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    Muzzle Device ID

    Thanks in advance ....

    I found this piece in my Dad's stuff. It hasn't seen the light of day in 25+ years. Do any of the assembled experts recognize the make and model ??

    The interior diameter at the front is just over 8mm. The threads measure 11.99mm so I assume 1/2 inch.

    Ed/stnwll (rats .... mispelled muzzle and I can't edit it!!)

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    Not a clue, but I'd sure like to see that bad boy work at twilight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbruney View Post
    Not a clue, but I'd sure like to see that bad boy work at twilight.
    Me too ......

    I guess I'm just assuming it's for an AR based on the size of the hole ...... and what else would someone in 1985 (-ish) put such a thing on?

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    I think they were on fal's back during the awb
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    FAL .... didn't think of that. Both FALs I have are left hand threads ....

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    Looks like a FAL AWB Muzzle device to me also, but as you said they should be left handed threaded.
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    Back then i think century was chopping and rethreading barrels
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    Also seems like a tight fit for a .308/7.62 slug through a tube that measures .318/8.14mm inside diameter. Off just a smidge on the threads and ......



    NOPE, just tried. Doesn't even fit over end of either FAL ..... both Century, by the way.
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