Don’t melt your MagnetoSpeed with a suppressor! – rifleshooter.com

Don’t melt your MagnetoSpeed with a suppressor! – rifleshooter.com



Here’s a quick public service announcement- don’t melt your MagnetoSpeed. Sure I’ve shot them, blow the mounts apart on various brake and eroded the blade mounted with unburnt powder, but this was a new one.  I never actually melted one.

MagnetoSpeed V3 (above).

 

Sometimes you need to listen to guys who know more.  Other times, you need to learn from your mistakes.  And every now and then, you need to do both.  This was the case when I melted my MagnetoSpeed Barrel Mounted Ballistic Chronograph.

I headed to the range with a Ruger Precision rifle equipped with a Q Thunder Chicken suppressor, and despite my buddy Kevin telling me I’d melt the MagnetoSpeed mount if I got it too hot, I went ahead and did it anyway.

The shots stopped registering and the end of the bayonet started dropping, upon inspection I noticed I fried it!  The mount that is connected to the bayonet assembly is toast.  I’m hoping I can simply swap this part out.

Well, I thought I was going slow and keeping the temperatures down, guess I wasn’t!

 





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