Yankee Hill Machine Low Profile Gas Block - .750 - Set Screw Style

Manufactured by Yankee Hill Machine
SKU: YHM-9383
MPN: YHM9383
Manufactured by Yankee Hill Machine
141 Reviews
$14.40

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Details

Details

Yankee Hill Machine low profile gas block. This gas block is a set set screw style and is designed for .750" barrels.
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Specifications

AdjustableNon-Adjustable
BrandYankee Hill Machine
FinishManganese Phosphate
Manufacturer.Yankee Hill Machine
MaterialSteel
PlatformAR-15/AR-308
Size.750 in
TypeLow Profile

Yankee Hill Machine Low Profile Gas Block

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Yankee Hill Low Pro Gas Block w/set screws

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A little loose on the barrel. Roll pin hole was a little oversized.

Yankee Hill Machine Low Profile Gas Block

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A little tight fit on my recently purchased Spikes TacticalST- FN Cold Hammer Forged 14.5 Mid-Length Barrel (5.56). Just had to use a little lube. Does as advertises.

Perfect

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A perfect fit! I would deff buy this again!

Great price

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Always competitive and fast shipping!

Low pro gas block

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Another great product i have used in the past! PrimaryArms came through again with quick service and exactly what i needed!

YHM gas block

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Another great product of YHM. I have used these on two builds and not a problem with installation or function. Thank you Primary Arms for having the best stuff for great prices.

Awesome service, high quality gas block

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Awesome customer service, fast shipping, great quality gas block. Really low profile, goes right together fits like a glove.

great quality

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awesome experience as always from primary

VERY TIGHTY

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Barrel measured .751. Gas block was to tight to fit on even with hitting it with a block of wood. I had to ground the inside diameter out to get it to fit. In all fairness I had the same problem with a different brand of gas block (Troy) bought at Brownels. Brownel gun tech suggested using an abrasive cloth to reduce the diameter of the BARREL which was a match White OAK barrel. Dumb idea imho. Rather butcher $25 gas block. Finally got it to fit but scratched it up and a crumby job.