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Thanks for making those. The bubble scale seems slightly funky, like on the m193 55gr hornady frontier.

I was at the range last Wed and did a few more tests:


Slightly worse shooting that day, but it was also "can't feel your fingers cold"


Rifle
Ammo
CTC
MOA
X
Y
Off X
Off Y
AUG​
IMI 55gr M193​
3.628​
3.466​
3.299​
3.215​
0.605​
-1.652​
AUG​
Winchester_64gr_deer season XP​
1.847​
1.764​
1.129​
1.653​
-1.268​
0.834​
AUG​
ADI 69gr SMK​
2.043​
1.951​
1.127​
1.76​
-1.914​
-1.708​
RDB​
IMI 55gr M193​
4.272​
4.081​
3.054​
3.597​
-0.248​
0.378​
RDB​
Winchester_64gr_deer season XP​
2.674​
2.554​
2.32​
1.855​
0.433​
0.496​
RDB​
ADI 69gr SMK​
3.155​
3.013​
3.099​
1.492​
-0.657​
1.774​

Still the same conclusion: I certainly didn't make it worse, but not sure I made it better, apart from the handguard pressure induced stringing.

Still sucks the $1.30 a round ammo is the best shooting, despite looking like factory rejects.
Yea.. I couldn't change the the x and y numbers. But its set up to show half boxes to show the 1 inch.So the 1 on the chart is actually 2"
This is more to show where the groups would end up if they were all on the same target.

Both guns seem to shoot to the left(which mine did to..just more up)..Your average group size with the aug is the same (all groups averages 2.3 moa) ..And your Win 64gr option seems to be what it likes best...Id be curious what 50gr options you have in your area and how those shoot..
 

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Sorry, nothing new to report here. I've been playing with the AUG when I can get to the range and just haven't had the time to do more testing on the RDB post welding. There are things I miss about the RDB: the downward ejection, the weight, the thin-ness, the lighter trigger... But every trip to the range with the AUG so far has been flawless and I leave happy. Can't say that about range days with the RDB before I cut on it.
I'm hoping to do a little more with the RDB in the summer, but that's when the range gets busy with new shooters and I might actually have to make sure they don't shoot themselves (or others) by accident.
 

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Sorry, nothing new to report here. I've been playing with the AUG when I can get to the range and just haven't had the time to do more testing on the RDB post welding. There are things I miss about the RDB: the downward ejection, the weight, the thin-ness, the lighter trigger... But every trip to the range with the AUG so far has been flawless and I leave happy. Can't say that about range days with the RDB before I cut on it.
I'm hoping to do a little more with the RDB in the summer, but that's when the range gets busy with new shooters and I might actually have to make sure they don't shoot themselves (or others) by accident.
Any..more updates?
 
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