May I suggest that, before you ask anyone to do it, you consider the existing features of your rifle, then compare them, plus your wished-for addition, to the definition of "assault" (read illegal) rifle, in NYS' Penal Code, Section 265.22? A copy follows.system60 said:I have a S&W M&P15 ORC that has a plain ended barrel and am looking to have it threaded and a muzzle break permanently attached. I know ADCO does it but wanted to know if there was anyone local that is able to do so.
All my Saigas came with non threaded barrels. And guess what, I threaded them all, and installed brakes according to BATFE specs. Took about one hour each.hydtguy said:In NY?
Not a good Idea... I have a Bushmaster NY compliant with a "FACTORY INSTALLED IZZY BRAKE" installed. it is welded and pinned on so as not to EVER be removed.
1. For the life of me it makes no cents at all that by the manufacture calling it a muzzle break and welding and pinning it in place, it's now all fine and legal in NY, but it is.
2. My Hbar colt has no such thing on its barrel, and it's a tack driver. With the right head and powder you can reduce the muzzle flash and with practice (and a 22 power Nikon on the flat top don't hurt) you won't have to hide the flash,,, lol.
3. Better to be safe than sorry. Bring your rifle to a local (NY state, reputable armorer and an FFL. never guess. know before altering any firearm.
4. Have fun.