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    Nice!



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    Do you suppose he's concerned about his loose slant break?

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    cphilip.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackScot
    Quote Originally Posted by Zane Zackerly
    Why do you say loose "as they are supposed to be?".....
    Well, this appears to be a point of some controversy, as I've seen a lot of discussion on it in probably a half-dozen or more threads. The most cogent argument was in support of the non-hard threaded (and hence removable-in-the-field) condition.

    I also have tested my current rifle with both the FH and the original 74 brake (also loose) and without (bare-ended muzzle), and point-of-impact is identical (at least within my ability from bench rest) in all cases. That being the case, I like the option to remove or replace any muzzle device without having to resort to semi-gunsmith tools and procedures.

    Far be it from me to claim any degree of expertise however.....
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    It's a personal preference, I know, but I just don't like the rattle because it makes me think its unsafe. I did have an aftermarket muzzle brake that wobbled so much the bullets were hitting the inside of it on the way out of the bore. I've wanted tight muzzle brakes, flash hiders, etc., ever since.
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    mine...

    mine...

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    She's a beauty! What mag is that?

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    Thanks... I like her too.

    It's a Hungarian 20 rounder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackScot
    Quote Originally Posted by Zane Zackerly
    Why do you say loose "as they are supposed to be?".....
    Well, this appears to be a point of some controversy, as I've seen a lot of discussion on it in probably a half-dozen or more threads. The most cogent argument was in support of the non-hard threaded (and hence removable-in-the-field) condition.

    I also have tested my current rifle with both the FH and the original 74 brake (also loose) and without (bare-ended muzzle), and point-of-impact is identical (at least within my ability from bench rest) in all cases. That being the case, I like the option to remove or replace any muzzle device without having to resort to semi-gunsmith tools and procedures.

    Far be it from me to claim any degree of expertise however.....
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    Gents,

    At some point here this becomes a "preoccupation with inconsequential increments."

    We can all thank Col. Cooper for that one.
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    My first build, a Bulgarian AK-74S from ORF, with two friends (SA Bi-Tone .45, and CZ-P01 9mm). Built on OOW receiver, parked last weekend, runs like a top!



    If its too big, I can resize later, its fine for me on the widescreen, but imagine it'll make most scroll right.

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    Bulgarian 74
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    range coming soon.


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    mine... modified...

    Finished now with sling swivel and sling added...


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    Very sweet Micah!



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    Is that the new Bugly mag or is it the polish slabeside? Nice

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    thanks guys...

    It's a Polish slabside... my favorite mag right now...

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    finally got the SLR101 corrected :razz:

 

 
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