I've got a 460V that I've owned for several years now. I love the thing, but there's a small gripe I'd like to address. Those of you who are familiar with these guns know they come with two different flash suppressors; one for cast bullets, and the other for jacketed. I typically will shoot both on any given trip to the range, and I dislike the thought that I need to switch based on what bullet type I'm using. (I never do switch anyway - as I prefer the longer one which is much quieter.) The small screw that holds the suppressor in place on my gun no longer keeps it tight, and I am thinking about getting a custom job done to eliminate it.
My first idea: Have the suppressor housing cut off, barrel re-crowned and magna-ported.
Second idea: Have a new 6" barrel installed, also with magna - porting.
Which option would ya'll recommend, and why? Also - is there a gunsmith in AK that would be recommended for this type of job?