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Thread: Armalite AR-10 suppressor mount gap

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    Armalite AR-10 suppressor mount gap

    Picked up a used Armalite AR10. Went to install my Silencerco ASR flash hider and torqued it leaves this gap. Is this something I need to shim? I can't find marking on the barrel so it's possible it could be aftermarket.

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    Yes, shim it. Do not use a crush washer or a peel washer. Use shims.
    INSIDE PLAN OF BOX
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    need to flat washer that, trying to shim that is going to take A lot of shims.

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    Just checking measurements on a couple of other barrels I have and threads are .625 long. These are .750, is this something specific to armalite?

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