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Old 01-14-2013, 23:59   #17
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Originally Posted by Meanie5470 View Post
My gas block has 2 allen screws on the bottom clamping the block to the barrel, That would mean its not pinned right? The top of the block is a rail section not an a frame.
I have heard that drilling a little of the barrel under the allen screws will help lessen the chance of the block moving. If it were me, I would have it pinned on by ADCO, if I felt I couldn't do it myself.

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I prefer this way:
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But this way is the best way if it already had a FSB installed:
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