What is the unlock block made of? Aluminum?

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stainless steel

remember to ALWAYS use LPS all purpose anti-seize at the interface between the unlock block and barrel. (or frog lube paste in a properly prepared system)

failure to do so WILL reult in poor function and galling of the unlock block surface!

Interestingly, in one of the the Bondarms vids, they are talking about coating the barrel and unlock block and doing away with the anti-seize altogether. That's part of why I wanted to try coating a barrel with titanium nitride, I'd had that idea before hearing that, and anyway a gold barrel is just flashy!

I needed to make sure the locking block wasn't aluminum as they don't coat aluminum.

nope, you are good to go!


just make sure to post pics and a range report!

i do not think they have implemented the fixed extractor modification that stops Live Round Ejections from occuring. yet.

Brian Hunt said:

Interestingly, in one of the the Bondarms vids, they are talking about coating the barrel and unlock block and doing away with the anti-seize altogether. That's part of why I wanted to try coating a barrel with titanium nitride, I'd had that idea before hearing that, and anyway a gold barrel is just flashy!

I needed to make sure the locking block wasn't aluminum as they don't coat aluminum.

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