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Old 06-06-2016, 01:32 PM   #2611 (permalink)
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Back on the old tiberius forums there was alot of testing and info exchanged on breaks.So sad to have lost all that fsr info really great stuff.I have shot with a break on and took it off and seen a change at 30 yds with the SSR,I put my flassc surpessor on and it was crazy off.Trinity had a few post on it too.I believe he said a break negativley effects accuracy so I wouldnt use one and go with nothing on the end of the barrel.I was going with a shorter length barrel and my surperssor for a smaller shorter range set up but with the cost of fsr when I set up my gun and sight I leave it to minimize cost of sight adjusments. I can do a quick video on it with the flassc on and I have a break say maybe 3 rnds each.
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Old 06-06-2016, 03:07 PM   #2612 (permalink)
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HH has a little thread protector 'crown tip' that ships standard on the TiPX barrel. Can probably make one out of 3/4 Sch 40 PVC.

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Old 06-06-2016, 03:27 PM   #2613 (permalink)
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I use the lapco one
1 Inch Thread Protector Tip for Assault and STR8 Shot
Tiberius makes one too
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Old 06-06-2016, 03:31 PM   #2614 (permalink)
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Slight change of topic, but related: Has anyone used an 8" HH Sharktooth on their SSR. A small 'pistol' size appeals to me, but I wonder about accuracy. Any good 10" or 12" options out there?


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Old 06-06-2016, 04:10 PM   #2615 (permalink)
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If the tip was threaded I would have gave it a shot ! Don't knock till you try it lol
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Old 06-06-2016, 05:46 PM   #2616 (permalink)
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We have done some testing with different muzzle breaks and have seen some dramatic affects (sorry about hitting some of your equipment Bill...lol). The thread protectors are fine, but then again, if you never plan to put a break on the end, why add the extra weight and surface area? Might as well just machine the threads off and make it that much lighter and smoother. My opinion is that any moving parts are bad for fs accuracy, there's almost always at least a little offset in barrel threads, so each time you take your barrel off to clean it, it goes back on just a little different since there is not a hard stop to keep it in exactly the same position each time. I would love to see a barrel setup like what Mossberg uses for their slug setup with the scope rail attached to the barrel itself so it always stays in the same position related to the barrel. It also doesn't screw on and rotate so it is much more likely to always go back to the same position. I know a lot of people don't like proprietary barrel systems, but I think that would be the best thing for accuracy.

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We have done some testing with different muzzle breaks and have seen some dramatic affects
Thanks, I expected someone to chime in who tested that specifically. I always felt it was a cosmetic piece with fsr barrels.
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Old 06-06-2016, 10:11 PM   #2618 (permalink)
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The wait was long but not as long as most on this thread.

I noticed the barrel was a little loose when i pointed the gun down, with a FSR chambered, and it shot out the end! I was going to contract you when i saw the advert as it stated Lapco rifled barrel 0.689...i didn't know they made them in anything other than 0.683

Anyhow the gun is amazing and I just need to make my mind up on a Mofo with fins or Lapco 0.683
If you want I have a Mofo with .686 and .688 fins with a couple other goodies. Never used. pm me if youre interested
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We have done some testing with different muzzle breaks and have seen some dramatic affects (sorry about hitting some of your equipment Bill...lol). The thread protectors are fine, but then again, if you never plan to put a break on the end, why add the extra weight and surface area? Might as well just machine the threads off and make it that much lighter and smoother. My opinion is that any moving parts are bad for fs accuracy, there's almost always at least a little offset in barrel threads, so each time you take your barrel off to clean it, it goes back on just a little different since there is not a hard stop to keep it in exactly the same position each time. I would love to see a barrel setup like what Mossberg uses for their slug setup with the scope rail attached to the barrel itself so it always stays in the same position related to the barrel. It also doesn't screw on and rotate so it is much more likely to always go back to the same position. I know a lot of people don't like proprietary barrel systems, but I think that would be the best thing for accuracy.

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Matt's right about the adverse accuracy impacts of muzzle breaks. I have always wondered whether those breaks caused some sort of turbulence at the muzzle and after some testing at CCM I removed them from all my first-strike rifles. I remember, years ago, that Chicago had tested Hammerhead's M50 muzzle break with satisfactory results. So I recently picked one up for testing.

My initial short-range testing showed better results than with any of the other barrel tips I have used. I am hoping to actually do some longer-range testing over the next couple of weeks. The downside, for the more mobile players, is that it is a heavy piece of kit.
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Old 06-06-2016, 10:48 PM   #2620 (permalink)
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All my FSR guns have their own tackle lol sights barrels and optimizer.Switching things aroud sucks and cost money for sighting in again.
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