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I fired my 1919a4 yesterday for the first time with the AA booster on it
and had a few observations. The AA booster is for a 30-06, had a bigger
exit hole tha the standard .308 booster, but yet it worked flawlessly on
my .308 gun. I also noticed that the AA booster produced less recoil
than the standard booster did. The gun seemed to just sit there and fire.
No tripod jump at all. Keeping it on target was easy. I like the traditional
look of the gun withthe standard booster on it, but like how the
AA booster lessens the overall recoil of the gun.
I think its great. Now i dont have to have the AA booster redone
for the .308 hole.

Anyone else have the same results with theirs??

KyAKGuy
 

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OK then, what about this idea.

Can the opening on the standard booster be opened so it will recoil less
and still work reliabily? Or might a 30-06 booster work on the gun as is?

KyAKGuy
 
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