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    I thought that as well looking at the asr video since it appears to just be a bolt w/o firing pin in the case which one would assume they are interchangeable. The manual doesn't show changing firing pin assemblies either. I definitely would like to save $600 if that's the case. I've not been able to get a response from AI though.
    Ive learned as a customer is damned near impossible to get a answer from AI on anything. Its better to call or email someone at Milehigh or Eurooptic and they can usually get an answer from AI pretty quickly.
    Example. Recently I saw AI put a post on Instagram up of a covert rail system w/ mlok for the AXSR and reached out to my guy at Eurooptic to ask what the availability is on it. Had an answer w/in a few hours from AI. Ironically enough it was the same canned answer theyve given in the past, they dont intend to ever sell an mlok rail and their keyslot is king.
    Even tho they had just posted a picture of a new covert mlok rail on instagram. 🤦‍♂️
     
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    Key word = complete.
    You can still use your existing AXSR shroud and firing pin assembly on different AXSR bolts. Unless you want a complete one, that is
    Ah ok makes sense now. Appreciate the clarification.
     

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    I know I’ve seen it somewhere in one of these threads, but there are so many ongoing that digging through em all would be insane...

    Does anyone have a pic of the AXSR/ASR stock interface (where it interfaces with the chassis) next to the standard AX stock?

    I remember them not being factory interchangeable but was thinking that it might be possible to put an AXSR/ASR stock on an AXSA/AXMC with some trimming/grinding and bonding. ...for no reason other than uniqueness and burning money.

    Pop that fucker on an AXMC with a chopped down MKIII forend and GTAC (...or @samb300 ’s upcoming mod) and you’d have yourself the ultimate unicorn.

    #BurnMoney
     

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    Does anyone have a pic of the AXSR/ASR stock interface (where it interfaces with the chassis) next to the standard AX stock?
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    Hey man, I have this photo that popped up around shot show... It's a very different back end between the AXMC and AXSR.

    I don't have the AXSR in person yet so I can't measure anything up for you unfortunately.
     
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    Hey man, I have this photo that popped up around shot show... It's a very different back end between the AXMC and AXSR.

    I don't have the AXSR in person yet so I can't measure anything up for you unfortunately.
    Thanks for the pic man.
    Yea I remember seeing a side by side somewhere on here of the stem portion (that goes into the chassis) but can’t find it now that I’m curious lol.

    They are definitely shaped differently but I forgot if it is larger with enough meat to trim down in order to be fitted into an AXSA/AXMC recess.

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    Lads,

    Can we get some more pics up of your AXSR's please???

    I have a 300NM Elite Sand in transit currently. The proof 6.5CM prefit is staring at me from the shelf, waiting for 308 Bolts.

    Has anyone got load data for 230gr A-Tips?
     

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    Here are a couple of pictures of my FDE AXSR in 300NM and my AXSA in 6CM.
    We were shooting steel from 400 to 1000 that day.

    Load Data:
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    86g H1000
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    Apologize for my ignorance if this has come up, but is there a different mag for the 300wm group of cartridges, or just using the 300 norma mags? I believe the 300 norma case is larger in diameter than the 300 win mag for example (so would the mag lips need to be bowed in etc), but can't find mags for the middle cartridges on the interwebs.
     

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    Apologize for my ignorance if this has come up, but is there a different mag for the 300wm group of cartridges, or just using the 300 norma mags? I believe the 300 norma case is larger in diameter than the 300 win mag for example (so would the mag lips need to be bowed in etc), but can't find mags for the middle cartridges on the interwebs.
    Mile High carries both.


     

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    Apologize for my ignorance if this has come up, but is there a different mag for the 300wm group of cartridges, or just using the 300 norma mags? I believe the 300 norma case is larger in diameter than the 300 win mag for example (so would the mag lips need to be bowed in etc), but can't find mags for the middle cartridges on the interwebs.

    I’m using the PSR/ AXMC .338 Mags with my 300NM
     
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    I’m using the PSR/ AXMC .338 Mags with my 300NM
    Norma or Lapua?

    I’ve been trying to determine the difference between the 25447 (.300/.338 Norma) and 6434 (Lapua).

    Are they interchangeable?

    Basically trying to see if you need both to run 300 Norma and 338 Lapua in an MC or AXSR.
     

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    I haven’t listed my AXSR for sale but if anyone is interested in a 33XC Dark Earth that was purchased in January of 2021, PM me.

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    Norma or Lapua?

    I’ve been trying to determine the difference between the 25447 (.300/.338 Norma) and 6434 (Lapua).

    Are they interchangeable?

    Basically trying to see if you need both to run 300 Norma and 338 Lapua in an MC or AXSR.

