They didn't do a scope. They ran a urinalisys and some quick blood work. The second doc said he "wasn't worried" about it and to return if she vomits blood again. He then voluntold me for staying up all night to make sure she doesn't vomit in her sleep and aspirate the vomit. I failed to thank him for that. :/
Originally Posted by mtdawg169
As far as the AFAB, yeah, it is an impressive little bit of machining. Lots of CNC time on it...more than virtually any other muzzle device I know of.
What you see on the inside didn't show up properly in the photos. They are actually ribs that separate the rows of holes. There is one rounded rib or berm between each row of holes...and each rib/berm was equidistant between rows as far as I could tell.
Also, the inletting after the comp/brake's blastface aperture, where it transitions to the flash-hiding tines, is a nice bevel on the muzzle-side of the blast face disc. Reminds me of an AAC Blackout....as does the overall shape and appearance of the tines.
I predict that this will either fizzle, or sell well and rise considerably in price. It has to, IMHO, as there is just a metric-sh*tload of machine work on this piece. There was only a little bit of a "burr" at the beginning of the threads on the inside which quickly rounded-over once you threaded it on for the first time. Everything else was flawless.
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