John Hou: the way you used the torque wrench was wrong.
kg9pz: Nice job, man! Sorry I missed this I was distracted elsewhere during this time period of my life. Looks bad ass!
FirearmTutorials .com: Nice work. Looks a lot easier than the URX 4 I spent 2 hours with tonight and didn't finish yet.
Ole Ironhead: Looks great! Nice job dude.
Mark Holing: Awesome video brother, and thank you!
david berry: Do you think this will work with an Adams Arms XLP piston gas system?
bdL91: Does anyone know if the nsr will fit over a low profile gas block? Has anyone done that personally?
darkjedi351: what size crows foot is required? nice vid!
JonnyC308: I bought the set off gunbroker a few years ago. I'm sure they still have them if you're looking for one.
JonnyC308: Is your gas block a .936 or .750? A low profile .750 will fit fine, but the .936 is cutting it close and haven't seen anyone try the .936 low profile.
Shane Alfer: What is the contour on one of those? I have a Black Hole Weaponry bull barrel and dont know if an NSR will fit with the gas block? Is it standard profile?
JonnyC308: Noveske 16" recon barrel.
Shane Alfer: What kind of barrel are you running? It looks like a bull barrel.
JonnyC308: I used my best judgement and blue loctite lol. Just don't over do it and you should be fine w/out using the torque screwdriver.
John Mahaney: I just bought 556 Tacticals 9" EVO rail for my SBR. With the flaming pic it looks pretty intense. It replaced a Spikes 7" SAR.
Franklin C: The Samson EVO is very nice. It uses the factory barrel nut. Works with the AFG2. Solid once mounted up. Not aggressive on the hands either. A lot of options of length, extended handguards, and extension pieces.
JonnyC308: The rail works great, no rotation problems w/ 65 lbs of torque. The AFG2 fits just fine, I heard the AFG1 w/ flaired sides doesn't fit.
John Mahaney: How has this rail held up? Does the fact that it doesnt have any anti rotational pins make a difference in its sturdiness? Im torn between this and a Samson Evo. Also I heard there were some issues when using an AFG on the NSR rail.
dcthrn: Just a tip: When using a crows foot "inline" with the torque wrench you are altering the torque value applied to the nut. There is a math formula to correct for this, or you could turn the crows foot 90 degrees to the wrench and say Forget Math!
Thumbs up for the video, thumbs down for that funky beer you like :)
JonnyC308: Thank you.
EMT: Thanks! They sometimes skip corners and take the easy way. If they ever did that, I suggest you consult with a paralegal or lawyer. This way they won't be able to cheat you.