Bought a rail but need a good gas block? Look no further! Weighing in at 1.5oz, this .750 gas block is fully adjustable via a screw in the front and lockable via a screw in the side. This block is attached to your barrel by compression which is attained by tightening the three screws on the bottom. It is suggested that a REMOVABLE thread locker of your choice be used on the screws.
Each gas block comes with a roll pin so there is no need to hunt one down at your local store!
Quick Spec Sheet
-for .750 barrel size
-Attachment requires ONLY HAND TIGHTENING
ALLEN KEYS NEEDED FOR THIS BLOCK:
Adjustment screw = 5/64"
Side locking screw = .05"
Attachment screws= 3/32"
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Posted by GreyDog on 18th Sep 2018
Great construction, finish on the front and back could be a little better, but feels solid. Haven't finished the build, so I can't give any feedback as to performance.
Posted by Nick on 31st Aug 2018
This gas block doesn't look pretty up close. the finish is pretty sub-par, and I say this after receiving TWO of them. The first one I got in the mail came with a damaged gas tube and I had to return it. Some of the black was flaking off the first one and the second one had some spotty areas where the steel was exposed. However, I don't really care much about the looks since it's mostly obscured by my handguard. After some shooting, I can say that it works as intended and adjusting the gas is easy. Worth it if you want a cheap adjustable gas block that you can hide under some prettier looking furniture.
Posted by Gerald on 26th Aug 2018
Excellent quality. Perfect fit function .
Posted by Cody on 26th Aug 2018
I paid the $4 for the tube install, because I’ve had enough gas block roll pins in my life. Easily lined up and clamped the block. At the range, I opened it all the way and the bolt locked back on after firing one round from the mag. Closed it back all the way, and worked my way back open in three rounds it locked, then tried more rounds ad all was good. I tightened the locking hex bolt, and continued about my day with no issues.
Extremely good value, and thanks r/ar15
Posted by Alex on 23rd Aug 2018
I have a few of Wojtek's adjustable gas blocks currently. There is nothing exciting about these gas blocks, they have no frills like detent adjustments that click in every position and for $35 i don't expect that but they work and they work well. These gas blocks get the job done, period. I do hope Wojtek comes out with a detent gas block similar to the SLR one but until they do I will happily buy their regular adjustable gas blocks. Trust me you don't need a $100+ gas block when you can buy one from Wojtek. Stop sitting on the fence and just buy one. I promise you'll love it and if you don't, what's wrong with you?
Posted by Nick on 13th Aug 2018
It works fantastically well, really helped tame my Grendel down and beat brass up less. Finish was bang on. Only minor complaint is some carbon leakage around the tuning screw, but that is truly minor. Worth the money.
Posted by Unknown on 12th Aug 2018
You get what you pay for. Functions well but there are cosmetic blemishes, I was offered a replacement but my handguard covers it. I wouldn't use it if it was exposed. I don't know if rust will be a problem because of the blemishes as well and because of this I would not use this on a SHTF AR.
Posted by Weaver on 30th Jul 2018
Streamlined design, light, nice finish, went on easily... installing it was pretty simple. I was especially pleased to find I can easily adjust it and lock the set screw with the handguard installed, so my rifle is fully assembled while I'm dialing it in.
Posted by Unknown on 23rd Jul 2018
The price is good and the quality is top-notch. Was having feeding issues and this gas block helped resolve them.
Posted by Mac on 21st Jul 2018
I've purchased two adjustable gas blocks from Wojtek Weaponry now. I'm extremely happy with both. They work great and they're cheaper than any competitor's product, but you'd never know it based on how high quality they are. I keep finding excuses to buy more!
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