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A vivid memory of 4 SureFire brakes sitting on my work bench last fall. My mind transforms the image from color to an animated blue-print of each brake, one next to the other....
The 212 brake fades away, the K brake fades away. The only two left slide next to each other and are zoomed in on...
Then it's revealed, plain as day. The MB762SS01 and the CAM4FA556 have similar attributes and measurements.
I immediately run to the garage and see if my FA762SS can fits on my LT AR. First I have to fit the CAM4FA556 compensator. I do that and grab the can....
I throw everything in the truck and head to sticks to test fire it. No Rockset no Loctite, nothing. I didn't even shim and line it up.
Here's the vid, it worked. And also, BTW, none of the above is true. I was actually drinking a beer and picking my nose when I came up with the idea. Which I actually got from someone else. Sorry for the false build-up, it sounded cool though right? I'm bored, enjoy the vid.
Last edited by kalima275Z; 01-09-2010 at 06:22 PM.