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Discussion in '6.8SPC' started by Tmm, Feb 21, 2017.

  1. Tmm

    Tmm LSB Member

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    Was given one as a gift. It's non adjustable system. What steps need ,if any , to be taken to run suppressor full time. Never had a piston gun before. Have adj gas blocks on everything else . Thanks
     
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    TEXASLAWMAN Lone Star Boars Owner LSB TURKEY BUZZARD PRESERVATION SOCIETY SUS VENATOR CLUB LoneStarBoars Supporter

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    I've run the original Razorback six8 for two years no issues. The piston system bleeds off most of the extra gas. I will say with the adjustable gas block they do run smoother suppressed.
     
  3. FrankT

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    terrible gift and you need to send to me so as not to get frustrated!
     
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  4. Tmm

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    Ok thank you. Any idea if I can swap for adjustable block? Plan on calling mfg later just hadn't had chance yet .

    To the man in Florida, I'll send it to you if it gives me too much trouble. I was gonna get the a5, guy heard me talking to the bride. He beat me too it. Just not exactly what I would've gotten. .....
     
  5. ppapago

    ppapago Texas SUS VENATOR CLUB

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    Your SPR will run just fine as is with a suppressor.
     
  6. FrankT

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    Great, I will pay shipping and the FFL too,Heck I might even send you a DI 6.8 AR...lol
     
  7. Tmm

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    For anybody that may be interested......finally got to shoot the thing. Very slick rifle. Extremely impressed with accuracy and overall build for factory gun. Trigger was heavy for my liking, but definitely not bad. It's heavy barrel model. Not Sure if that's standard on that rifle or not.. two thumbs up from me
     
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    For anybody that may be interested......finally got to shoot the thing. Very slick rifle. Extremely impressed with accuracy and overall build for factory gun. Trigger was heavy for my liking, but definitely not bad. It's heavy barrel model. Not Sure if that's standard on that rifle or not.. two thumbs up from me
     
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    After reading what I wrote...... when I said I was impressed by the build for a "factory gun" , what I should have said was I would have never expected such high quality build from a factory out of the box rifle.
     
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    After reading what I wrote...... when I said I was impressed by the build for a "factory gun" , what I should have said was I would have never expected such high quality build from a factory out of the box rifle.
     
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    OK...OK...OK...OK
     
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    You get what you pay for, some people learn this early some people learn it late the expensive way.
     

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