Name that gun part!


#62

No points for this one.

Stoner 63A used by the SEALs (Navy) and the Marines in Vietnam


#63

I feel dumb! Shoulda, coulda, woulda…


#64

Damn! I was getting there!..someday.


#65

Nice rifles you have!


#66


#68

Close enough Brother! It’s a bolt assembly for a Cobray M11 9mm.


#69

Ak74 brake 24mmx1 rh
Is it a zig zag or half moon brake


#70

Close , it’s off of a AK47 Sam 7 sf-84. 7.62. Half moon or zig zag? Now your teaching me Brother. Explain please.


#71

Doesn’t matter if it cAme of a 47
It’s a 74 Style brake
It came off a Arsenal gun then it’s a half moon brake


#72

I know. I own a few 74s.

Ok. Can you please explain the difference between a zig zag and a half moon.


#73

There just 2 diffeent ways that they are machined to redirect gases when fires
Zig zag pattern was used by Bulgaria and Russia for a while
Half moon was used by everyone

There really isn’t much difference in my opinion but some ak guys drool over the zig zag


#74

Ok. I have both designs then.
I’m assuming you can tell by the other holes in the brake? Or maybe the way the flame is directed?


#75


Zig zag

image

Half moon


#76

They both function exactly the same


#77

Huh. Your right. Why the hell would it matter. Interesting. Thank you for the explanation Brother.


#78

No worries

If you want to get a really good brake go for the srvv jet brake it’s the best IMO


#79


Most of us know what this is, but can you tell me what firearm it is for?


#80

Thank you for the recommendation. In all honesty if I’m in the market I will make it, but that looks like a good design to reduce felt recoil!


#81

HK G3


#82

You got it Brother!