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Thread: Stag 10 NR rifles in stock 1390.00 USD Faxon Barrels 7lbs 11oz in Canada

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    Stag 10 NR rifles in stock 1390.00 USD Faxon Barrels 7lbs 11oz in Canada

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    is it just me or does that muzzle brake not look like its aligned properly

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    Its Not a Muzzle Brake, it is a Flash Hinder.

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    yeah in second pic it looks almost upside down, it looks as if the part to keep the blast from kicking up dirt is on the top....not bottom
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    Quote Originally Posted by slim123 View Post
    yeah in second pic it looks almost upside down, it looks as if the part to keep the blast from kicking up dirt is on the top....not bottom
    Because it’s not a muzzle break it’s a flash hider, it’s solid on top to keep the flash out of your view and reduce your flash signature down range.

    It’s about a 40$ A2 flash hider nothing crazy.
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    Hmmm my guess is they tossed on an A2 FH just to snap a few pics of it.
    I'm probably going out on a limb here and saying that all riflese dont come like this
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    Looks just like a common bird cage flash hider. I don't think there is any particular indexing required, and from some angles it may look like its more solid, but really the slot openings are spaced evenly around it.

    Let's just hope these stay non restricted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxer2373 View Post
    Because it’s not a muzzle break it’s a flash hider, it’s solid on top to keep the flash out of your view and reduce your flash signature down range.

    It’s about a 40$ A2 flash hider nothing crazy.
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    Hmm, this is pretty close to what I would build for myself if I started from scratch. This is tempting AF.

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