PIKE ARMS® TACTICAL FLASH HIDER SLIP-ON FOR RUGER® 10/22® TAPER BARRELS
For blued 10/22® rifles, this precision CNC machined steel muzzle break compliments your rifle's blue finish to give it the tactical military look and advantage of a military firearm.
Don't confuse this muzzle break with plastic ones! This high quality CNC machined blued steel muzzle break is made to exacting tolerances for a precision slip fit over the muzzle of your rifle and is secured by a pair of set screws on the bottom of the flash hider on the barrel with no permanent modifications to your 10/22®. For 10/22® rifles that are customized with tactical options such as folding stock, this Tactical Flash Hider is an easy choice to get your rifle looking right. Better order two... your shooting buddy is going to want one too!
Please note that although the Pike Arms® Tactical Flash Hider is a slip fit installation on most factory taper barrels, due to the considerable tolerance variations at the muzzle from one factory barrel to the next, in some cases it may be necessary to do some minimal fitting in order to get the correct light press fit on your barrel.
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Frequently Asked Questions For
TACTICAL FLASH HIDER
SLIP-ON TAPER BARREL
FOR RUGER® 10/22®
|Pike Arms® TACTICAL FLASH HIDER|
Installation is quick and easy. No tools are required other than the supplied allen wrench.
1. Ensure that your rifle is not loaded. Remove magazine. Retract bolt and visually verify that the chamber is emply.
2. Using the supplied allen wrench, loosen the attaching set screws that are located under the flash hider. It is not necessary to completely remove them. Unscrew them far enough that they do not protrude into the inside of the flash hider.
3. Slide the flash hider over the muzzle of the barrel while aligning the front sight with the clearance cut in the flash hider. The flash hider is designed to be a snug fit. Due to the manufacturing tolerances of the factory Ruger® barrels, the flash hider may require a slight tap with the palm of your hand to fully seat it. DO NOT use a hammer or similar to hit the flash hider and drive it onto the barrel. You will damage the flash hider and your barrel which would not be covered by any manufacturing warranty. Please
note that although the Flash Hider is a slip fit
installation on most taper barrels, due to the considerable
tolerance variations at the muzzle from one factory barrel to the next,
in some cases it may be necessary to do some minimal fitting in order to
get the correct light press fit on your barrel.
4. Once the flash hider is seated flushly on the barrel, use the supplied allen wrench to tighten the two set screws. Use caution not to over torque the two set screws and over tighten them enough to strip the threads out of the flash hider.
Installation is complete and is ready for use.