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need help on YHM suprpressor

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by Ride Da Fire, Jul 24, 2009.

  1. Ride Da Fire

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    So I guess that was normal. I'm going to heat it up tomorrow and try to take it apart. I can't shoot anything right now, my wrist is broken. I hope I don't mess up the finish.
     
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    Next time try a wrap or two of Teflon tape. How did you mess up your hand?
     
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    If you can't get it apart bring it by our shop in Moore and we will fix it for you.
     
  4. Ride Da Fire

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    I didnt know my foot got stuck in the between the A/C ducts and the stand, after helping a buddy out of the plane and took a step and fell over and landed on my left wrist. Now everytime I move my wrist I feel like something is stuck between the join.

    I planned to stop by your shop tomorrow to pick up the part but i forgot I have to go take some special x-ray for my wrist at 3:30 tomorrow. I will be there at your shop on tuesday to pick it up.

    Thanks
     
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    update? did heat do the trick?
     
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    It is because of the reason's listed above that I went with a Surefire can.
     
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    I wrapped it in tin foil paper and baked it for 5 mins at 350 degrees and I had a little tough time to get it to turn but I had it out.

    Thanks all for your help. NO more red loctite
     
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    some good lessons learned there...thanks!!
     
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    I didnt know civillian can legally own a SF can. I could be wrong but I've heard somewhere before that SF only sale to LE agencies. I bet they're high dollar stuffs.
     
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    I wasn't aware SF was making pistol cans either.
     

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