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Hi All, After much research through the appropriate threads it's time for me to cut the muzzle fitting off the front of my Saiga x39. From the front of the FSB to the end of the barrel it measures a tick over 1-inch. The smallest pipe cutter I Have requires a minimum of 7/16-inch to the center of the wheel. Questions I have not found answers for in my thread searches: 1. Does anyone have a "thinner" pipe cutter to recommend? 2. If I use mine, will 9/16-inch leave enough thread surface for most muzzle brakes? 3. What should I expect once I've cut to the barrel? 3A. One thread said it will "pop" ...does that mean it will then simply slide off? 3B. If there is no "pop," how will I know when I've reached the barrel... by measurement alone? 3C. Although I am pretty sure my barrel is not threaded, if it is, will the cut piece unscrew? 3D. Once the pipe cutter reaches the barrel, how is the old muzzle piece then removed? Many thanks in advance of your experienced answers!