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    Quote Originally Posted by 1168 View Post
    I forgot about the shorter RIS.
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    It's almost too close. During testing of our 6315, 1815 and 6310 flash suppressors, we took lots of videos that might be helpful in identifying where gas is port through. In these pics, you can see it starts from the beginning of the ports, but most of the gas and flash is blown towards front, with first and secondary flash (power igniting with air) forward of the flash suppressor.

    AR10 A2 vs 6310 flash suppression comparison.jpg

    These stills were taking from a video posted by Brass Fetcher Ballistic Testing.
    flash1.JPG
    flash2.JPG
    Last edited by Duffy; 04-12-20 at 15:14.
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