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    I finally got the the muzle break for my pistol done today, I shortened it about 1 1/2"
    Now I have a nice matching set ot Tantals. My next project is a Bulgarian pistol to go with my fixed stock plum bulgy rifle.
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    Now that is just plain cute . Let me guess which ones the most fun
    Will Hayden, RedJacket Firearms
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    Niceness! I so need to build my tantals. The only thing holding me up is the whole selector lever thing.

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    Looks nice!
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    "Take, sink, burn, or destroy the enemy fleet": Lord St.Vincent's orders to Nelson off Toulon, 21 May 1798
    Pretty much spells it out, huh?

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    I just used a regular selector. These are really nice, accurate rifles.

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    Does it matter what selector you use? Does it have to be for a 74? Or does that matter?

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    Pirate

    How did you shorten the muzzle brake? How did you rethread it?

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    Cute couple

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    Quote Originally Posted by jungp
    Pirate

    How did you shorten the muzzle brake? How did you rethread it?
    I cut the front off behind the retaining ring groove, then shortened the rear section and made a flanged bushing out of it. then silver brazed the halves together. It uses the origonal threads and plunger indent slot.

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