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Old 09-10-2008, 2:55 PM
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Default what muzzle device would you use for 9mm ar mmg build?

what muzzle device would you use for 9mm ar mmg build? there aren't any 9mm specific compensators right? just a thread protector?
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Old 09-10-2008, 3:13 PM
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I went with a thread protector but if you go with a brake tenpercent carries a 9mm brake.

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Old 09-10-2008, 3:14 PM
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ooh problem solved.

now that got me thinking... i could just get the barrel cut down so there's no threads..... once i have a pistol lower. that'd be pretty cool.
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A brake? For 9mm?

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Old 09-10-2008, 3:25 PM
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oh what a fool i am it's all covered here already.

the brake

http://www.tenpercentfirearms.com/in...roducts_id=183

spacer for buffer tube

http://www.tenpercentfirearms.com/in...products_id=66

mmg

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A brake? For 9mm?

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buddy... 9mm in a sub gun has no recoil.
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wait... can you just have a bare threaded barrel as long as it's great than 16"
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wait... can you just have a bare threaded barrel as long as it's great than 16"
of course.
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You don't need to run a 9mm buffer and the funky spacer if you are running an A2 stock.
Just stay with the A2 buffer and spring.

Now, if you are running a magblock that supports a bolt hold-open, you will want my buffer spacer no matter what buffer system you go with to keep from breaking bolt catches.

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You don't need to run a 9mm buffer and the funky spacer if you are running an A2 stock.
Just stay with the A2 buffer and spring.

Now, if you are running a magblock that supports a bolt hold-open, you will want my buffer spacer no matter what buffer system you go with to keep from breaking bolt catches.

i remember reading somewhere where you described a procedure for checking bolt over travel and i can't find it now.


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I could not find schurters that fit 9mm AR threads. The only thread protector I found that fits 9mm ARs was on Ebay, seller dock1029 . It was about $10 with shipping. The threads on my RRA 9mm upper are 1/2 x 36 and length was 5/8 inch.

Below is a link to the seller. He does not have thread protectors listed today but relist them every couple days.



http://myworld.ebay.com/dock1029/

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here's some info from another thread for late comers.

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The muzzle brake would probably be the best bet, but I sure like the fake cans too.

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I went all out with my build, even though I am using the Bullet Button, it woudl work for a featureless build.

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