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About miketasticsavo

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  1. It is a 16". I'm gonna take it to my local gunsmith the next time a get a few extra buxxx together and let him take care of it. I did use the guide the first time which is why I don't understand how it ended up crooked. But as for now, it should still function properly. It's just really ugly with the threads on there now. But I think having the barrel chopped a little and having the break permanently attached is my only option at this point.
  2. Yeah i'm pretty sure that's not the case. I looked down the barrel (with the bolt open of course) it looked like it wasn't lined up properly. I also tested it against a a ruler, which confirmed my suspicions...
  3. Hello! I am new to this website, but i saw the wealth of information that everyone provides, so I figured I would ask a question and see if you guys can help! I recently threaded the barrel of my saiga so I could attach a JTac47 muzzlebrake on it. However, when I screwed the brake on, it seemed to be on crooked. The brake is pointing slightly to the ground. I'm wondering how this could have possibly happened, and if there is anything I can do to fix it. It just doesn't seem possible that the threads cooke be angled like that.
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