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Thread: Eliminate the ringing, modifing an open tine flash hider

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    The FOSSA series fh by White Sound Defense is tuned in a similar way, with holes of varying depths in each of the 3 tines. Works pretty well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by masakari View Post
    That's one of the main reasons for me getting the SilencerCo Trifecta flash hiders for my rifles.
    Those always looked like they have an extra chromosome to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clint View Post
    Nice mod!

    Sometimes the perfect symmetry of design causes unwanted side effects like vibration and harmonics.
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    I've heard the same about blades in jet engine.


    By the rule, I disclose that I'm an independent designer/design engineer that's been working on firearm components.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingChipmunk View Post
    I've heard the same about blades in jet engine.
    Or the tread blocks on car or truck tires.

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    "That thing looks about as enjoyable as a bowl of exploding dicks." - Magic_Salad0892

    "The body cannot go where the mind has not already been."

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingChipmunk View Post
    I've heard the same about blades in jet engine.
    I used to fly a plane that had a limitation of operating it during start of no more than 4 seconds between 18-28% engine speed...apparently had horrible dynamics in the engine gearbox and could do a lot of damage if it stayed there. You could certainly feel it during the start.

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    Take fan blades as an example. They do not all weigh exactly the same, but it's corresponding blade, 180*, must match weight perfectly.
    Proper Planing Prevents Piss Poor Performance.......

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