You have the gas block on the far right correct?if only it was that easy, my gas block is one of the Rock River flip up sight and its two pieces.
Yeah it the one on the far right, i kinda dont want to use the specter block but it would make life a bit easier.You have the gas block on the far right correct?
That should just unbolt off the barrel.
Then replace it with this:
Specter Gas Block [YHM-9378] - $46.00 : YHM, Yankee Hill Machine Co., Inc. | Makers of High Quality Firearms, Accessories & Sound Suppressors, Makers of High Quality Firearms, Accessories & Sound Suppressors
So what you're saying is that he may be openly admitting manufacturing illegal non~compliant firearms then?I had Joe of Hill top guns in Canton NY do mine, he told me he just solders them in place...
It's 1200* stuff, Joe isnt a dumby, been in business for 30 years. I doubt he'd risk it on somthing stupid....So what you're saying is that he may be openly admitting manufacturing illegal non~compliant firearms then?
Unless its 1200° silver solder being used, it is illegal.
(forum search or ATF website search for info regarding 'permanantly affixed')
Thanks for infobit. *wave*
Level of intelligence has very little to do with the ability to be in business x years.It's 1200* stuff, Joe isnt a dumby, been in business for 30 years. I doubt he'd risk it on somthing stupid....
I agree, but having a pinned break doesnt stop people from drilling it out and changing it does it not? Yes I agree he shouldnt had said "Easily removed" But his "Easily removed" could be a SOB to remove to the "avarage Joe" Would I ever remove it, no. Do I want to try to remove it, No.Level of intelligence has very little to do with the ability to be in business x years.
There's some pretty moronic people out there who have been operating a lot longer.
Not saying he is, not saying he is not and only brought up the possbility because of the way you worded it.
Specifically the part where he said he soldered so you could easily remove it to change or whatever.
'Permanant' doesn't mean 'easily removed', and unless you have torches able to reach high enough temperature, you should not be able to 'easily remove' the muzzle device.
If it can be accomplished at home with common tools by joe anybody chances are it isn't the right stuff no matter how many years he's been in business.
There's 25yr police vets who don't know 100% of the law, there's soldiers who retired after 20+ who can't use a rifle properly and there's doctors who have been practicing for 40 years who don't properly know medicine. *shrug*
But, he is the one with the FFL and legal permission to have/make or sell to authorized people and you are the one who will get the felony arrest, so go ahead and don't at least check, but instead continue thinking his 'years in business' will keep you out of prison if its not the right stuff.
I don't know about other folks around here, but to me reputation means a lot but its still just a broad selection of opinion and a starting point for further investigation as to whether I want to pursue further business relatons with somone/someplace, not a statement of fact that everything they do is golden.
ALWAYS question if it could potentially cause the you the loss of money, loss of freedom, and certainly puts you up for potential rectal trauma.
Not saying any of it to dog on you even though it likely comes across that way. (tough ****, I'm not retyping or retacting any of it regardless, so )
Just trying to give warning that you should mabe be looking a bit more out for yourself instead of relying blindly on faith in others mere presence to keep you out of trouble.