Ar-15 gas block dimples

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#21

Good info! I went a simpler route since I don’t have all those fancy tools.
https://slrrifleworks.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=129&product_id=579


#22

Ha! Yes that is far cheaper than the route that I took!


#23

Adjustable gas blocks are far better utilized for running suppressor/silencers. This helps with dwell time of the trapped gasses so your rifle cycles properly. Outside of that I would never run one nor will I run a piston driven.


#24

Another use for adjustable gas blocks is with low reciprocating mass systems, you can get a very soft and flat shooting rifle with proper tuning. I put one together for the wife and younger grandkids, I must confess to putting a thousand or so rounds out of it myself. Low mass BCG, low power spring, and no weight in the buffer. Once I got the gas set right it has run like a top, only malfunctions were related to the Nib coating causing a tolerance issue on the ejector, swapped it out for a nitride ejector and have not had a malfunction since.


#25

That’s a really good point you brought up jtallen83. If some one was going for a lightweight rifle, or hunting rifle you could use a light carrier and empty buffer and adjust your gas system accordingly. Good idea Brother. I might have to try that some day.


#26

Not an original idea on my part, I read about 3-gunner’s using these types of rigs. Taccom3G specializes in this area;
https://taccom3g.com/product-category/rifle-components/


#27

Interesting website! Thanks for posting it Brother!