Attaching A CMG Recoil Reaper Rifle Silencer The Correct Way
When attaching a CMG Recoil Reaper, first make very sure the rifle is not loaded.
Remove the thread protector. Visually inspect both threads and make sure there are no burs or dirt. Look trough the moderator to ensure there are no foreign material, dirt or obstructions that may negate the safe passage of bullets. Carefully start threading your moderator onto the barrel making very sure you don’t cross thread it.
Stand the rifle upright on the ground, resting on the recoil pad that is now between your feet. With slight pressure of your knees on the fore end and your feet on the buttstock, firmly snug the moderator up to the shoulder and physically inspect the fit between the shoulder on the barrel and the back of the moderator. It should be a nice solid fit with no light visible.
Finally remove the bolt from the action and look through the bore from behind the rifle. An even shadowline created by the additional length of the moderator should be seen. If this shadow line is larger at any point it says that something is not properly aligned. Remove the moderator and clean all threads. Refit and recheck. If the problem persists contact your gunsmith.
IF ALL IS WELL YOU ARE NOW READY TO FIRE YOUR RIFLE WITH THE ATTACHED MODERATOR.
After two shots check that the moderator is still tightly locked against the opposing barrel shoulder.
Recheck after another 5 shots.
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