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    M7 bayonet question

    I have an M7 in which the muzzle ring has a slight amount of play. Is there any way to snug it up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slater View Post
    muzzle ring has a slight amount of play
    Normal. Not really any permanent way to tighten them. We didn't want them too hard to get on or off. You could try different FH to get a tighter one?

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