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I see alot of threads of how to get your gas block off but not too many about getting it on.Well this is how I did it and it went on like butter no fighting it and did it myself.First I took some 2000 grit sand paper and polished the barrel where the gas block sits took a 2x4 about 20 inches and made a 1 inch hole in it. . (like shown).Then I took the gas block and made a hook out of a wire hanger and put it in the oven at 300 for about 30 minutes ( Make sure you preheat the oven first before you put the gas block in to bake) Take it out with an oven mitt. Put some oil on the barrel take the piece of 2x4 Take a real nice pillow off your wifes couch and put it on the floor.put the backside down and barrel up slide the block down the barrel get it aligned slide your 2x4 over the barrel and put pressure on one side while you tap on the otherside watch it as you tap down to align the gas tube and there it is like butter
How are these being installed. ??? Since they are only about $8 I was wondering do you just drop them infront of the gas piston and thats it? I'm surprise that counts as a part if your not removing any russian part. If that is all there is to it... Maybe I'm wrong? I didn't see this in any pervious post that I searched...