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    How Is The XCRM Muzzle Brake Attached To The Barrel?

    How Is The XCRM Muzzle Brake Attached To The Barrel? Is it threaded on, welded on, glued on? I checked the parts list and it seems that it may be welded on, but would like to know for sure if anyone knows.

    Checking the feasibility of changing the muzzle brake myself.

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    If it's 16+ long, they look to be threaded only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RWSgunsmithing View Post
    If it's 16+ long, they look to be threaded only.
    Preciate the info. Now for some pliers, a rag, duct tape and paperclips.

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    I don't know about all of them, but mine came off with a wrench pretty easily - threaded on.
    I 'exchanged' the brake for a can adapter. Took all of 5 minutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravo View Post
    I don't know about all of them, but mine came off with a wrench pretty easily - threaded on.
    I 'exchanged' the brake for a can adapter. Took all of 5 minutes.
    much appreciated

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    For us Canucks.....

    Not to revive a necro-thread. But, I noticed my brake has a hole on top, and a matching hole on the bottom filled in. Is that a pin/weld, or can a I just reef on it and get the brake off?

    Hoping some one from Robinson remembers what they did with the original -M series they shipped to Canada. (Mine is one of the original batch)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonesyatpl View Post
    For us Canucks.....

    Not to revive a necro-thread. But, I noticed my brake has a hole on top, and a matching hole on the bottom filled in. Is that a pin/weld, or can a I just reef on it and get the brake off?

    Hoping some one from Robinson remembers what they did with the original -M series they shipped to Canada. (Mine is one of the original batch)
    Should be pinned/welded for Canada.
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    Dang it....

    Guess I'll send it to the smith versus ruining the threads myself.
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