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Revolver w/threaded barrel

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by cpd499, Apr 19, 2010.

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  1. cpd499

    cpd499 Member

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    A friend owns a .22 revolver with internal threading in the outer barrel at the muzzle end - forward of the rifling, which is, of course, in the inner barrel. Could this possibly be for a suppressor? I was always given to understand that suppressors are ineffective on revolvers.
     
  2. Drako

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    Ok there is silenced revolvers out there. But to know if your friens is the cylinder has to seal when the hammer is dropped.Gas proofed Cylinder revolvers old model revolers like the nogant were built this way not a 100% sure if all were.

    hope this helps! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvF4yurWSc0
     
  3. PTK

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    Man, my videos get posted EVERYWHERE. :D

    Also, inner barrel/outer barrel... are you talking about a Dan Wesson revolver?
     
  4. LoneCoon

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    I have to agree, that sounds like a Dan Wesson. If it is, it's so that he can change the barrels out for longer or shorter ones.
     
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