As long as your front sight is attached with the factory standard roll pin the Mo-Reaper does not require any drilling. It uses the roll pin and two set screws. I believe there are other brakes that use the same arrangement.Does that mean you cut down your barrel? I just ordered an 11(79) degree crowning tool from Midway. I would suggest that you do that. All the slip on brakes that I have seen require a pilot hole drilled for the roll pin.
Did the stainless come in the wood stock? I didn't think w/ the new SS Minis, that wood was an option. It looks great.So I just converted my ranch to a tactical.
Looking to dress up the muzzle with a flash suppressor. I'm trying to find one that is short, lightweight, and doesn't require modification to the barrel such as drilling new holes. Does such a thing exist?
They must have discontinued that option when the 581 series was released, because they no longer show it on the Ruger website. The tactical stock is cool, but for me, there's just something about a wooden stock.This is a 580 series so it's a few years old, but that was the way it came.