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    Stopped muzzle....

    Stopped muzzle....

    CYA friends:


    What does a MD actually do? ( ain't it silly to have to explain this, again, after 25 years now?)

    I know, this is silly of me ......but, a MD stops the muzzle.....

    A MD is used on a new build, when properly weighted, and, properly positioned ahead of the muzzle, to completely stop the muzzle oscillations of the gun barrel, when fired.....

    A MD has no other function.

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    A MD is set one time, if properly weighted, and, positioned ahead of the muzzle, on a new build, then it is never moved again....

    A MD is not used to "tune" a barrel, during conditions..........that is nonsense...

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    If you find you must change your MD, in conditions, which, unless Tony Harper, or other National Class shooters of Tony's stature, tell me they do, your contraption has issues...


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    CYA friends, the reason I'm posting this, for no telling how many times over the years, now, is because, there is more abject nonsense around these internet boards about what a MD is actually used for.......

    And so many new folks, who believe, "if it's on the internet, it must be true", are having such a terrible time using a MD, properly..


    That I felt it my duty to post....


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    CYA friends, and especially new folks:

    A MD is used to stop the muzzle of a gun barrel, one time.............if done correctly.

    Thereafter, the MD has no further function...

    And it is NEVER moved again........

    Your friend, Bill Calfee

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    PS:

    The internet is the most wonderful thing in the world....

    The internet is the absolute worst thing in the world.....

    Depending on how it's used.....bc
    Last edited by Bill Calfee; 1 Week Ago at 10:32 PM.

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