Friday, January 2, 2009

How to Remove the New Version Echo1 G36c Flash Hider

I've gotten several questions on this topic and one of our viewers stepped up and decided to answer that question for the world.

The video is a little dark and a little shaky, but the info is solid and it should be useful for anyone in this type of situation.

The only I would add is the suggestion to wrap the flash hider with a cloth or other soft material before using the pliers to twist.

If you care about the stock flash hider, you'll want to avoid scratches and the pliers can leave deep gouges in the plastic.

Also, if you have followed the steps listed in the video and you still cannot remove the flash hider, try looking at the bottom of the muzzle tip for a tiny allen set screw.

Between, the hair dryer, plyers and set screw, you should be able to take off any flash hider you encounter!

WARNING: Conduct removal at your own risk!

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