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Old 06-23-2019, 17:09   #26
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No ASI did not. But I didn't ask either. The one thing I noticed is that the new firing pin was even with the back of the bolt when forward. The old one did not fit flush.

The barn in the background is over 200 years old. I was shooting steel targets from 50 yards all the way to 150. It shot well. I didn't shoot targets past 25 yards. Just enough to get it sighted in. I then used the ballistics calc to determine 100 yard zero. No adjustments for the steel from 50 to 150.
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