|Old Air Cavalryman|
Not being very suppressor savvy and seeing these at the recent NRA show, I was curious what the suppressor crowd has to say about them so far.
"Also I heard the voice of the Lord saying who shall I send, and who will go for us? Then said I, here am I, send me."
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with the Weather.
It is still in the stock photos and look we touched it reviews portion of a new item.
It seems to be not heavy but not lightweight, not small but not huge, and I cannot find suppressed db numbers.
The way they make it is new and it takes 7 days with a super machine to make them. This may be the coolest thing ever, I am not seeing anything that gets me excited.
First can made by DD using new manufacturing techniques means I would wait and not be the first person to buy one.
But then of course I might be a 13 year old girl who reads alot of gun magazines, so feel free to disregard anything I post.
I wouldnt' be the first to try. Tons of proven designs out there.
But just because I've read a ton about baffle design over on some of the form 1 forums. I'd be curious as to what this baffle design looks like.
Train how you intend to Fight
Remember - Training is not sparring. Sparring is not fighting. Fighting is not combat.
What I found interesting was the locking collar was the serialized part. The tube and baffles are replaceable parts.
This is the way all new suppressors should be manufactured (and many are).
Ever since the Gem-Tax issue came up, baffle strikes have been killing both the suppressor and your tax stamp. This way, at least you don't have to register for another serial number.
I know, I was a victim of this issue. Because of the older design and serial number placement, AAC could not just fix the insides or do a re-weld job (baffle strike) and send it back. Now I have a tax stamp that goes to whooppee.
So suppressor manufacturers can't make a replacements with the same serial number like manufacturers of firearms receivers can?
If you really want something you'll find a way ...
... if you don't you'll find an excuse.
I'm really not a "kid" anymore ... but I haven't grown up yet either
Yup, they changed that a couple years back ! When you think about it, biggest pile of bullsh!t ever !!
Who changed that? The government or the coalition of suppressor manufacturers?
Beware the man who has one gun because he probably knows how to use it.
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