So will being circumcised.https://www.keltecweapons.com/rifles/rfb18/rfb-125-thread-protector
If I take off my birdcage flash hider and put this thread protector on instead, will it make the OAL of my RFB shorter?
@hotwings, you don't say what model of RFB you have. The 24in version comes with a thread protector. The 18in version comes with a birdcage flash suppressor.Am i the only one whos RFB was shipped from the factory without a birdcage or brake? Mine came stock with the thread protector....
Or was fit that way so as not to have too many evil looking accessories and thus make a prohibited list?@hotwings, you don't say what model of RFB you have. The 24in version comes with a thread protector. The 18in version comes with a birdcage flash suppressor.
I suppose it's also possible that some states do not allow a flash suppressor, and your rifle, regardless of barrel length was made to comply with such a rule.
As long as it's shorter than with the birdcage, I'll be happy. Funny how a lot of sbr's are over 26".
The rifles Kel-Tec distributes meet the requirements of a legal rifle without anything attached to the threaded muzzle. It doesn't matter that you removed the flash hider, it doesn't change that fact.The thread protector took about an inch off. So it's just at or right under 27".
So no need for any forms.
If that was the entire point of this exercise, then you aren't done yetBy using the thread protector I have made this rifle as short as I can.