Filling in a pin/weld hole after SBR’ing a T36K
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    Default Filling in a pin/weld hole after SBR’ing a T36K

    Any thoughts on how to hide this? Got the extended hider off with minimal cosmetic collateral damage, but ran into this fitting the AAC 51T Mount.

    I could get the standard K flash hider but I wanted something functional.
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    Personally I would leave it alone.

    YMMV.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vellnueve View Post
    Any thoughts on how to hide this? Got the extended hider off with minimal cosmetic collateral damage, but ran into this fitting the AAC 51T Mount.

    I could get the standard K flash hider but I wanted something functional.
    If you really want to fill it up , just bring it to a good tig welder guy and it will take 5 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rovertym View Post
    If you really want to fill it up , just bring it to a good tig welder guy and it will take 5 minutes.
    welding directly on the barrel could affect accuracy, but since it is so close to the end you might be safe. I would just leave it.

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    Fair enough, I'll leave it alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesgs4 View Post
    welding directly on the barrel could affect accuracy, but since it is so close to the end you might be safe. I would just leave it.
    Putting a single tack weld wont put enough heat on the barrel to do any damage.

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    I would leave it alone, that would not bother me at all and I'm ocd as heck. ;)

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    At the most, a black Sharpie pen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rovertym View Post
    Putting a single tack weld wont put enough heat on the barrel to do any damage.
    its not the heat of the weld that might affect accuracy, but the draw of the weld cooling. it's close to the end of the barrel so it might be safe, but not something I would risk.

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