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    Quote Originally Posted by nelsonm64 View Post
    thanks, you just made my day!
    Here's an example done by Wolverine with our handguard and fake suppressor:

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    nice! thanks for uploading that pic! ill be ordering a 15" in black very soon!

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    All bolts came out but 1......gerrrrr. Its stripped. How the heck do you get it off? Was thinking of JB welding the 3mm key in the bolt. Any other solutions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by scott_r View Post
    All bolts came out but 1......gerrrrr. Its stripped. How the heck do you get it off? Was thinking of JB welding the 3mm key in the bolt. Any other solutions?
    Cut a slot and use a flathead screwdriver. Same thing happened to me. I used my Dremel for it, easy peasy. Just be careful not to damage the original handguard when you're doing your cut, if you plan on keeping it that is.

    Quote Originally Posted by True North Arms Corp View Post
    Here's an example done by Wolverine with our handguard and fake suppressor:

    17" looks better. Those exta inches make a difference... I can be a real size queen sometimes.

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    I did the 15" on mine with the reverse fake suppressor, looks awesome and just the right amount of overlap between the two. Was extremely easy to install, just needed a large screw driver to spread the new one enough to fit around the original barrel nut and then tighten. I sent the results to TNA, they might be able to post it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GopherGrimReaper View Post
    I did the 15" on mine with the reverse fake suppressor, looks awesome and just the right amount of overlap between the two. Was extremely easy to install, just needed a large screw driver to spread the new one enough to fit around the original barrel nut and then tighten. I sent the results to TNA, they might be able to post it.
    Yeah, I totally meant 15". I originally ordered the 17" but they had no stock so I settled on the 15". Glad I did because it looks way better. Just like you said, the right amount of overlap.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GopherGrimReaper View Post
    I did the 15" on mine with the reverse fake suppressor, looks awesome and just the right amount of overlap between the two. Was extremely easy to install, just needed a large screw driver to spread the new one enough to fit around the original barrel nut and then tighten. I sent the results to TNA, they might be able to post it.
    There is an small allen screw that you tighten to spread the handguard. No screw driver needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drwhiskey View Post
    There is an small allen screw that you tighten to spread the handguard. No screw driver needed.
    ahh thats what that little one was for didn't even think about it at the time, good to know if i ever need to take it off

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