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On my 93 I just took a cresent wrench and a little elbow grease and it came right off.
 

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Your flash hider had flats for a wrench?!
No it does not but you can kind of use the slots in the flash hider as flats. It worked a lot better than you would think.
 

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Right hand threads so counter clockwise to remove,My hk91 flash hider isn't that tight, i would use something a little less marring to remove it though. maybe a piece of brass stock in the notches at the end or the ports.
 

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Right hand threads so counter clockwise to remove,My hk91 flash hider isn't that tight, i would use something a little less marring to remove it though. maybe a piece of brass stock in the notches at the end or the ports.
As loose as it is that would work too. The only thing keeping it tight on there is the spring clip thing. BTW I did not "mar" the finish taking it off the way that I did. Not that I care I actually use mine.
 

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Geez, they're $10 each. Just stick a screwdriver into the slots and turn.
LOL... works every time...lol
got to love that..right to the point stuff..i do
 

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yes.. hand tight.. but after years of sitting and who know what type of oil some of them are just STUCK!!

this is not rocket tech 101..ya know
 
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