I wouldn't worry about cleaning to that extent. Get the suppressor and enjoy it!
If you intend to shoot large quantities, get a suppressor that...
I get it.
You already have the suppressor, so you have the NFA/stamp side of it covered already. It is a technical question, not a legal one....
I think that's not a very good adapter for the purpose of maintaining a suppressor's Z axis concentric to your bore. I suspect that adapter is...
What will you use to make the rim of the "case?"
Those "shotguns" were often made and used by criminal elements in South Africa in the 90s and weren't much good for anything other than close...
Under discussion here:
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Relle, how did you come by the gun? Maybe the previous owner has information on its history?
I think the US-made SilencerCo Salvo 12 came first, the A-TEC follows that design:
Silence Your Shotgun with the Salvo 12 Shotgun Suppressor –...
We get a range of "sound moderators" manufactured from different materials and from a wide range of countries (just not the USA sadly).
Definitely! Let's see:
1) Purchasing decisions are influenced by existing owners' feedback
2) New things I haven't even heard of...
I have 14 suppressors for .22LR ranging in price from £30 to £240 brand new. I also have a 12 gauge suppressor which was given to me by A-TEC and...
If that was mine I would start with Remoil and a toothbrush, then test it from there. If you can take the mag apart, cleaning will be easier.
I had elevated serum lead levels after shooting thousands of rounds of .22 suppressed indoors. The levels weren't high enough for medical...
Great info and photos, Driftwood, much appreciated!
Vektor CR 21:
Glad this is solved!
That ZEP CLR contains phosphoric acid. Not suitable for all metals, check with your suppressor manufacturer.
We can stop here.
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