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Marlin 1895 SBL - Threading....

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by Texasgrillchef, Feb 4, 2020.

  1. Texasgrillchef

    Texasgrillchef member

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    I have seen online multiple times of people using muzzle breaks and silencers with their Marlin 1895’s.

    I haven’t found much information if any, on what the threading was that they used, as well as what brand of muzzle breaks, and models of silencers they were using.

    I was thinking it would have to be 11/16”x24tpi. Considering the size of the .458 45-70 round.

    silencerco has two silencers that they show to use with 458 Socomm and they have a 11/16” x 24tpi threading.

    I haven’t seen any muzzle brakes for sale though.

    Any of you all out there have a marlin 1895sbl threaded and using a muzzle break and or silencer? If so what are you using and where did you get them?
     
  2. vtsteve

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    Silencerco make their .458 ASR brake in 5/8x24, 5/8x32, and 11/16x24, for use with the Hybrid. They can be a little hard to find sometimes.

    Griffin Armament recently announced their Bushwhacker 46, which is a similar product.

    There's also the Bowers Vers .458 but that's direct thread (interchangeable inserts)
     
  3. GarrettJ

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    I use a Bowers brake on my .458 Socom, along with a Bowers VERS-458 suppressor. Both use the same mount.

    I’ve got a T/C Contender in .45-70 that I keep thinking I should get threaded for the same.

    The brake probably doesn’t look like the gear all the cool kids are using, but it works.

    As noted, there are mounts in a number of appropriate thread pitches available.
     
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