i run an ASR on my HK762 using a Silencerco Saker suppressor. i had to find a threaded adapter to go from the 15x1RH to 5/8x24 TPI though. i forgot where i purchased it though because its been a few years. i'll try and go back through older orders and see what i can find.Ok so from what I've seen it looks like its a 15x1RH pitch (can anyone confirm?) only part that sucks is it appears Silencerco doesn't make an ASR Brake in that thread/pitch; Anyone running the flash hider have any input as to possible baffle erosion?
Agreed just nice to hear someone else say it that's what I'm going to do!!IMHO , the erosion issue is a bigger deal if you are thinking of using the suppressor on an SBR length barrel. In addition, as long as your barrel is at least the minimum length that Silencerco will warrant, you should be good to go. So unless you really want a brake , the available flash hider could be installed with no adapters or modifications.
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Ahh makes perfect sense I'm surprised it would beat the rifle up that bad though that makes me sadBrakes are tough on metric threads since by design, metric threaded barrels are designed to be muzzle bottoming, not barrel shoulder bottoming. You would need muzzle shims in order to time a brake. That's the reason SiCo never made a metric brake.
Tread carefully when suppressing the MR762. It overgasses like crazy. After a full day of shooting mine suppressed with Federal 7.62 NATO, the ejection port has already begun to deteriorate from brass impact.
The Dear Air M15x1 mount for SiCo cans is flash hider, not a brake... for the same reason SiCo does not make a metric brake.HK does not like anything suppressed unless blessed from the motherland. Good luck getting that. With that said. Dead air makes a conversion for your silco cans, which will allow you to run dead air breaks and flash hiders. Not cheap but another avenue for you to look into.