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Old 09-06-2012, 02:06 AM   #11
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Here is mine. Called Fish Bone.



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That looks awesome man.
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Thanks works well also.

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The best there is, flash hider that is;

The Smith Enterprise, Inc., Vortex G6A2 Sound Suppressor Capable Flash Eliminator

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How much was it and how hard was it to change?
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Well they run like $28 now. The guy the has them on eBay had a few up as a auction and I got mine way cheaper. Lol. But now he has it buy it now. It was easy to change since I put it on a new build/barrel.

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Well they run like $28 now. The guy the has them on eBay had a few up as a auction and I got mine way cheaper. Lol. But now he has it buy it now. It was easy to change since I put it on a new build/barrel.
Thanks for the info.
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AAC Blackout FH/Mount & M4-2000.

A silencer is the most effective flash hider you will find.
The only flash you'll see is what comes out the ejection port.

Plus you & your friends won't go deaf when using it.

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I have a Vortex on my M-4gery, a modified AR-15 cage flash suppressor on my Daewoo DR-200 (piston gun).

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AAC Blackout FH/Mount & M4-2000.

A silencer is the most effective flash hider you will find.
The only flash you'll see is what comes out the ejection port.

Plus you & your friends won't go deaf when using it.
Sweet setup. An AAC Blackout will be my next build. And then a .30 cal can because I can use it on 5.56 too.
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Daniel Defense- just built so I haven't shot it yet.

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