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Old 02-01-2012, 11:15 PM   #11
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You don't have to be embarrassed as I'm not passing judgement. I'm just curious. I don't know much about AMDs and am wanting to get a better feel for how they handle/perform.

Standing there, taking aim, then slowly squeezing the trigger or standing at the high or low ready, snapping your dot onto the target placing 2-3 shot strings then repeating. There's a big difference b/w the 2.

I'm at a loss as to where your attitude is coming from.
I guess I am just someone who does not really care what people do understand or what they don't understand.
If you want to find out about the a AMD-65 just buy one, it's what I and many others have done.
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Old 02-01-2012, 11:26 PM   #12
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So this was more of a show-and-tell, light on the tell, post?

I thought we were here to share information. If you want to have attitude that's your prerogative. I however am after information for the learning experience. Know the fashion in which you were shooting makes a huge difference in judging how the AMD performs.

I'm still interested so whenever you get the time I'm all ears.

Take care.

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I'm sure glad rifleshooter474 isn't typical of the members on here.

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I'm sure glad rifleshooter474 isn't typical of the members on here.
It really seems odd that he reacted the way he did to such a simple question that is very important to the topic at hand.
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