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    Posted: January 15 2016 at 9:15am
Can a conical flash hider be installed on the mk 4
Rifle. Not mk 5 ? Please reply
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Number 4 not number 5
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Yes/no.
It depends on the diameter of the muzzle and if you are using an original FH or a repro with a different ID.
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Don't the No4's bayonet lugs get in the way?
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yes - they get in the way as does the muzzle diameter - it can be turned down , but why not buy a no5 ??????????????? 
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Not necessarily. There is a length of muzzle in front of the lugs. If only a cone and not a whole assembly as on a #5, then the ID could be opened up some and sweated on. In fact I did the same with a cut back #4. I used a repro #5 front sight assy and cut off the sight.
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