Thanks for the great article on the "Accuwedge".
As you know, there are a few major differences between the TAC 15
and the TAC 15i.
Another one for the record is the fact that the TAC 15i is a proprietary AR-15 lower, which means that it uses the (6) hex screws, (3 on each side of the frame), to hold the upper and lower units together. This provides a much tighter connection and would eliminate the movement and play between the two sections that the "Accuwedge" is designed to fix.
I can't produce a good article on how best to silence down the TAC15
, due to the fact that I only own the 15i and therefore have solid working knowledge of all components on the 15i.
I'd image there are also many similarities that can be taken from one and applied to the other, but just like I expressed in the Timney trigger installation, there are definite differences in the two.
We need the expertise and input from some of the AR-15 TAC15 owners to fill in the missing gaps in this section.
I hope we've provided a good start.