    LM. So you’re good. Interchangeable
     
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    I’m using the PSR/ AXMC .338 Mags with my 300NM
    Mile High carries both.


    ahh ok so the axmc mags are interchangeable on it, just the new .308 mags are different for it not needing the spacer.
     

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    Does anyone have plans to run their AXSR with a 308 bolt (chambered in 6mm Creed / 6.5mm Creed etc.) for PRS matches?

    I have an elite sand AXSR in 300NM on order currently. I like the idea of getting a 308 bolt for a 6 or 6.5mm Creed barrel when they become available next year... Might keep the AX308 or to sell it off if it becomes redundant.


    Keen to hear your thoughts on how practical the AXSR is for that type of shooting.
    This is exactly what I plan to do. I wish the bolt body’s were available already for the axsr.
     
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    This is exactly what I plan to do. I wish the bolt body’s were available already for the axsr.
    I’ve got the same rig now, and have the.308 parts on bo too. I’ve got a nice prs setup, but would be interested in hearing from others who do this with the axmc.
     
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    I’ve got the same rig now, and have the.308 parts on bo too. I’ve got a nice prs setup, but would be interested in hearing from others who do this with the axmc.
    That’s what i did with my axmc it works great but the axmc to me doesn’t feel as good as the AT I have the 308 and 6mm creedmoor best group I shot with it is 1.5 something inches at 600 but I will say getting behind the axsr feels better then the AT to me so I’m sooo pumped for the bolts to be available. Then again I’m also an AI fan boy.
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    That’s what i did with my axmc it works great but the axmc to me doesn’t feel as good as the AT I have the 308 and 6mm creedmoor best group I shot with it is 1.5 something inches at 600 but I will say getting behind the axsr feels better then the AT to me so I’m sooo pumped for the bolts to be available. Then again I’m also an AI fan boy. View attachment 7611605
    So the longer throw didn’t mess you up? Or would you say the longer throw doesn’t impact performance unless you are in the top 5% of shooters? I’m definitely not in that group lol, but if it’s the case, might make sense to sell some stuff.
     

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    Wanting to take advantage of the ARCA Swiss dovetail on my AXSR, I finally received the ARCA Swiss mount from Dale Poling for his Elite Iron Bipod. The mount is designed to interface with AREA 419 ARCA Swiss Clamp. The adapter has the same interface as BT Atlas Bipod no clamp version. Having tested the bipod/clamp results have been excellent as can be expected from a solid bipod design. The bipod places the apex well above the barrel which provides rock steady stability.
    Here's how it looks on my rifle.

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    Wanting to take advantage of the ARCA Swiss dovetail on my AXSR, I finally received the ARCA Swiss mount from Dale Poling for his Elite Iron Bipod. The mount is designed to interface with AREA 419 ARCA Swiss Clamp. The adapter has the same interface as BT Atlas Bipod no clamp version. Having tested the bipod/clamp results have been excellent as can be expected from a solid bipod design. The bipod places the apex well above the barrel which provides rock steady stability.
    Here's how it looks on my rifle.

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    I need that. Is it an orderable item or just a one off for you?
     
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    It is orderable, one of the key dimensions you must provide is the distance between the top of the barrel to the ARCA Swiss dovetail. For my rifle it was 1.3'.
     
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    @tomirwin With the delays hitting on the AT-X side of things, should AXSR 308 RH bolt bodies expect the same delays? Are you able to provide an estimated window for when US distributors might see them?
    Thanks.
     
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    Ive learned as a customer is damned near impossible to get a answer from AI on anything. Its better to call or email someone at Milehigh or Eurooptic and they can usually get an answer from AI pretty quickly.
    Example. Recently I saw AI put a post on Instagram up of a covert rail system w/ mlok for the AXSR and reached out to my guy at Eurooptic to ask what the availability is on it. Had an answer w/in a few hours from AI. Ironically enough it was the same canned answer theyve given in the past, they dont intend to ever sell an mlok rail and their keyslot is king.
    Even tho they had just posted a picture of a new covert mlok rail on instagram. 🤦‍♂️
    Pics?
     

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    Wanting to take advantage of the ARCA Swiss dovetail on my AXSR, I finally received the ARCA Swiss mount from Dale Poling for his Elite Iron Bipod. The mount is designed to interface with AREA 419 ARCA Swiss Clamp. The adapter has the same interface as BT Atlas Bipod no clamp version. Having tested the bipod/clamp results have been excellent as can be expected from a solid bipod design. The bipod places the apex well above the barrel which provides rock steady stability.
    Here's how it looks on my rifle.

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    Oh that is sweet. That would be great for switching between rifles / taking off when using a tripod or other bipods.

    the elite iron is super stable but tbac/atlas are a lot quicker to use/closer to shooter
     
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    @tomirwin With the delays hitting on the AT-X side of things, should AXSR 308 RH bolt bodies expect the same delays? Are you able to provide an estimated window for when US distributors might see them?
    Thanks.
    That information would be communicated to the distributors before posting on a public internet forum. Having said that, there are no delays in producing bolts vs the factors driving AT-X production.
     
