They will be hoping that something similar happens this time as well. However, AC Milan are standing like a rock as they look to qualify for the Round of However, in recent times they have shown that they can attack with all guns blazing at the opponent. Although they have improved in the attacking department but it has come at the cost of defensive vulnerability for the Spaniards.
But the major concern for the Rossoneri will be their own defence. This season in Group B the Italians have conceded the most number of goals 7. This has left them with just one point from four games. The intensity of the game is likely to be high. This is because there is plenty at stake for both teams. A victory here will make it easier for Atletico Madrid to qualify on the final day, as Liverpool are likely to beat Porto.
While AC Milan knows that if they drop points now, even Europa League qualification might not be possible. The duo is joined by Brazilian centre back Felipe who is suspended for the game. While Antoine Griezmann is also suspended for the game after his red card against Liverpool. Apart from that Diego Simone has no injury concerns. He is joined by Ante Rebic and Davide Calabria on the sidelines. Atletico Madrid vs AC Milan The two teams have faced each other three times out of which the Spaniards have won all three of them.
Savic will have to be the defensive talisman for his side in this game. The former Manchester City defender will have to use his experience to keep AC Milan attackers at bay. This will in turn create space for other quick players who can hurt the opposition. Disclaimer: This team is based on the understanding, analysis, and instinct of the Author.
While selecting your team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decision.
Model: Sidelock similar to the model ? See mechanics: extractor. The underside of the barrels has various marks and numbers. Some are finished over and difficult to clearly make out. The left barrel is only the slightest bit tighter choke. There are a few imperfections to the checkers, flat spots, missed checkers, scratches and compressions. The forend has one long scratch though the checkering.
There buttstock has a lighter appearance then the forend, the fit and finish dictates they are both original. There is a small chip missing in the edge of the forend where it meets the barrel on the left side. The butt is hand checkered, no plate or pad is installed.
There are scratches and bruises from normal field use. The LOP measures The stocks rate in about Very Good — Fine overall condition. There is no erosion. The balance of the finish shows light handling wear and thinning to the finish in these areas. There muzzle has some finish thinning. There is some light pinprick erosion scattered about, most will go unnoticed and muted with a little oil. The areas of note would be in the handled areas of the lower tang and trigger guard.
There are some scratches to the finish from the assembly and disassembly of the shotgun. Most of the wear and marks are from normal field use. The screw heads are sharp. The markings are clear, except for the underside of the barrel.
These marks are placed on the barrels before they are finished and have final finish applied over the top making them soft. Overall, this shotgun rates in about Very Good — Fine condition. Mechanics: The ejector is missing something, we think it is a retaining screw of some kind. It falls out freely with the barrel off the gun. It jiggles side to side when assembled. It still functions as an extractor, but care needs to be taken when closing the action.
We have not fired this shotgun. As with all used firearms, a thorough cleaning may be necessary to meet your maintenance standards. This shotgun has great fit and finish. This shotgun displays honest field use. We think that the ejector was disabled by the previous owner likely to prevent shells flying around in the field. A beautiful shotgun that really needs a good home for the next dove and quail season.
This is part of why Spanish shotguns have enjoyed popularity in the United States with previous generations.
The AYA No. 2 Sidelock Shotgun
Time and space allowed me to acquire one and I jumped at the opportunity. If you would have asked me a year ago if owning a bespoke shotgun would have been part of my life I would have said no. As someone who grew up far removed from wealth, I have a tough time connecting to that idea.
But in this case, it includes a full-gun fit, selected wood, fixed chokes, barrel lengths, and even finish options. Mine is gauge, with inch barrels, choked with skeet and improved cylinder.
Because of my 5-foot-5 stature, it looks like a youth model side-by-side if there ever were such a thing. Who knows. I did not get a rounded action which was my only regret on this shotgun. The other thing acquiring this shotgun takes that many of us lack—myself included—is patience.
Barrel length and fixed shotgun chokes are selected by the user to customize to your shooting applications. I was looking for the Cadillac of a woodcock gun and I certainly was not left wanting. The English scroll engraving on the gun comes standard. Unlike the AYA No. The action finish has three options: case-hardened, old silver, or white finish. The case-hardened option is tough to pass up.
I truly understand its popularity in the United States. Wood grade options can also be selected by the individual for their shotgun. Finishes include oil and gloss offerings I went with oil. The stock options include just about anything you can think of from Monte Carlo to straight English stocks.
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The fit of the shotgun can be either to your specifications, or someone at their stateside distributors can do the measurements for you—length of pull, comb, cast, all fitted to your personal build. AYA No. I have stumbled across AYA No. There are a fair number of AYAs on the secondhand market as they have been a very popular gun over the years.
The other common model you will certainly stumble upon is the AYA No. If you keep in mind the fact that a custom order would take months anyways, patience can play a big role in finding the right No.
But in the right market, at the right time, you may just end up with your dream shotgun. They will be hoping that something similar happens this time as well. However, AC Milan are standing like a rock as they look to qualify for the Round of However, in recent times they have shown that they can attack with all guns blazing at the opponent.
Although they have improved in the attacking department but it has come at the cost of defensive vulnerability for the Spaniards. But the major concern for the Rossoneri will be their own defence.
This season in Group B the Italians have conceded the most number of goals 7. This has left them with just one point from four games. The intensity of the game is likely to be high. This is because there is plenty at stake for both teams. A victory here will make it easier for Atletico Madrid to qualify on the final day, as Liverpool are likely to beat Porto.