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Old 09-17-2009, 2:12 PM
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Originally Posted by djleisure View Post
I have a Draco on the way and I was wondering what the process is to replace the muzzle-nut with a flash hider or comp.

Here are a few questions:
1. Is the muzzle-nut just tack-welded on there? Can I use my dremel to untack it, then just unscrew it to remove it?
2. What type of muzzle devices or thread pitch do I need to look for when I buy the replacement? (will any AK muzzle device work?)
3. Is it even legal for me to do this modification myself, or am I temporarily creating an AW when I expose the threads on the muzzle?

Any help would be appreciated! Oh and of course I'll post pics after it arrives!
Thanks!
I believe it's just a tac-weld. You can remove it yourself. Pistols are not subject to 922r/925D. It's threaded 14x1 left hand, like your standard AK 47 type muzzle thread. It maybe a bit longer though. Obviously the AK pistol is an AW without a maglock and 10 rounder. After it's been Californicated, threaded barrels is not a problem.
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