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There ae. When I first tried to take the cap off mine I had to use a pair of huge pliers but If there is glue, which I am still not sure of, take a hair drier, put it on hot, and heat up he end cap for a few minutes. The threads should be reversed to righty loosey left tighty. I sanded the stock end cap so it is a looser fit now so I can just pull it off but it doesn't come off it it bumps into something.
 

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I sat my barrel in boiing water for about 5 minutes and it twisted off with ease..
Boiling water is probably an easier method than holding a hair drier that doesn't get as hot.
 

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Guess that one is different. I the OP is talking about my BAR-10 which i traded him, the cap wasn't threaded. It has mounds along the outside to grab all the threads and not spin, but it's not threaded. It's was glued, but I was able to get it off with just my hands.
 

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My cap also has those mounds that just grip the threads. You still have to twist it to get it off but it doesn't follow the path of the threads. I think he was talking about the threads on the barrel because he mentioned an adapter.
 
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