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    removed comment.
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    What's the gas block profile? 0.750" ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drift117 View Post
    Yeah I think a possible solution would be to file down a channel for an o-ring maybe even 2. That would tighten up the receiver perfectly.
    No machining necessary - there is a chamfer around the bottom slot that allows for the use of a standard O-ring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lmar View Post
    No machining necessary - there is a chamfer around the bottom slot that allows for the use of a standard O-ring.

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    That seems to add upwards pressure on the upper which was what i was trying to avoid. I think having orings on near the top and bottom of the lug would be better because it uses lateral pressure to tighten up the lug. Any upwards pressure causes torque on the disassembly button, upper receiver, and recoil guide base would wear it out eventually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drift117 View Post
    That seems to add upwards pressure on the upper which was what i was trying to avoid. I think having orings on near the top and bottom of the lug would be better because it uses lateral pressure to tighten up the lug. Any upwards pressure causes torque on the disassembly button, upper receiver, and recoil guide base would wear it out eventually.
    Better yet would be a properly sized lug (at least side to side) that wouldn't require a "Fix".

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    Quote Originally Posted by lmar View Post
    Better yet would be a properly sized lug (at least side to side) that wouldn't require a "Fix".

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    What is the distance from the muzzle to the lower tip of the handguard? I'm guessing 5.7" since the barrel is 18.7" and the handguard is 13"? Thinking to fit a barrel shroud on it.

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    Can a printable FRT be made available ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by St Pauli View Post
    Can a printable FRT be made available ?
    They posted a picture a while back, you should be able print that.

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    Took a screen shot with my phone but I'd like a hard copy. No idea how to print the photo though. a pdf file would be nice .

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