Paul Iacono: Hi, lots of ppl asking about prices, SIT Down! The AX50 cal is £7,086 UK
Sterling appx $11,700 US...and the AX308 basic rifle both with NO Optics @
£4,704 UK US$7,777...but if ya gonna get one the .338 is £400 more and that
holds the longest confirmed kill for sniper at moment...so you got Kudos
for a little bit more...lol. Whats £400 if you just spent £5k and another
couple for optics prob another few Pound for some ammo and wham $16-18k US
gone, if you r only killing deer there has to be a cheaper way that is 90%
as good for 90% LESS and I'm a Brit!
Je P: How accurate is this stock? Do I need to get glass imbedded to get max
Walter Sigona: Did I miss the length of barrel? 16,18,20?
Pablo Vitaver: I have one and absolutely love it! Likes the S&B to X25 glass and my
handloads, especially Hornady A-Max 175 pushed by Accurate 2495 on Lapua
brass COL 2,866 Put 5 rounds on one bullet hole at 100 yards. I would
bring my AX to bed every night but my wife objects. Ordered a .260 barrel
for it just now.
The Bloke: Close to being the dream rifle at the moment...
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SLFYSH: You talked about quality but all is relative. How much was conspicuously
absent from the details.
Harry Smith: Brilliant, thank you! This will really help with my ballistics essay. Is
the effective range of 300m for the AWM .308 the same effective range as
the AX .308? Would the .308 Lapua Mag. bullet have a high enough muzzle
velocity to pierce bullet resistant glass and still have enough stopping
power to eliminate a target or would I have to consider using a .338/Teflon
coated/AP round and risk losing a flattened trajectory due to the bullet's
mass? To what factor does a suppressor used on either the AX .308 or AX
.338 reduce its range/muzzle velocity etc.?
Adam Vinci: What was the scope mounted on the AX308 in this video along with the rings?
And have you looked into any Canadian product such as the PGW Timberwolf
.338 or Coyote .308?
Chris Given: How does the 98b stand up to this?
dinosaur95: does anyone know the song at the beginnning?
johnkuczkow: I like everything that you when over on this rifle. One question, did you
correct for the change from suppressed to unsuppressed at distance, say
1000 yds, and did it hold its dope?
12kerryman: Excellent video. The standard of MCM has taken in step forward in season in
my opinion. Keep it up.
ScrewThePooches: PLEASE tell me you plan to do a review on that (or any) 3-18 Mark 6!
8541 Tactical: I have only had limited time on the TRG-22. It is a great rifle as well,
but I prefer the AX mainly due to the modularity of the rail system.
However I would most certainly not turn down the TRG.
Ryan W: Alright. Let me sell my car for this... ha. What a beautiful weapons system.
8541 Tactical: They are really two different animals. The XLR is a chassis. This is a
complete rifle built for a specific purpose.
ufdiver06: Awesome video! Thanks for the great work, how does this compare to the xlr
chassis? Both are on my short list for a 20" 308 for practical shooting
competitions. Thanks and keep up the great work!
MrFREDANG: Great video, I'love to have one of these, and I was wondering how the
suppressor attaches to the break? I have seen that AI also offer a threaded
break and so what is the difference? Also, I was wondering if this rifle
will feature in any other videos? Great video and very helpful Regards
Trash Productions: What's the lowest price AI that can be bought from you guys?
8541 Tactical: Thanks, but I haven't even scratched the surface of what this software can
do. I just wish I had more time to devote to learning.
TheKimberRifleBloke: I'm drooling just looking at it, but I don't want to have to get a second
mortgage on my house for a new rifle 8(
Lennie Schmandt, Sr.: John, are the magazines interchangeable? If I purchase a double stack
magazine will it work in a system that currently uses the single stack
magazines, or did I misunderstand what you were saying about that? Thanks
fulsame1: Yeah, the rifle is pretty nice looking, too.
Rprecision: Nice work, so did you buy this or was this a loaner ?
Trevor Wray: Fantastic rifle and chassis, but I just love the AICS. If I needed a
working rifle I would buy one of these.
zx6rracer292: Outstanding video as always John. Thanks for taking the time to review this
John Henry: Can you shoot 7.62 x 51 NATO?
8541 Tactical: The brake in the video is an SAS brake and will accept their TI Arbiter
Suppressor. You slide the can over and twist it to lock. The threaded brake
you are referring to is to attach the AI Suppressor that is not available
in the US. The rifle was returned, so unless AI sends us another it won't
be in any more videos. However we should be reviewing more AI rifles in the
future. Yes, I was sad to see it go home.
j cox: Great freaking video!!!!
8541 Tactical: I keep trying to push the production value higher and higher. Glad to know
it is working.
James Ward: Made in England baby! One of the best rifles in the world. That guy who
said it looks like a car wash spray is only jealous. Lol. Great video John
nice to see some of our British ingenuity breaking into US market.
senor kumquat: Awesome vid keep it up
rassi13: For a budget rifle, would you recommend a Remington 700 with a 20" barrel
(1:10 twist) or a remington 700 aac-SD sps varmint with a 26" barrel (1:12
Hunts4Food67: John, great video as always & thanks for sharing sir.
fngmike: Follow the link to Mile High, they're available now.
DezertBeagle: Excellent review John!
JoshL: Fantastic review John! I appreciate all of the hard work and dedication you
have committed to this project as well as others. What is the song in the
8541 Tactical: Very tough choice. I don't really have a good argument to push you one way
or the other.
8541 Tactical: You may be seeing it before the end of the year.
defusion88: they already do. google "AICS AX"
Trevor Wray: $6500 - $7500 depending on options/accessories
Carter H: the cheapest one is 3600, no folding stock or muzzle break.
ReligiousShooter: I feel asleep. Did you go thru how you rebarrel this gun? Can you just buy
some hand tools and a vice and rebarrel or do you have to have a smith do
johnnyboi493: look at those rails
Dna Cowboy: We have to disagree, its SEXY as sin, AI rifles are the best match rifle
bar none. As for price you have to pay for quality, false economy is just
that, you get what you pay for.
charles larsh: has the new tec on this weapon lowerd the msrp 2000-2500 u.s.$ would be a
realistic price however a.i. weapons are pricey from the get go
8541 Tactical: Either will work well. I usually recommend the 20" 700 AAC-SD
lockness123: yeah it's been available for awhile now dude
8541 Tactical: Strangely enough, that is exactly what I did when I purchased my AE MkII. I
sold a car that I had worked on for years, but drove very little. That AI
is still worth more than the truck that I use to haul it to the range.
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