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Thread in 'Class III & NFA Discussion' started by Gunman05, Apr 18, 2018.

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    One of my buddies wants to put a decent muzzle break on his AR and he’s open to a lot of them, some having different thread patterns, since he has so many extra, like his ak one. Then as we were conversating the question came up, “if you use a thread adapter for trying out different breaks with more eaze, is that illeagl”
     
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    What would be ill eagle about it?
     
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    Muzzle devices like compensators and flash hiders aren't NFA items. Yall are good to go. If you have a thread adapter for some solvent trap crap good luck!
     
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    I mean he’s trying to put his 308 breaks on his 556, and I know they sell those muzzle breaks that adapt pretty much from 556 to 308, and it seems super shady, but is it wrong
     
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    Yeah those I stay away from they seem like an invitation for the atf to come over and see ya
     
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    It's a muzzle device, as long as it is not an unregistered suppressor, there's nothing wrong.
     
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    That’s what I thought, simple enough, obviously don’t put anything ON it your not supposed to and your good. He’s was saying it’s bad if you have it and a solvent trap or whatever those things are and they are in the same place, it’s like still a destructive device kinda concept
     
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    Why does that seem super shady? A waste of time yes, shady no. Read reviews, watch testing videos, then stick with an A2 FH for a defensive gun or put a Jerry Miculek break on for a competition gun. Problem solved.

    http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2014/11/jeremy-s/556-muzzle-device-shootout/

    https://www.google.com/amp/www.thet...4/jeremy-s/ar-15-muzzle-brake-shootout-2/amp/

    https://loadoutroom.com/23873/ar-15-muzzle-brake-shootout-3/
     
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