Posted: 11/2/2004 7:10:43 PM EDT
To the board:
For the last couple of days I been messin with this rifle without a lot of good things happening. First the sight had to be moved all the way over to the right to more or less center on a target a lousy fifty yards away.
Also troublesome is the fact that the gun hold a magnificent three to four inches at fifty yards.
Are AK's ammunition sensitive, or do they generally shoot well or poorly with different ammo?
I've been using the Wolf steel cased stuff because it was available. Is this stuff good or poor or mediocre.
This AK is a wasr10, and it shoots worse than a chinese example I had several years ago so far. Is it possible that a change of ammo will help it shoot a little better?
It seems like the Romanians are bad about lining up that front sight block.
wasnt there a sticky somewhere on how to fix a canted fsb ?