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Please reccomend me a .22lr can

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by Nightops, Jul 1, 2010.

  1. Glocktogo

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    Most all current production .22 lr cans have a stainless steel thread insert. Some like the early Gemtech Outback had aluminum threads, but you want SS for longevity and durability. The Sparrow has SS threads.
     
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    The "thread insert" on the Sparrow is 303 stainelss steel (not aluminum) - VERY durable.

    Oh, and you do know where you can get one at a ROCKIN' price, right?! :D
     
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    Polite Society? :P :bighug:

    I know they gave up their SOT.
     
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    What are your weekend hours? I will need to establish a trust as the owner, and this will be just the first of my tax stamp toys.
     
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    Where??????????
     
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    Why not?
     
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    Peracetic acid destroys aluminum.

    This is less of an issue with a take apart can, but if you shoot it too much without cleaning you won't be able to get it apart very easily. The sparrow is probably the best can to prevent this as well. But some people still like to clean the internals with the dip because it is easy. Only bad thing is disposal of the lead acetate that is a byproduct. Most probably don't do this properly.
     
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    Lead ass tators? So is that the left over kroil? What am I supposed to do with it? Ive been pouring it down the storm drain. Wrong?
     
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    Is there anything you don't know about silencers?

    If I have any more questions about em, I'm finding you.
     
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    Thats more metals and corrosive materials... Hes an engineer, hes supposed to know that stuff.
     

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