Evo Cleaning and Assembly

Evo Cleaning & Assembly - Wildcat Evolution Moderator



To allow any condensation to dry, it is recommended to remove the Moderator after each use and spray a small amount of light gun oil onto the moderator. Also apply a light grease to the thread on the moderator and barrel to prevent corrosion and for ease of re-fitting the Moderator.

When stripping down the moderator for cleaning, soak the diffuser in neat washing up liquid and leave it for 10 minutes, then scrub with a brush and rinse in hot soapy water along with the black outer baffle and the rest of the parts, dry them thoroughly and wipe over with an oily rag. When reassembling it is a good idea to put a SMALL amount of grease such as Ceramic Paste onto the threads.

If using a Sonic Bath to clean your Moderators, please DO NOT use caustic solutions as these could damage the coatings, especially on the outer tubes, use a simple solution of washing up liquid, this is more than sufficient.

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If your gun is already screw cut for a moderator, simply screw on carefully to avoid cross threading the moderator, screw the moderator in reverse for 1/2 turn is the best way to get it started.

Be especially careful with the Cub, it is manufactured from a very tough plastic, but it can still get cross threaded, and this could have dangerous consequences.

Predator 8 & 12 Wildcat Evolution and Panther - Initial Fitting
Must be carried out by a competent gunsmith - even if the rifle barrel is already screw-cut for a Moderator.

If your gun is already screw-cut for a moderator:

The Predator moderators extend back from the muzzle and there is a rear bush that needs to be modified to suit your barrels outer diameter.

If you know the outer diameter we can machine the bush for you before shipping, otherwise any competent lathe operator or gunsmith can machine the bush to your barrel dimensions.

If your gun is not screw-cut:

A thread will need to be cut on the muzzle with a lathe; this is something we can do for you, or by any competent gunsmith.

Wildcat Evolution Assembly

Warning! Do not over tighten, hand tight is perfect! Make sure you check ALL THREADS during Shooting and nip up when necessary. It’s a good idea to split the Outer Baffle from the Bridge section after shooting to let any condensation dry.

The Evo comes in 6 parts, from left to right in the photo below.

Outer Baffle: Internal Diffuser: Bridge Thread: Outer Tube: Inner Tube: Back Bush

Evo Cleaning

1: Grease your threads (Moly Grease/Ceramic Paste is the best)
2: Place the internal coloured diffuser into the outer baffle, don’t worry that it doesn’t sit flush at the muzzle end.
3: Screw the bridge thread on to the outer baffle, this will seat the diffuser and lock it in to place.
4: Place on the outer tube, lining up the notch with the locking screw on the bridge thread.
5: Place the inner tube inside the outer tube and screw on to the bridge thread until the gap is closed between the end nut and the outer tube.
6: The back bush then screws into the end of the inner tube.

Please note

The thread on the rifle and the thread in the Predator and Evolution bridge must match. It is advisable to use only as much force as can be applied with the fingers of one hand. Do not over-ighten. Over-tightening may result in loss of accuracy