Nito Mortera
Nito Mortera 31 Oct 2016

300 Blackout Pistol Build, Part 9 JP Enterprises Tension Pin & Silent Captured Spring

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KentuckyJustice 1 month ago

Something I noticed - If you get that barrel hot, with that muzzle break tucked into that handguard, you're going to ruin a nice handguard. I've seen that happen before. Those hot gases need to escape forward of your handguard because the handguard can't handle the heat that can be generated at that point. A longer blast-forwarding muzzle device might save that handguard. I don't mean to sound critical. Nice pistol.

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