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Old 08-15-2012, 03:22 PM   #1
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Just recieved my flash suppressor from Alumalite . I got the spiral 5 in FS just because of the look .I was a little nervous about what it would do to accuracy but I shot it yesterday and it might if helped a little , might just be in my mind. They had to turn it down because they didn't have it in stock took about two wks to get it to my door , but for 60 bucks I couldn't resist

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Old 08-15-2012, 07:57 PM   #2
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I guess the first question is what does it improve over the A2 birdcage. I have to say it looks great but I'm skeptical of any advantages. Also how long is it? Not trying to put you down, Tenderribbs, I'm always skeptical of the latest and greatest MD.
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I didn't know if it would help accuracy or hurt it I bought it cuz it kooks cool . It's 5 in long I was afraid that it would disturb the air exiting the rifle and make it less accurate buy I thunk it helped!
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Not bad. I will stick with my $12 one. It reduces recoil and barrel rise well.


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That's a sharp FS where did u get it at? Is it 1/2 28. 12 bucks.! You Gona have to prove that one to me. Lol Sounds too good to be true.
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That's a sharp FS where did u get it at? Is it 1/2 28. 12 bucks.! You Gona have to prove that one to me. Lol Sounds too good to be true.
eBay. Look it up. I was the only bidder and it sold under the buy it now price. Lol. They had it buy it now for 28 or so. That is why I watch eBay late at night to catch some deals.
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