- The muzzle brake is removed by slacken the fastening screw (Fig. 1) by about one turn and then turning the muzzle brake counter-clockwise until it gets free.
- If the muzzle brake is not used, the thread can be protected by optionally available thread cover (Fig. 2).
- The muzzle brake is attached by removing thread cover and turning it clockwise as far it is possible and turning backwards to get the muzzle brake holes to right direction.
- The gun tends to kick aside by the action of recoil, this tendency can be decreased by inclining the muzzle brake holes in the direction of the kick.
- The fastening screw is finally tightened (Fig. 1).
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