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New .22 can came in!

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by pdsmith505, Jul 8, 2017.

  1. pdsmith505

    pdsmith505 Member

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    Some assembly required. :rofl:

    I haven't decided to go with cones or omegas yet though.
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  2. PegLegPeat

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    Pics of the build process?
     
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    That's awesome. I would check with an admin before posting about the build process, even though it is perfectly legal they are from the older crowd and usually put the kybosh on those kind of posts. I am also curious too though, I bought my first two suppressors, one from AAC and one from Silencerco, I think my next one will be a form 1.
     
  4. pdsmith505

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    I have to wait until I go to NM for this year's elk hunt and I have access to a machine shop. Should get it done the end of august.

    Overall plan is to bore out the outer tube from .870 to .875 so I can use the smaller tube as spacers that will fit onto the baffles so it's easy to clean. The inner tube will be bored out as well for weight savings, and I will probably turn the outer tube down between the threaded portions for the same reason.

    Threading 24 tpi, direct thread the end cap.

    Everything is stainless... 316 tubes and 17-4 for the baffles. Plan for it to be good for use on everything all the way up to 5.7.
     
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