Ecco Machine units in wait mode

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  1. Gordon
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    I decided to use ECCO Machine (our own Mach IVshooter) for a family suppressor battery and he has made me these fine units. I decided , because of my age , to have my son License them rather than me or a Trust . He is 46 and a PHD and very much a gun person with a good shop and very fortified storage and he also has an Oregon Concealed carry and knows the local sheriff . I will get to use them under his supervision which is ok with me, I am a realist. This is not my first suppressor rodeo and I own a SilencerCo Hybrid 46 which I bought when they first came out and wanted the mythical "do all" suppressor and is OK but the adapters floored me so it remains on one 1911 style pistol and is too big a unit for any kind of normal carry; a toy and the .45acp is still pretty loud ! I also can screw it on a Remington .308 Police rifle where it seems to work well but weighs more than a pound and is pretty long .
    My son and I looked at our needs, and wants and the pictures of ECCO Machine quality of intricate workmanship floored us ! So we , under Mach IV suggestions ordered 4 suppressors . All the adapters and pistons for the various platforms are included. Basically we have a compact all stainless .22 RF (good for .17 and .22 mag) with a lot of baffles and serviceable , a very small, very efficient 9mm wipe type unit (with wipe punch) for smaller 9mm guns that actually could be carried, a heavy duty 9mm titanium serviceable unit which can be used on sub sonic .300 black out ect. or various pistols and carbines in 9mm or smaller. And al all welded Titanium unit with .30 bore for short barrel 5.56 up thru 6.5 Creedmore and .308 ect. , This battery should meet all his needs and I get to play with them also :) We are stoked and he is beginning the Journey to legal possession :)
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    Your picture is broken, but I can already easily say you made an awesome purchase. I own 5 ECCO Machine cans with another pending at the moment. My only regret is that I didn't buy my first 2 from him also.
     
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    The Canine wet wipe suppressor in action ! This will be used mostly on a Glock 19 with suppressor height sights for nigthtime pests around my sons ranch . it requires no piston booster and is only 3.5 .oz and short .!
     
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    You mean you can't see that big image of the four cans ?
     
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    is this work ?
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    That Canine is awesome with lithium grease. It's definitely only good for a magazine or two at maximum suppression, but the size and weight are worth it.
     
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    is my response to you picture coming thru ?

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    There they are! That's a long Ocelot!
     
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    It's not an Ocelot. It's an XRT kit that I completed and F2 registered.

    I was a ways out on having any Ocelots ready to go, and they're really good little kits for a really good price, so we built off of that for the rimfire critter. They're a little wider than Ocelot, but as you know, Canine is a short can, so that skews the perception. It's under 6"


    Hopefully we'll have some Ocelots on the shelf by mid September, but we're just so slammed with mount conversions and recores that I barely have time to make the production models. The CNC is running now, but it's been really busy with conversion pieces, baffles for recores and other mounts and adapters. We just released these boosters:

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    And they're going out as fast as I can make them, as are many other adapters.

    I do finally have a decent stock of parts for Accipiter/Aquilae and Valkyrie models, so those I can assemble to order pretty quickly, and I'm working on getting parts made in batches for all the others, but I'm still just one guy, so it takes time. The CNC is awesome, but it's a 26 year old machine with no sub spindle or Y axis, so there are still a lot of manual machine secondary ops, and I still thread tubes manually.

    We're knocking down 60-70 mount conversions and 30+ recores every month now, and there's still an 11 month backlog. I need more machines! lol. But they're expensive.

    At any rate, we'll be getting stock on each model as we can. Ocelots/Ocelot Micros and Phoeonix Ms will be next, followed by Five By Five, then Phoenix IX, Canines, Furtivus. A little further out will be Phantom 8s, Cheetahs and Caracals. There's also gonna be an Ocelot S, a 3/4" OD slimline for tube fed guns. But I haven't even prototyped that yet. Not enough hours in the day or days in the week. I'm still 12-13 hour days, 6 days per week.

    We did finally launch a website, though:

    www.ECCOMachine.net

    Cans are still by inquiry for now until I can get decent stock built up, but we have lots of stuff in the store.
     
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    @MachIVshooter, are you able to weld titanium yet. I still have an AAC MK13-SD that needs to be modified. You did a great job on the other three but I'd love to get this one upgraded. It's such a good suppressor, the mounting system notwithstanding.
     
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    I did recently build a shielding system, so yes

    I just did the first mk 13 conversion on Thursday.

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    Awesome! That looks incredible. I'll ship mine tomorrow if that's ok. Any chance of keeping it FDE or failing that, making it OD Green?

    I should add, the finish you put on the suppressors is vastly superior to the finish that AAC applies. Full-auto 5.56 doesn't even phase the finish, but if only it were non-stick for melted nylon! :D
     
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    Those are gorgeous. I kinda wanna buy one just to put under glass......
     
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    Indeed his machine work and design are works of Art IMHO . However form follows function. :)
     
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    I sent my MK13-SD off to ECCO MACHINE today and OD Green is an option. I'm really looking forward to getting it back and actually using it.

    Thanks very much @MachIVshooter for offering this service. It's a really big deal and makes the four AAC suppressors I have so much better.
     
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