Took my AA 1919 out yesterday and had fun with a friend and his L4A4.
The gun functioned flawlessly through 200 rounds of .308. We were both clanging plates and having a good time.
Took the gun apart when I came home and found this:
The AA supplied sear is too loose in the milled slot and is being deformed. It is now cockeyed in the slot which will compound the issue. I have a total of 500 rounds through the gun. I seriously doubt the sear will survive another 500.
Thankfully, the slot in the bolt works nicely with the KMP sear and the AA trigger works with the KMP sear as well. I dropped my spare sear in and will order another spare from Brad at Gunthings today. I don't know where the AA sears come from.
I emailed these and other pics to AA last night and will call James and Albie today to get it squared away. Hopefully, they will do something quickly.
Bummed about this. Otherwise, the gun has been fine and James has responded quickly to my questions in the past. I'm pleased overall and if they respond to this promptly, I really can't complain. I've found much worse from folks like Colt and S&W...