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    Quote Originally Posted by STL View Post
    When properly applied and the muzzle device installed, Rocksett will not fail. It requires a tremendous amount of sheer force to break the bond. On Mk17 barrels, it requires the use of a 3' cheater bar after soaking in 200° water for 2 hours to remove the ECP hider. The ECP hiders installed on commercial barrels offered by FN as a replacement such as the 13" CQC and 20" LB variants do not have thread locking compound present.
    So If you want to remove a muzzle device with rocksett, you have to do all that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 300blkout View Post
    So If you want to remove a muzzle device with rocksett, you have to do all that?

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    You meaning me? Yes, it's all in a day's work. If you love what you do, it isn't work at all and you look forward to it every day. If you mean yourself, only you can answer that question. If you feel it's too much of a hassle, then of course you'd view it as too much of a hassle and would likely seek to hire someone to do the task for you.

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    So it depends on how much you use. If you coat all the treads thickly then you might not be able to get it off at all.

    AAC from the factory rocksetts their brakes on the factory SBR's, we used so much force with twisted the gas tube. Others have to be cut off because so much was used.

    Moral of the story use a little and proper torque and you are good to go. You will not destroy your barrel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by STL View Post
    You meaning me? Yes, it's all in a day's work. If you love what you do, it isn't work at all and you look forward to it every day. If you mean yourself, only you can answer that question. If you feel it's too much of a hassle, then of course you'd view it as too much of a hassle and would likely seek to hire someone to do the task for you.
    Hahahaha wow, I don't look at it as "work" I was asking if all those steps were required...you made me laugh, thank you lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy M. View Post
    So it depends on how much you use. If you coat all the treads thickly then you might not be able to get it off at all.

    AAC from the factory rocksetts their brakes on the factory SBR's, we used so much force with twisted the gas tube. Others have to be cut off because so much was used.

    Moral of the story use a little and proper torque and you are good to go. You will not destroy your barrel.
    Will do, thank you! Happy St Patty's day!

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