Author Topic: Evo Carbine length Magpul Furniture Built Nov. 2019 Faux suppressor removal.  (Read 472 times)

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Offline 338lapuaslap

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 Newbie please bear with me.

Righty tighty lefty lost still apply?

I feel I am going to strip this going lefty loosely only nudged 3/4 of a turn.

Anything else I need to do?

Thank YOU In advance.

Again all I am doing is grabbing the "suppressor and twisting left while I am looking at it?!?!?.

Offline flpsmlps20

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Yeah, that's how I got mine off. I'm pretty sure loctite was used

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Offline Cohenj87

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Newbie please bear with me.

Righty tighty lefty lost still apply?

I feel I am going to strip this going lefty loosely only nudged 3/4 of a turn.

Anything else I need to do?

Thank YOU In advance.

Again all I am doing is grabbing the "suppressor and twisting left while I am looking at it?!?!?.
The faux suppressor is not a 1 piece screw on, it uses a special wrench to take the castle nut off the front.

Offline 338lapuaslap

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So the cap with the holes in it first?

That is my problem then?

Is the cap still lefty loosy???

Is the suppressor lefty loosy?
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Offline Cohenj87

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So the cap with the holes in it first?

That is my problem then?

Is the cap still lefty loosy???

Is the suppressor lefty loosy?
I just realized it says carbine length, I'm sure a quick YouTube search will help. I was thinking it was the micro.

Offline kilrain

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On mine, I gripped the faux suppressor and unscrewed it to the left(counterclockwise facing the muzzle) with very little difficulty.  The serial number on my carbine starts with a "C" and the bolt is stamped 18, FYI.