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HELP.....really

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by Mike Sr., Apr 2, 2013.

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  1. Mike Sr.

    Mike Sr. Member

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    I've called Savage arms and the info I get is somewhat WORTHLESS....grrrrrrrrr


    I have a Savage Striker, stainless, 308, Repeater pistol.....

    It has a muzzle brake on the end...I have successfully removed the brake.

    At first I was told the thread were 5/8's x 24 perfect for my Suppressor.

    I tried my Suppressor...the Suppressor threading was too wide..the threaded muzzle slid in and out ....

    Then I thought my Outback 2 Suppressor 1/2x24 might work....the Suppressor female port was too small. Threaded muzzle would not fit....

    I called GEmtec ..... no clue

    CAN ANY ONE HELP...I need to get an adaptor.....:(:(:(
     
  2. SilentScream

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    Might be 9/16-24, or possibly might even be metric 15x1
     
  3. Kp321

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    See if you can borrow a micrometer or caliper and a thread gauge from a machinist. Can't make an adapter without knowing a starting place. Need to know the outside diameter and how many threads per inch on the Savage. I presume your suppressors are 1/2-28 and 5/8-24.
     
  4. Mike Sr.

    Mike Sr. Member

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    KP: ....your presume is correct
     
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