GUN Suppressor Porn!

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  1. USMCsilver

    USMCsilver Active Member

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    Just got my .45 can today. This thing is awesome! It's on a HK USP Tactical .45; I also got my Beretta 96 .40 threaded and had a seperate adapter made so that I can use it on it as well.

    Here's two pics on the HK:

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    Here's my other "squirrel exterminator"; it's a Ruger 77/22 w/ a .22 suppressor on it. Super accurate! I've also got my 10/22 and my wife's pink/stainless 10/22 chopped and threaded to accept the .22 suppressor.

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    SnakeEater OT Supporter

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    you bastards and your free states.
    fukk MI needs to let us have them
     
  3. USMCsilver

    USMCsilver Active Member

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    As much as no one would ever believe it, a shooter would never know it was on the end of the gun if they couldn't see it.

    For some reason beyond belief, the balance is simply AMAZING!
     
  4. Formula-95

    Formula-95 2:32 PM 5-13-09 Never Forget, Hamburglar OT Supporter

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    so it's a suppressor, not a silencer right?
     
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    Hot.

    I seriously think that a .223 suppressor will be one of my purchases this year.
     
  6. USMCsilver

    USMCsilver Active Member

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    Thought about it, but I've never been too impressed by the degree of suppression on a .223 due to the "supersonicness" of the round. Kinda pointless to not have the "big bang" but still have the sonic crack, ya know?
     
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    Thunderbear Yggdrasil's Forester.

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    Semantics.

    This is not Sterling, there's only pictures of one HK.
     
  8. USMCsilver

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    LOL -- semantics... I'd say "suppressor" is actually more accurate due to the fact that a round is never "silenced" -- unless it is a subsonic .22 fired out of a bolt gun. Can't get much more quiet.

    LOL about the "one" HK. I actually ditched my MK23 a little over a year ago. At most, I consider it a novelty pistol. Big and clunky better describes, it, but now you're back to "semantics". My only other HK handgun is a USP 9mm. Not gonna thread it unless I go for a 9mm can, which I doubt I will.

    I somewhat have a drive for a .223 can since I can use it on any of my 2.5 AR's and my HK93, but again, I just can't justify it...
     
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    Thunderbear Yggdrasil's Forester.

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    No argument there, but the wording of law is 'silencers' ... so :dunno:


    This Sterling has lost the unbelievable hardon for HK? I fain believe it... :squint:
     
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    1BadZ Uber :Aug2000: GM Nazi

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    What he said.

    On topic, nice stuff.
     
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    USMCsilver Active Member

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    Multiple calibers are not needed. A suppressor can legally be used by the owner on multiple weapons of different caliber. I guess a dumbass would only try to fit something larger on there. Would that be illegal? Dunno...

    As far as the adapter goes, there's a sleeve inside the booster that can be removed. It's a large piece of stainless steel that the booster actually "rides" on. The adapter is simply a different sleeve that has to be put into the booster. Of course, the outer diameter is the same, but the internal diameter allowes use on the .40 Beretta. See, in the picture, the grey part that's on the threads -- that's the "sleeve" I'm able to change out.
     
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    USMCsilver Active Member

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    A local guy made it -- Innovative Arms. Sweet design that neither he, nor I, have seen offered by the competition. The booster design is awesome! He also builds his own "toys", i.e. machine guns. He's done some interesting stuff.

    I'm more than pleased w/ the .22 can he built. Seems better than many of the other, more pricey .22 suppressors. I would like the opportunity to shoot the .45 beside a Gemtech or AAC and hear the difference.
     
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    spankaveli OT Supporter

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    Yeah I'm about 105% sure you can use the can on whatever you want. The can is what's transferrable and stamped, not the firearm that it's on.
     
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    :cool:

    I was going to ask that.
     
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    The can may be moved from host gun to host gun with no legal issues whatsoever.
     
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    Really, just stop posting.

    So by your logic, a ciener kit in an MG wouldn't be okay, unless the form4 already states it's .22lr? :hsugh:
     
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    That doesn't say anything about changing the caliber of the gun itself though, does it?

    He's not changing the caliber of the supressor itself, just using it on a gun of a different caliber. The fuck is so hard to understand here?

    Plenty of people use a .223 can on their .22's :dunno:
     
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    You forgot to read the first part:

    If alterations to a silencer would increase the overall length or change the diameter or caliber of a silencer, this is the making of a new silencer, as opposed to a repair. The new silencer must be registered and transferred in accordance with the NFA and the GCA. Alterations to a registered silencer that result in a minimal reduction in the overall length for purposes of rethreading are permissible as repairs.
     
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    Its says you're retarded, retard.

    Shooting .40 through a .45 can doesn't change the caliber of the can. Comprehension > you.

    How the FUCK are you altering it by shooting a smaller caliber through it?
     
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    Okay.

    he changed the booster. So, if I have more than one booster, I have more than one suppressor?

    Care to explain the SWR Spectre? it shoots .22lr, .17, and 5.7.

    And for the rest of this post, I'll be posting in gigantic font. You seem to have a hard on for this, so I'll let you go and worry about it on your own.
     
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    :mamoru:
     
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    You are wrong. You need to carefully reread the link to the ATF page. I will summarize for you.

    - Shooting a smaller round through a larger suppressor is OK. You didn't change anything on the suppressor.

    - Changing the booster to a diffrent caliber is viewed by the ATF as creating a new silencer.
     
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    I just buy silencers for every caliber gun I have.

    Get with the fucking program cheap fucks.
     
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    Changing the booster is still not changing the baffles. You can change the booster all you want, you're not going to be able to shoot anything bigger than the ID of the baffles.
     
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    That still doesn't change the fact that boosters aren't the regulated part of a suppressor. That's like saying you can't change the QD flash hider mounts because one has a smaller or larger ID.
     

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