To understand why the same hanger number may not give the same point of impact result in every barrel type you first need to know how the hanger works. K-80 barrels are separate along their length and the hanger determines the distance apart at the muzzle. Fitting a large hanger pushes the two barrels away […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
There are nine front hanger sizes for the K-80 that allow fine tuning of the point of impact of the bottom barrel. The top barrel is braced by the rib so only the bottom barrel will move. A larger hanger size pushes it down, away from the top barrel and a smaller size allows it […]Continue Reading... No Comments.