I just received a Wilderness Tactical Giles sling for the AUG. First impressions are good. It's simple and feels comfortable so far. This next week I will evaluate it as I will be doing quite a bit of shooting and hiking with it.
This week I reached 500 rounds since the last cleaning of the AUG. I wish I could say it was without issue, but, there were some problems functioning with the Hornady 75gr steel cased training ammo.
Today The Giant Ginger and I hit the range, and did a bit of accuracy testing with the AUG. He also put it through its paces, loaned me an ACOG, and provided a smorgasbord of ammunition to see how this thing shoots and functions. Let's see how it did!
Finally after waiting for the Steyr AUG A3's to drop down to pre-panic pricing, I finally have my own. Ahead are a plethora of pictures, and quite the wall of text!
Hopefully this clears up any confusion. The angular part of the pin faces towards the inside of the slide, leaving the long edge outside. This helps to cam the extractor into place.
These guns were salvaged from a ship that sunk in the Pacific Ocean. Just kidding, this is what happened to guns stored in a locking case for one year in Las Vegas. If you have a strong stomach, read on for the full autopsy report!