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Thread: Issues with Noveske SPR barrel and Surefire FH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iraqgunz View Post
    You're going to just have to search. I have seen it in several of the Facebook clone homo groups. Basically what people need to understand is that a muzzle device should thread on with minimal effort by hand. Anything more than that and you need to ask why.
    Thanks. Iím sending it to ADCO tomorrow. Iím guessing the barrel threads will need to be revised. It was stupid that I did that, but Iíve had a few rifles with ďtightĒ threads......not as bad as this though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iraqgunz View Post
    You're going to just have to search. I have seen it in several of the Facebook clone homo groups. Basically what people need to understand is that a muzzle device should thread on with minimal effort by hand. Anything more than that and you need to ask why.
    Agreed. +1000

    None of my muzzle devices have ever required more than light finger tip pressure to twirl them onto the threads.


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    I got the upper back. Took less than a week. Looks like they used the new FH i sent in and discarded the old one. It would also appear that they didnít have to cut the barrel back as far as I could tell. I will post a range report this weekend. They sent me no paper telling me what they wound up doing though, and ADCO would not email me back

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