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View Poll Results: If AT was fitted to a new gun you were really considering for target shooting...
Would you buy it regardless? 33 25.19%
Would you buy it only if you could get it removed? 51 38.93%
Would you buy another gun without it instead? 26 19.85%
Would you buy another 2nd hand gun without it instead? 12 9.16%
Would you delay the purchase and look for other options? 9 6.87%
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Old 6th November 2009, 04:36 PM
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Hi Ray

i've given no info out "Yet" but believe me i will when the time is right.

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Old 6th November 2009, 04:49 PM
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Cheers Pete.

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Old 6th November 2009, 05:39 PM
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I don't gamble, but right now i'd have a dabble on Steyr & Walther thinking the Brit made guns having voluntary AT is a damn good idea.
Probably done their sales no harm at all, even with the exchange rate going against them.
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Old 28th November 2009, 08:52 PM
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AT seems to dissapear in my presence, so never been fussed about it! If a new gun went wrong im so impatient I would just fix it myself. As I tune and fix these rifles all the time I would want to tune it when I got it and then be able to adjust accordingly as it bedded in. AT is good and bad really, for people who dont know anything about them it means they cant mess there gun up then send it back to the manufacturer and say it was already broken, but then the dissadvantage is for those that know there guns inside out and want to be able to tinker with them. Basically I would rather fix it myself and void the warranty and have it finished same day than have to wait weeks for it to be returned to me. Im sure alot of you think the same?
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