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Thread: Finally....No Threading Required Muzzle Attachent

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    Quote Originally Posted by DPH arms View Post
    the gases do not come out the back. The muzzle devises that we are making but up against the end of the bbl.

    Scott

    I have one and it's great! Wonderful design, simple to install, takes about 30 seconds. I wish I'd thought of it! Great job!

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    How does this attach to muzzle, set screws, pressed...? Awesome style!

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    the clip snaps around the bbl and over the fsb. it uses the fsb to keep it from being able to be shot off. The clip is threaded on the end for the muzzle attachment to screw on.

    Scott


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    Scott I hope I am not stepping out of line here, just let me know.

    Guys I saw one of these a ways back when he had a couple of prototypes at the shop. The ones I saw were awesomely slick. They are really a smart way of doing this and they looked great. If I had a saiga that was not threaded I would absolutely go this route.

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    How well does this work on the .308 FSB that has the short end by the muzzle? I have seen Brian's fix at his website at http://dinzangarms.com and it is a bit involved but does get the job done. This would be a lot simpler, and one could choose a flash hider, or muzzle brake for the rifle.
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    Can you use any 47/74 brake with this clip or do you have to use ones specifically designed for it?

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    The threads are unique to the clip. We are in the process of making several different brakes/fh's for the clip.

    scott

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    Scott, what about the .308 Saiga? Will it work on it as well?
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    Not yet....we are working on a design now.

    Scott

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    This sounds like something I will need for my 308.
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