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Old 10-14-2012, 16:38   #11
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I vote to leave it alone. If you want to put a longer rail or something that actually requires a low profile gas block, shave your FSB. A few minutes will net you this:

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Plus however long you want to spend prettying it up. I didn't worry about making it too perfect looking, as it's under the handguard. This way is cheap (free), easy, quick, and avoids the problems of a set screw or clamp on block.
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