Some parts of a moderator need to be both flexible and strong, whereas other parts need to be more rigid, smooth and durable when threaded onto a muzzle, etc. Other parts need to be capable of taking immense pressure and heat without cracking or burning out.
All grades need to withstand constant extremes of temprature, repeated pounding and chemical attack from the burning of modern powders.
By choosing these different grades for each part of the moderator, we have optimised its lifespan to make it as durable and as well made as any high quality rifle scope, and it is likely that your Lawrence Precision moderator will outlast several rifles.
Titanium is 40% lighter, stronger and much tougher than steel or stainless steel , whilst being nearer to aluminium in weight and density, without the weakness or gas cutting of Aluminium.
Each moderator we manufacture, is made using high quality threads on all threaded components, which are cut to close tolerances.
Time and time again we have feedback complimenting the quality, finish, performance and lack of weight with our products.
Hello Simon, I have rebuilt the rifle and zeroed to an inch high at 100.
As far as my new NEXUS is concerned, I am very impressed with the build quality and performance. My .243 now sounds like an underpowered .222 with a northstar on it. The muzzle flip has almost disappeared and the felt recoil is dramatically reduced. Taking into consideration the life expectancy of Titanium and the fact that it is maintenance free, I can now justify the extra cost involved.
Please find attached some pictures as promised and thank you for a first class job and delivered back in record time. (If you would like a proper picture for the website, let me know and I will be glad to oblige).