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    That information would be communicated to the distributors before posting on a public internet forum. Having said that, there are no delays in producing bolts vs the factors driving AT-X production.
    Figured I’d ask because the other products had expected release quarters provided in threads here. Thanks for the clarification that they aren’t effected by the other delays. 🍻
     
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    That information would be communicated to the distributors before posting on a public internet forum. Having said that, there are no delays in producing bolts vs the factors driving AT-X production.
    Thank you for being continually active on this thread.

    I’m really interested in purchasing an AXSR. The Precision Rifle Blog had a great review on the AXSR (article here for reference: https://precisionrifleblog.com/2020/08/16/accuracy-international-axsr-review/)
    The biggest concern I had was he had mentioned some trigger issues. He said he reached out to you about the issue, but I hadn’t seen any update to the article. Here is the portion of the article I am referencing:

    “I called Scott at Accuracy International after the match and shared the issues with him. He certainly seemed surprised to hear of any issues with the trigger. A few guys at the match ask me if it was the AI’s standard trigger or their competition trigger, and I honestly didn’t know. One shooter at the match told me he had never had a single issue with his standard trigger, and I know several guys at the match were running AI rifles. So my issue could be an isolated one. I asked Scott if it was the standard trigger or competition trigger, and he said it was their competition trigger, but it had a different spring set that they were trying out. So I guess it was a “custom” trigger that I was beta testing! 😉 Scott still was surprised to hear about my issues and said he was anxious to get the rifle back and take a closer look for himself.”

    Was it a “beta” trigger, and has the issue been resolved?

    Thank you in advance!
     

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    Thank you for being continually active on this thread.

    I’m really interested in purchasing an AXSR. The Precision Rifle Blog had a great review on the AXSR (article here for reference: https://precisionrifleblog.com/2020/08/16/accuracy-international-axsr-review/)
    The biggest concern I had was he had mentioned some trigger issues. He said he reached out to you about the issue, but I hadn’t seen any update to the article. Here is the portion of the article I am referencing:

    “I called Scott at Accuracy International after the match and shared the issues with him. He certainly seemed surprised to hear of any issues with the trigger. A few guys at the match ask me if it was the AI’s standard trigger or their competition trigger, and I honestly didn’t know. One shooter at the match told me he had never had a single issue with his standard trigger, and I know several guys at the match were running AI rifles. So my issue could be an isolated one. I asked Scott if it was the standard trigger or competition trigger, and he said it was their competition trigger, but it had a different spring set that they were trying out. So I guess it was a “custom” trigger that I was beta testing! 😉 Scott still was surprised to hear about my issues and said he was anxious to get the rifle back and take a closer look for himself.”

    Was it a “beta” trigger, and has the issue been resolved?

    Thank you in advance!

    At this years match (NF ELR), there were about 5 AXSR's, an AT-X (comp trigger), AXMC-LE (comp trigger in it) and ASR in my squad alone, didn't see any failure whatsoever. If that doesn't ease your mind, idk what will.

    And 5 of us in that squad were in the top 15 out of 210+ shooters.
     
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    @tomirwin With the delays hitting on the AT-X side of things, should AXSR 308 RH bolt bodies expect the same delays? Are you able to provide an estimated window for when US distributors might see them?
    Thanks.

    Reaper have you tired to call MHA about the AXSR bolt body? I was able to get the 300WM bolt body a few months ago. I think they aren't posting them on their website.
     

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    Reaper have you tired to call MHA about the AXSR bolt body? I was able to get the 300WM bolt body a few months ago. I think they aren't posting them on their website.
    I have. They don’t have the 308s in stock yet. They have the 300/338 bolts, just not the 308. I’ve already pre-ordered a 308 bolt and spare pin but was curious if there was an updated release window. 🤷🏻
     

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    I thought the AXSR came with the AT-X trigger, but I guess it doesn't. Someone who owns the AT-X trigger, or has tried one, is it far better than the stock AXSR trigger?

    Also, does anyone have a list of aftermarket accessories for the AXSR?
     

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    I thought the AXSR came with the AT-X trigger, but I guess it doesn't. Someone who owns the AT-X trigger, or has tried one, is it far better than the stock AXSR trigger?

    Also, does anyone have a list of aftermarket accessories for the AXSR?
    The triggers are basically the same internally. The difference is in the design of the housing.
     

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    Is sage green available for AXSR?
    Not at this point.

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    You'd have to get it cerakoted, not a major problem... Had mine painted, came out well.
     
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    Gents,

    I'll address a few of your questions and comments.

