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Old 10-09-2012, 07:27   #28
Cdoggsizzle
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Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: Midlothian, VA
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I had a chance to take it out this weekend and it ran great, no problems whatsoever.
Accurate right out of the gate, shot it at 25 & 50 yards, to make sure the iron sights were in the right neighborhood. Groups at 50 about 2-3", not great but I'm happy with that.

It was a lot of fun, I'm going to have to save up for more ammo!

Overall, I have to rate my experience with PSA and Bravo Co as 10 / 10.

My lower parts kit (PSA) was missing the trigger guard set screw. I sent an email, and got a response within 24 hours, and they sent a new one.

All items were received within the time frame I was given, so I was happy with that, given the things I read about long lead times.


Overall, I am a very satisfied customer, and will not hesitate to purchase from either of these companies again.-
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