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Cheap suppressor.

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by NightShade, Jan 23, 2017.

  1. mr ed

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    Its fine on a 22 lr or subsonic 300blk or pistol cartridge. Just not 223 or 308 full power loads. If they just pressed in a stainless or inconel liner in the first piece it would make a huge difference. At least they put in a stainless thread liner so hopefully it doesn't blow off the end of the gun.
     
  2. NightShade

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    From what I understand they do have a stainless baffle upgrade and the 22 suppressor is only rated for .22lr not .223 though I am sure the 30 cal rated one would take .223 just fine if it will take 300BLK. And there are a ton of .22lr suppressors out there that you wouldn't want to put on a 223 unless you want to see a wad of cash blow downrange.
     
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    Aluminum will get cut by the hot gases. That is why some aluminum frame revolvers have a small steel shield at the barrel/ cylinder gap.
     
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    So all aluminium gas blocks are crap, best go tell the companies out there that use it they need to recall.

    Will aluminium last as long as steel no. This is also a cheap can especially compared to the ones that average three times the price and if anyone else wants to complain about aluminium you are beating a dead horse.
     

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