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WANTED SIG AMT and PE57

dw miller

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510-4 was a good gun I had one in the early 80’s, really no part’s available. It shot no better than my HK 91. So I got rid of it. Today it’s worth a fortune but a gun with no magazines is worthless.
 

Combloc

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Are you kidding? If only for the trigger alone, my AMT is a way better target rifle. And when you flip the winter trigger down, the pull drops below four pounds. I agree that the HK 91 is no slouch but it's no AMT. As for parts, how many AMT's have you ever seen broken??? Magazines? All you need is a couple. It's not like you're taking the thing into combat or pounding 20,000 rounds through it!!
 

hkshooter

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Are you kidding? If only for the trigger alone, my AMT is a way better target rifle. And when you flip the winter trigger down, the pull drops below four pounds. I agree that the HK 91 is no slouch but it's no AMT. As for parts, how many AMT's have you ever seen broken??? Magazines? All you need is a couple. It's not like you're taking the thing into combat or pounding 20,000 rounds through it!!
I've never seen an AMT let alone any broken ones. Wouldn't recognize a mag if it bit me in the arse.
What's the logic of making a winter trigger lighter than the standard? Do I understand correctly? Because with gloves on I can't feel a trigger and that means less control. I'd want the winter trigger for use with gloves to be heavier so I could feel it through the gloves without firing the rifle unintentionally.
 

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If you read the writeup I did on the rifle, the winter trigger making the pull lighter will become clear. Essentially, it makes the trigger longer, therby giving you more leverage, lightening the pull.
 

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If you read the writeup I did on the rifle, the winter trigger making the pull lighter will become clear. Essentially, it makes the trigger longer, therby giving you more leverage, lightening the pull.
I've never seen your write up on the rifle. Still, a lighter trigger when one is wearing gloves seems like a really bad idea, regardless of how it's lightened.
 
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