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Old February 11, 2013, 01:35 AM   #9
Zak Smith
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Join Date: December 12, 1999
Location: Fort Collins, Colorado, USA
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Hi Dan,

I'm sorry you had that problem.

I can't say why they cut their threads that way, but one reasonable explanation might be that 99.9% of their customers use a muzzle device (flash hider or muzzle brake) which is timed used a crush or peel washer. Not making the root cut at the back of the threads is one less machine op during manufacturing.

-z
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