I do. It certainly isn't a bad barrel, and I've enjoyed the performance its given. I still get fliers on occasion, but I don't know for sure if thats due to the barrel. But that being said I am about to upgrade to a higher end barrel, just to see what kind of difference I get.
Well I'll be Dow grading from a higher end barrel haha, hency me wanting to know more about the AA one, some one else I know has given good feedback on the AA barrel, in that for the price its pretty decent.
I do have a maple leaf ast rubber to try which should work fine in the AA barrel as its open windowed hop chamber so tempted because it can use that hop rubber plus standard vsr ones
I run a Maple Leaf bucking, AA Chamber, and AA 6.01 barrel. I gotta say, the thing is pin point to about 200ft, and effective on mansized targets to about 300ft. I could probably push past that, but haven't had the opportunity. Like I said, I get fliers every once in a while, but that could be the ammo, the barrel (be it the barrel or the barrel being dirty), or even just some residue from the ammo on the bucking.
Are you using the standard AA chamber nub or a different one?
I'm aware a flat nub may work better with the maple leaf rubber I have, but if it works fine with the AA cylindrical nub I'll stick with that
Standard AA or different one? I'm not sure what you mean. I thought action army only puts out their upgrade chamber. But in any case, I switched from a cylinder nub to a flat nub and did see a slight improvement, but nothing spectacularly improved.
I've got the 540mm 6.03mm AA barrel, where I filed down the window to install a Maple Leaf bucking. I've got nothing to compare it to, but I've hit man-sized targets out to 80m (240ft). Pretty nice for the money.