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    BM62 question

    Took my BM62 out to the range today, shot very well. Was wondering if it is an easy swap out to put a tri compensator on as I dont like the muzzle device currently on it. Any advice would be great!

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    Both muzzle devices will interchange on the BM59/62 rifles. There is also a shorter 5" compensator you can use also. Just harder to find.

    StandardParts LLC has the tricompensators for sale if you are looking for one.

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    Thanks man I think the 5 would look better than the tri compensator but if I cant find one of the shorter ones I'll just go that route. Also I got home to clean it and the gas nut was only finger tight. Would that have cause some of the accuracy issues I had at the range?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Btl1994 View Post
    Thanks man I think the 5 would look better than the tri compensator but if I cant find one of the shorter ones I'll just go that route. Also I got home to clean it and the gas nut was only finger tight. Would that have cause some of the accuracy issues I had at the range?
    Don't know the issues you may have had but yes, with the gas lock nut being loose it could affect accuracy.

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    Some rounds would be dead on and then I dont know if it's me or what they'd start going all over the paper. I feel some of it was me but I know some of it was that lose nut. I will be changing the muzzle device as the one on the 62s sucks!

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    It should be no problem. The tricompensator is great!
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    I have one on my Springfield BM59. It's never been fired so I'm gonna leave it that way and shoot my 62 instead.

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    The Tricompensator is the way to go. I had an SAI BM-59 (Serial 85x) back in the 1990's and was allowed to shoot Service Rifle with it at Fort Richardson - until some of the top shooters noticed I had NO Muzzle Rise during the rapid fire stages. The Range Officer didn't really care, but, under pressure, told me I had to bring an M1 or an M1Aicon from now on.
    Try it, you'll like what it does - gun looks better, too. CC

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    Standard Parts, Ltd has a gas lock that will allow you adapt almost any flash hider.

    My 69 has a 3”, the tri comp just looked awkward on a 69


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