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11/22/2017 10:05:29 PM
Posted: 10/19/2004 1:41:03 PM EST
[Last Edit: 10/19/2004 1:44:15 PM EST by TN-popo]
I recently had a well-thought-of company permanently attach a Phantom 5C1 to my post-ban barrel. The work looks good, except for one thing. The FH is not perfectly aligned. It's not off by much (enough to see it with the naked eye, but probably not enough to effect recoil chacteristics).
I contacted the company and they said to ship it back and it would be corrected.
Would this be a big deal to you or am I being anal retentive?
Is it worth the hassle?
What would you do?
Thanks for opinions.
Link Posted: 10/19/2004 3:21:05 PM EST
I’d call and politely tell them about your concerns.
I can only imagine the volume of muzzle device swaps the popular companies have to do right know. Sometimes the extra look it requires to make sure stuff is perfect, just doesn’t get done.
Instead of eyeing it up, put a straight edge down the top of the upper using the sights or back ups to reference the straight edge then look at the alignment of the Phantom. Just a little bit could be lived with. IMO
I’d shoot it first, maybe the flash suppressor is timed perfect to the barrel and it shoots like a match barrel.


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