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Suppressed AK?

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by Tim Pierce, Apr 16, 2010.

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  1. Tim Pierce

    Tim Pierce Member

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    I have an M92 Yugo Krink SBR. I would like to suppress it. Does anyone make an adapter for the barrel threads that will work with a suppressor?
     
  2. DoubleTapDrew

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    These guys can make an adapter for just about anything. Nice folks to deal with as well.
    http://www.trosusa.com/
     
  3. CleverNickname

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    Yes, Gemtech at least makes a 14x1 LH threaded adapter for use with their .308 HVT. I tried it on my AK and was underwhelmed. I'll sell you the adapter for cheap if you're interested. :)
     
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    yhm combos thats where its at.
     
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    Just be careful to make sure your threading is concentric to the bore. AK barrels aren't known for being straight as possible. Otherwise, baffle strikes are a huge possibility. There's a case on Silencertalk where an AK basically detonated the core of someone's suppressor.
     
  6. Ranb

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    I made a silencer for my WASR. I was underwhelmed also. I made mine a two point mounted can because I was not able to make the muzzle threads straight enough. I get los of noise from the gas vent near the front sight and the trigger slaps back a bit painfully. I get poor accuracy and proper feeding (the nose jams in the receiver when cycled manually) with my 220 grain subsonic loads

    I have read of others that are happy with their suppressed AK's, but I am not one of them. But it only put me out the $200 a plus the scrap metal left over from other projects.

    Ranb
     
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