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I'll be building a 10" gun. Paperwork sent. How far back should I set the gas block? I like the idea of keeping the Piston in the tube when cycling. I think Tony standardized his 8-10 guns at 3.75". I guess I can start taking measurements and see how far back I can go and still keep the shortened Piston in the gas tube. Thoughts?

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Make sure you have that SBS tax stamp firmly in hand before grabbing that hack saw or pipe cutter.

 

Will do. I want to have the plan together for when it gets here. My latest thought is move the gas block back 2" and hope everything works out. I have a poly choke so i think that should add a little more gas.

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Search this forum with google. There are a dozen or so threads with this information in detail. It's a big hassle for the professionals to explain all this stuff to people so they can avoid being customers, but a few of them have done it. No sense begging them to take time out of their day to repeat the process.

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