Thead pitch assitance with mounts

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October 21, 2020, 06:56 AM
Thead pitch assitance with mounts
Trying to connect an AAC 51T mount to an Energetic Arms Vox. The Vox has industry standard threads of 1.375 x 24 tip. I have an ASR Charlie mount which I think terminates in 1.375 x 32 tp. Need some guidance on how to proceed. Not familiar with MAAD thread pitch or H.A.T.E thread pitch. The manufacterers do not list thread pitch.
I have a Yankee Hill Phantom QD adaptor that is threaded 1.375 x 24 tp and accepts the Phantom QD mount, so I can convert the Vox to accept a YHM Phantom QD. It seems the new industry standard the 1.375 x 24 --Dead Air Key Mo, Q Plan B, and Sico Omega.
Need to confirm thread pitch of ASR Charlie mount--MAAD mount--H.A.T.E ring.

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October 21, 2020, 02:26 PM
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October 21, 2020, 05:16 PM
The issue is that SilencerCo has several mount standards that are not compatible, and their Omega 300 and Omega 36M don't use the same setup. The Charlie mounts, for which there is a 51T version, are for the Omega 36M/Saker, but I believe the Vox would take Bravo mounts for the Omega 300/Hybrid.

Go with the YHM mount, that should be fine.

YHM adapter states Vox compatibility
October 25, 2020, 10:10 AM
Thanks Rustpot--I have the YHM adapter which is threaded 1.375 x 32 tp and will mate the Vox to the YHM QD flash hider.
The HATE ring terminates in 1.375 x 32 which is the thread pitch of the ASR Charlie mount.

Now I need to find a thread conversion from 1.375x24 to 1.375x32 . I think this will work.....
This is the ASR MAAD mount thread pitch.

Next, I will be converting Liberty Mystic X-- 1.18x24 to 1.375x32. The HATE ring is not manufactered for 1.375x24(the industry standard now).

I also came across ECCO which does a lot of suppressor retooling.