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I decided I "needed" a new rifle this season, so I ordered an Armalite 13.5 3GN

 

Anyone have experience with the tunable comp? I assume since I am right handed it will have some muzzle rise and a twitch to the right. Are the pucks fairly easy to drill out? or should I go ahead and order more because I'll probably screw it up?

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I have been shooting this comp for a while and found that actually drilling out the holes wasn't necessary for really good recoil management. Shoot it before you drill it and decide for yourself?

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yeah I will shoot it before making an changes. I just have a history with drills lol

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The metal in the center of those pucks is really soft.  Any home depot drill bit and a cordless drill will work.  Stick a piece of wooden dowel in the comp as a stop for the drill bit.  I ordered extra pucks too but did not need them.  I keep them in my range bag in case one ever falls out at a match, but that has not been an issue so far.  Probably 1500 rounds in. 

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10 hours ago, Terry44 said:

The metal in the center of those pucks is really soft.  Any home depot drill bit and a cordless drill will work.  Stick a piece of wooden dowel in the comp as a stop for the drill bit.  I ordered extra pucks too but did not need them.  I keep them in my range bag in case one ever falls out at a match, but that has not been an issue so far.  Probably 1500 rounds in. 

Thanks - just picked it up today, hoping to get it out this weekend.

 

BTW - if anyone is thinking about one of these Dave Hartman from the 3gun show can hook you up with a great deal

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I have Armalite brakes on 3 different rifles (only one of them is actually an Armalite rifle) and absolutely love them.  Very easy to tune for both upward and lateral movement.  

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