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« on: March 16, 2020, 11:46:07 AM »

 I did a trade with a guy a few weeks ago for an RDB he said had less than 200 rounds through it. I amd and always will be a Steyr AUG fan, since I carried one for 18 years as a U.S. Customs Air Interdiction officer and Special Agent.

 I finally got to take the RBD to the range yesterday. I had a SPARC II red dot optic in stock, so I mounted it on the RDB. I did purchase the Kel-Tec M-lok handguard for it, and installed an Inforce WML light.

 Once I got it zeroed, I was first impressed by the trigger. Way better than it needs to be for a MOA (Minute Of Ambush) rifle. I started with Federal M855 62 grain green tip ammo and Magpul magazines. It was right on the money on man-size targets out to 400 yards from the standing off-hand position. I had zero failures.

 I switched to mil-spec 55 grain ammo, and again zero failures. I fired approximately 600 rounds, and the RDB ran like a Swiss watch. My only concern it going to be it's long term durability. It will not replace any of my Steyr AUGs as a SHTF go-to rifle, but it so far has proven to be a reliable and accurate rifle.
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