View Full Version : Is this typical AO quality??
8th September 2006, 21:09
Or did someone butcher this slide before it came to my shop:
I'm documenting it for my customer, but I am also doing a little CYA! :)
Anyone see this before?
9th September 2006, 01:03
Doesn't look "factory" to me. But then I've never seen an AO gun. It just doesn't look as if this thing came out of a factory (no matter how bad a factory it is, and I am not saying AO is a bad factory).
9th September 2006, 07:47
It looks like the mighty Dremal tool has struck again.
9th September 2006, 21:42
Wow, That doesnt look good. How beat up were the locking lugs on the barrel? :confused:
9th September 2006, 23:26
Fortunately, the barrel's lugs look fine. I know who the previous owner was, and I know he didn't tinker with it, and I thought he bought it new. That's why I was concerned. I can't imagine what they were trying to accomplish here.
17th September 2006, 13:41
Sure looks like a Dremel run at high speed. It seems to have skipped a couple of times. No matter how hard up a factory is for tooling I've never seen one set up a pistol line with Dremel's.
Either the pistol was used or it went out for repair to somebody who didn't know what they were doing.
17th September 2006, 20:35
It turns out I was wrong about who the former owner was, so any presumptions I had made regarding it are out the window. I was hoping it wasn't something that happened at the factory; and it most likely was not. I've seen some crazy things done by people with a Dremel.
18th September 2006, 10:24
Someone has a signature that states " There is no problem that can't be made worse with a Dremel".
18th September 2006, 11:45
I saw that on here as well; I've even quoted it to customers. Oops, better not say that. Now I'll have to pay royalties. :D
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