New Updates to the RIFLESPEED Gas Control System

Luke C.
by Luke C.

Luke C ( @BallisticAviation) is back at GunCon 2024 talking with the inventor of the RIFLESPEED Gas Control System - Mr. Kyle Lynch. Today Kyle tells the story of the impetus for the creation of the Riflespeed Gas system, reveals a new gas block journal diameter for larger rifle systems and their barrels, and also teases at some new products coming from Riflespeed just around the corner.

GunCon 2024 was hosted by  @TheGunCollective  at the  @brownells  Headquarters in beautiful Grinnell, Iowa.

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Luke C.
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  • Lowell Houser Lowell Houser on Jul 07, 2024

    Have one of these on a 12.5 patrol length with Aero 10.3 handguard, I believe the R21*. The next size up is too long, and I know this because I ordered that one first because I just guessed on the measurements of the parts involved. It barely fits inside my Aero Atlas R-One handguard to the point that it makes the first MLOK slots unusable. It does not actually contact the handguard, but it doesn't leave enough room for any kind of t-nut.

    It was stupid easy to install and use. Use the screws to mount the gas block, torque them down, then grab a cobalt drill bit and drill and pin the gas block with provided pin. When you are ready to fire, start at setting five or so and then go up a click or two until the gun cycles with proper ejection. You'll probably end up around 8 or 9. I did, and all the reviews I saw mentioned that as well.

    I have a 16in mid length that's getting the spare installed on it because it fits on that no problem and I like to be able to run a can on both of them. I have a 6.5cm build planned and I'll put one on that, too.

    *Nope, the RS7521.