17" 7.62mm Suppressor Alignment Gage
The Geissele Suppressor Alignment Gage (SAG) is a precision gage used to verify the alignment of a suppressor to the bore of a firearm barrel.
|Notes||Suppressor alignment is determined by several factors: 1. Centerline alignment (offset and angular) of the barrel threads to the bore. 2. Perpendicularity of the barrel shoulder to the threads. 3. Alignment of the muzzle device’s internal diameter threads and torque shoulder to the suppressor attachment geometry. 4. Alignment of the suppressor mounting ID geometry to the bore of the suppressor.|
Worth every penny - Tom
Slapped my new Sandman-S on my rifle and did a quick visual. Looked a little wonky but wasn't sure if it was my eyes (getting old sucks). A little voice in my head said "don't shoot it stupid" and I surprisingly listened. Ordered the 7.62 rod and when it arrived ran it down the bore and sure enough, its off center. Not sure if its close enough to get a strike, but why risk it?July 26th, 2016
peace of mind with excellent tools - Michael
My experience so far with the alignment tool has been a great one. I started out doing my own work not too long ago and wanted to have a guarantee that I did the right threading pattern for my 308. Other than that it came out just fine and now I can let it rest. Most would say just eyeball it, but I prefer it to be precise and on the money on the first go. No one wants to see $1,000 tragedy happen, that's including the tax stamp.September 15th, 2015