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I have had the idea of jailbreaking my AAC Evo for some time, but I wanted to wait until I had my second 9mm can in hand. Now that I have my Omega-9K, I have started doing the research again. I came across this website: http://www.stalkingrhino.com/jailbreaking

Anyone think its worth it to go through the time and expense? Anybody used this company?
 
Posts: 3424 | Registered: October 28, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I thought they stopped jailbreaking used cans?

I used them before to fix an unfinished suppressor from the Shadow Ops debacle.

okay, never mind, that's just on 22s. Maybe one day I will have them do my Tundra.

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If you’re not shooting lead is there really a reason to open up a pistol can? I’ll have to weigh my EVOs and see if there’s any appreciable increase after thousands of fmjs



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Originally posted by ceptor781:
If you’re not shooting lead is there really a reason to open up a pistol can? I’ll have to weigh my EVOs and see if there’s any appreciable increase after thousands of fmjs


I cant say one way or the other, which is why I'm asking if its worth it. I have 4 cans, and only 1 is user serviceable (my Spectre II). The other three (M4 2000, Evo-9 and Omega 9K) are all sealed. But user serviceable cans seem to be the norm these days.
 
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If you really wanted to. Couldn't any good SOT re-core it?

There is a guy over on the Form 1 Suppressor forum that re-cores tons of cans. I worked with him on one of mine. He does good work. He goes by "rusty" on the forum.




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