Product FAQ

Product Frequently Asked Questions

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General

Q: Does Phase 5 have a store that is open to the public?

A: No, Phase 5 does not have a storefront that is open to the public, but there are several dealers in our immediate area that carry our products if you prefer to buy from a store rather than online. (you may email sales@phase5wsi.com for more information.)

 

Q: Do you offer any other color options for your products?

A: No, we do not offer any special request or custom color options on our products.

 

Extended Bolt Release

Q: What is the difference between the (EBRV2) and (EBRV2-SC)?

A: The (EBRv2-SC) has a lower profile head to clear the charging handle on a side charging upper receiver.

 

Q: Do the EBR (Extended Bolt Release) products work with a FLAT TRIGGER?

A: Yes, they do work with the flat triggers. However, we have had some customers complain about the amount of clearance between the leg of the EBR and the trigger. 

 

Q: Do you have an extended bolt release that works on my S&W M&P 15-22?

A: No.

 

Buffer Tubes

Q: Is the Shockwave Blade compatible with the PBT or HEX-2 Pistol buffer tubes?

A: The PBT and HEX-2 are compatible in diameter, but they are not pre-dimpled on the underside for the set screw to lock at specific positions.

 

Muzzle Devices

Q: Will the FATman or littleBOY Hex Brakes fit inside my handguard?

A: If your handguard ID is greater than 1.265”, then yes, if it is smaller, then no. (see product page for more dimensions)


Q: Will the FATman or littleBOY Hex Brakes work on my 7.62x39 with a 5/8x24TPI?

A: Yes, please follow this link to the appropriate product. http://phase5wsi.com/littleboy-hex-brake-7.62x51-.308-300blk-5-8-x-24-tpi.html

 

LPSN Rails

Q: Will the LPSN15 handguard work on my .308 rifle?

A: No.


Q: Will the LPSN15 handguard work on my 300BLK rifle?

A: Yes.

 

Magazine Locks and Release Device

Q: I live in Texas and am a true patriot, should I order the Patriot Mag Release?

A: No, it is designed for California customers.


Q: Will the MRT (magazine release tool) work on the Raddlock bullet button?

A: No.

 

Bolt Carrier Groups

Q: Do you stake the gas keys on your Bolt Carrier Groups?

AShort answer is, no we do not stake the gas keys, longer explanation is below:

 There has been a lot of talk about the pros and cons of staking the gas key on the carrier. Here is our opinion and why we do not stake keys. The US Mil Spec. assembly drawing requires the carrier key to be staked. Contrary to some popular opinions staking does not “SEAL” the gas key. Staking keeps the screws from backing out. Period.

 If you do not properly torque the screws you will be staking a screw that is loose or one that is over torqued and prone to breakage. We have seen plenty of staked screws that are loose or broken.

 The Mil Spec. also calls for the gas key bottom surface to be “SEALED" with Permatex gasket sealer. Something no one does to our knowledge. Here is our procedure for installing a gas key. First clean the oil from the gas key and the mating surface on the carrier. Then clean the oil from the screw threads. We use Acetone for this. Next use a very light coating of Permatex high strength thread locker gel on the bottom of the key. PN 27010. This is much easier to use than the Permatex gasket sealer. It comes in a plastic twist dispenser. Make sure you don't use so much that it squishes into the gas port hole. The cure rate is 60 minutes. Next coat the screw threads with the same gel. Install the key and torque the screws to 35 inch pounds.

 Should you decide to remove the key for some reason don't use the old screws when you put the key back on! You will most likely break them during installation or when you fire the rifle. Go to the local hardware store and buy new 10-32 x ¼"SHCS. If you feel the need to stake the screws spend the money and get one of the staking tools from Brownell that uses a screw type system to swedge the material into the top of the screw. Don't use a hammer and a punch! You can stretch the thread on the screw and now you have a loose screw that will eventually break if the gun even fires.





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