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Tph, suppressed?

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by adolphuscusins, Dec 30, 2005.

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  1. adolphuscusins

    adolphuscusins Member

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    I've seen pictures of them around, but how do you make it happen? Do you buy an extended, threaded barrel, or do you need to have someone counterbore the original barrel? Any help would be nice.
     
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    Umm..perhaps if you can tell me what the Tph is, I can be of more help. Is that the new steyr pistol? Most pistols use extended, threaded bbls.
     
  3. BillinNH

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    I assume the reference is to the Walther TPH, a well known pocket pistol in .22 and .25 caliber. It is frequently suppressed. Check with the people who make the Outback suppressor. In Arizona, IIRC. Try Google.

    Bill
     
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    Gem-tech iirc, makes the outback.
    http://www.gem-tech.com/
    Whatever gun you have, cantact any reputable supressor manufacturer and they should be able to interface your gun with one of their cans. I list Gemtech because I've been satisfied doing business with them. Their are many other reputable guys out there.
     
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