Joined: 21 Feb 2005
Location: Anchorage, AK
The only thing about the AYA was that it's triggers were not well set from the factory. The person I bought it from had trigger work done before I bought it. I think this is common with entry level guns.
I walked into a gunsmith's shop a couple years ago and saw an AYA that turned out to be the very gun I sold! The owner had fallen on it and pretty much destroyed the straight grip stock at the wrist. I offered to buy it from him but I guess I didn't hint at a good enough price, as he turned me down. I had purchased a slightly used Beretta 686 20 gauge with a broken stock. One sidepanel was separated but still with the stock. I bought it for $500 as is and repaired the sidepanel...have shot it hundreds of times. Now, I mentioned this example to the owner of the AYA with the broken stock, and noted that his stock could not be repaired.
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