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Old June 11th, 2015, 11:14 AM #11
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OK. Thanks, Chad. I also think that clamp on GB is the way to go for this application (game gun.) Who's steel clamp on GB do you like?
Any name brand unit will suffice. I prefer the clamp on SLR rifleworks adjustable models for an application like this. Tuning the gun will give you the lightest recoil impulse for the ammo you are using. Works almost as well as a brake.

I also suggest you have a rail that covers the GB so when you do a barrel dump your GB isn't repeatedly struck.
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Old June 11th, 2015, 11:18 AM #12
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Any name brand unit will suffice. I prefer the clamp on SLR rifleworks adjustable models for an application like this. Tuning the gun will give you the lightest recoil impulse for the ammo you are using. Works almost as well as a brake.

I also suggest you have a rail that covers the GB so when you do a barrel dump your GB isn't repeatedly struck.
Thanks, I'll give them a look.

The GB will be under cover (I'm hard on guns. My Infinity is on it's 3rd front sight.)



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Be forewarned, those adjustable SLR GBs are addictive and expensive. Before you k ow it ALL of your AR'S will have them.
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Old June 11th, 2015, 11:44 AM #14
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Be forewarned, those adjustable SLR GBs are addictive and expensive. Before you k ow it ALL of your AR'S will have them.
With the exception being the .50Beo.

Alexander Arms and their damned .906" gas block seat....
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Old June 11th, 2015, 01:53 PM #15
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With the exception being the .50Beo.

Alexander Arms and their damned .906" gas block seat....
...and don't forget the weird 49/64-20RH muzzle threading.
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...and don't forget the weird 49/64-20RH muzzle threading.
Thankfully mine wasn't threaded, bought the entry upper and just built it out to my preferences.

Minus the gas-block, had to chop mine to sneak it in under the rail.
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