer trigger group. I suspect the cut-out hammer of the Saber may take away just enough momentum that it could be the problem I initially had with getting the Tula to cycle correctly.

I've never been a fanboy of PSA and have had my share of disappointments--but I have to say this has been one immensely fun and satisfying purchase that has opened my eyes to lots of possibilities. I know I can carry this into the woods knowing with complete confidence that if I do my job--the rifle will do it's job and put the bullet where it needs to go.
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