    Comp Trigger: The Competition Trigger was offered as a replacement for the original AI trigger in legacy rifles. The spring set allows for adjustment under 1.0 lbs. and that trigger has a significant range of adjustment and different spring sets are available. The trigger is intended for people using their AI rifle in tactical competition. Several of those triggers have come back to us for "service". This is typically due to improper adjustment by the end-user. We have reset and cleaned them and I don't believe one has ever come back a second time. All of these low pull weight triggers require extra care and knowledge if they are expected to operate as designed. We have run the Competition Trigger on a lot of different rifles here at AI and never had an issue. We run the comp trigger on our AX50 bench rest guns which are fairly violent in terms of recoil and no problems after three seasons of use.

    ASR Trigger: The trigger supplied in the ASR was made by AI. Internally it is exactly the same as the AW/AT/AX triggers with the pull weight set to 2.5 lbs. The housing design changed because the action is entirely new and overall weight and the length is different from the AXMC, and is not bonded to the chassis. This necessitated a change in the trigger housing design.

    We submitted three ASR rifles to SOCOM for the trial that started in 2017. One of the three rifles had a trigger that did not maintain the adjustment range and we were eliminated from the trial. Again, that trigger was an AI trigger and that failure is on us.

    AXSR Trigger: The trigger in the AXSR is unique to the new rifle, and unsurprisingly we call it the "AXSR Trigger". The pull weight is 2.5 lbs, and the spring set is different from the Competition Trigger. The AXSR trigger was put through exhaustive testing at ADG and several changes were recommended. We worked with Tom Myers at X-Treme Shooting Products to implement the changes. We also wanted greater corrosion resistance in this "production" trigger vs the Competition Trigger and the housing is made from 304 stainless steel and some of the surface treatments were changed on other parts. The workmanship on these triggers is exemplary and they have been extremely consistent in production testing. Like the AI triggers, the AXSR trigger can be adjusted but the range is higher than on the comp trigger.

    AXSR 308 Mags: These will ship to our distributors in June. As you might guess, international shipping has been a challenge these past two months and we have management meetings daily to adjust to this situation.

    M-LOK vs Keyslot Forends: We will offer the AXSR style forend with RRS interface as a replacement for the AXMC forend tubes. It will NOT be "years" as some have suggested, but it isn't the top priority at the moment. They will be available in 2020.

    The ASR and AXSR forend tubes are asymmetric having additional width to provide greater clearance for M-LOC fasteners. Even with added width, we did some rail and barrel profile gymnastics to meet the ASR Pspec for sling attachment in front of the receiver. (see attached pic) It is not possible to install M-LOK rail over the largest diameter of the barrel on the ASR. With Keyslot, you could theoretically run a 1.335" barrel full length and put rail anywhere you want. Keyslot fasteners pull up completely flush with the interior of the tube.

    Action Gas Ports: As noted by others, the red disk are dirt/dust blocks for two large gas handling ports as done on the AW/AX50 rifles. This is an operator safety enhancement and acknowledgment that if things go wrong with a 30 caliber round burning close to 90 grains of propellent the gas needs a path of least resistance away from the operator. Yes, we do test these systems to failure and the results with this action have been exemplary.

    Old/Traditional vs New: We had the same complaints and misty-eyed longing for the AW when we introduced the AX and AXMC, and we expect the same with the AXSR. This doesn't change the fact that the new rifle is better in every possible way vs its predecessors. Like one of my old friends said about pickup trucks recently, "They don't make um like they use to." To which I replied, "And thank God for that!".

    For those that love tradition, we still have the AT. It is a significantly improved AW and the price is in line with most of the custom builds.

    ASR/AXSR Grip Interface: The grip interface is rotated 10 degrees placing ANY AR type grip in a more vertical orientation. Keep in mind, the ASR and AXSR are not focused at the competition community. These are first and foremost sniper rifles and the ability to install COTS AR grips is more important than the latest game gun grips. Also, keep in mind when this rifle was in development most of the vertical AR grips were not available.

    I will try to check in on this thread and answer the questions that I can.

    -Scott
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    I wand to clarify information, is Accuracy International AXSR two step trigger?
    I also wonder is Accuracy International AXSR Folding Rifle .338 Lapua Mag followed necessary instruments for remove/install barrel? Or these mentioned instruments are sold separately?
     

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    Hello
    I wand to clarify information, is Accuracy International AXSR two step trigger?
    I also wonder is Accuracy International AXSR Folding Rifle .338 Lapua Mag followed necessary instruments for remove/install barrel? Or these mentioned instruments are sold separately?

    Yes, AXSR has a two stage trigger.

    The AXSR comes with an allen key to remove the barrel with the Quicklok system.
    You cant get away with just the allen key, however a torque wrench is best for consistency. Torque wrenches are sold separately.
     
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