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It has been a long time dreaming, and now I have this little fella in my hands!
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That's great, you couldn't even wait to get home to take the pics. Congratulations. (y)
True! I took them in the parking lot lol
 

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What flash hider is on that? I don't think I've seen an HK with a pinned on flash hider before. I also like the fluted heavy barrel.
 

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What flash hider is on that? I don't think I've seen an HK with a pinned on flash hider before. I also like the fluted heavy barrel.
It is a factory XM8 DMAR barrel and flash hider
 

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Build specs / details?
XM8 DMAR, everything is factory except for Tom's custom receiver. It is the DMAR version of Larry Vickers' XM8
 

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Looks great. I wish thee was a HK433 variant like this. So the barrel is 20" if I'm correct. Also, is the muzzle device pinned or is that a screw that can be loosened or tightened? I'm asking because most normal HK muzzle devices are held on with a retainer spring and a tapered section behind the threads. But since the bottom is blanked off (to function as a muzzle brake/comp), it does have to be timed more exactly than the normal HK flash hiders.
 

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Looks great. I wish thee was a HK433 variant like this. So the barrel is 20" if I'm correct. Also, is the muzzle device pinned or is that a screw that can be loosened or tightened? I'm asking because most normal HK muzzle devices are held on with a retainer spring and a tapered section behind the threads. But since the bottom is blanked off (to function as a muzzle brake/comp), it does have to be timed more exactly than the normal HK flash hiders.
Correct, 20in barrel. The flash hider threads on, and is pinned in place.
 
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