Installs behind front sight between your inner barrel and outer shroud giving you more surface area to stabilize the barrel.
Made from Dupont Delrin for life long durability.
Can also be used to replace your front sight when adding a universal .625" ID muzzle Brake.
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Codger 77 wrote: "I had the same problem with fliers all summer, but recently bought and installed one of Joe's stabilizers. Where my best at 10 yards could not be covered with a silver dollar plus at least two fliers before, now the entire twelve shots can be hidden under (a real, out of the pocket) nickle. It works for me"
Get a helper to hold your air rifle.
Grab a brand new pencil or a wooden dowel about the same size of a pencil.
Place the blunt end of the dowel against the back of the sight and gently tap the dowel a few times with a hammer and the sight will come right out.
Once you have the sight off the gun, installation is a snap.
Place the stabilizer with the tapered side in towards the barrel. Gently tap into the shroud about a 1/4".
Reach in the sight grove with a tooth pick and align the barrel in to the center of the stabilizer and again tap the stabilizer over the barrel.
Now that it is started... Place a small block of wood over the stabilizer to protect the edges and tap the rest of the way in.
Stop as it becomes flush with the tip of the barrel shroud if you are installing a muzzle brake.
If you are going to use your original sights... place the sight on top of the stabilizer and gently tap it back into place.
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