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6" in length
Titanium tube & End-caps
6 Baffles in total:
1x Blast chamber baffle & spacer 17-4 Stainless Steel.
5x Baffles & Spacers titanium.

I anodized the end caps and tube. I couldn't get the tube color to match. So I just turned the voltage way up and nuked it this gunmetal almost gunmetal gray color. I like it! I know I could have bought one cheaper. But it was a fun project spread out over 9 months.

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Exit end:


Tube:



Muzzle side:
1/2 - 28 thread pitch.

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Nice! I almost thought of throwing a couple of F1 for suppressors in before the rule change, then build them out over time. Oh well, too late for that.




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Nice. I'm still waiting on four pre-change forms.




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nice machining

I own one suppressor now and hope to pick up more once the hearing protection act becomes law



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Nice, I have two approved Form 1s. One is built as a 30 cal rifle can, and the other I am currently working on to make as a .45 cal pistol can. I have been trying to finish buying parts, but its been tough finding components in stock over the last 1.5months.

Its funny, this is the 3rd place I have seen these pictures. I guess we are on some of the same forums.

Looks great. I like the more pronounced blue color of the endcap Cool
 
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Nice, I have two approved Form 1s. One is built as a 30 cal rifle can, and the other I am currently working on to make as a .45 cal pistol can. I have been trying to finish buying parts, but its been tough finding components in stock over the last 1.5months.

Its funny, this is the 3rd place I have seen these pictures. I guess we are on some of the same forums.

Looks great. I like the more pronounced blue color of the endcap Cool


HA! Not too many places dedicated for form 1 can info. So I try to share the love where I can. SigForum will always be my forever home though! Smile




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I thought it would be fun to build a wipe can, even got one of those surplus threaded Beretta 71 pistols. Of course the ATF had to pick now to be a jerk.
 
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Re-Anodized them with the help of someone that knows more than me. Check it out!

Baffle Color:


End cap:


All the gut:


Where I fried the tube when I did it with a high voltage. It was impossible to match. BUT.. I like it!





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I've done 3 form 1's for suppressors a 45, 9 and 223 that are approved but haven't built 2 of them yet, the one I did turned out kinda ugly but it works.

I'm hoping that if/when the HPA passes, that I can not only get my "tax credit" that there will be better looking parts available. JD Tactical had some nice titanium tubes and baffles but the BTAFE shut them down for selling "suppressor parts" ... even though the parts weren't drilled out and there are other companies doing the same type of parts.


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Originally posted by kimberkid:
I've done 3 form 1's for suppressors a 45, 9 and 223 that are approved but haven't built 2 of them yet, the one I did turned out kinda ugly but it works.

I'm hoping that if/when the HPA passes, that I can not only get my "tax credit" that there will be better looking parts available. JD Tactical had some nice titanium tubes and baffles but the BTAFE shut them down for selling "suppressor parts" ... even though the parts weren't drilled out and there are other companies doing the same type of parts.


I can't blame the ATF for shutting them down. SD Tactical is also a SOT that manufactures & recores suppressors. Their suppressor parts & monocores also happen to fit their "solvent trap" tubes.

Plus they had a video on their website showing how to form freeze plugs & turn their tubes into suppressors. Was hard to argue that they weren't suppressor parts.

Between these two guys. Their products are better than the SD Tac product anyway.

https://superprecisionconcepts.com/

http://diversifiedmachine.us/




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Between these two guys. Their products are better than the SD Tac product anyway.

https://superprecisionconcepts.com/

http://diversifiedmachine.us/

So did you make the parts for your suppressor or did you buy them from these guys?
BTW, thanks for the links!


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Originally posted by myrottiety:
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Between these two guys. Their products are better than the SD Tac product anyway.

https://superprecisionconcepts.com/

http://diversifiedmachine.us/

So did you make the parts for your suppressor or did you buy them from these guys?
BTW, thanks for the links!


I purchased the tube & caps. Then sourced some ti cups & spacer. Engraved, then drilled them to caliber after receiving form 1.

Like I said. I could probably buy a Form 4 can for same price or cheaper. But for material cost I put $285 into a %100 titanium 22LR can. I'm not sure many %100 Ti suppressors will get that cheap. Especially to be user serviceable.

PLUS the big part for me is it's like building a AR. (AR15 Layaway) I can throw money down for a stamp. Then procure parts over the wait. Assemble when stamp arrives. I generally don't have the fun money to throw down a huge lump $500-$1000 for a can plus $200 stamp all at once.




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Originally posted by kimberkid:
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Originally posted by myrottiety:
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Between these two guys. Their products are better than the SD Tac product anyway.

https://superprecisionconcepts.com/

http://diversifiedmachine.us/

So did you make the parts for your suppressor or did you buy them from these guys?
BTW, thanks for the links!


I purchased the tube & caps. Then sourced some ti cups & spacer. Engraved, then drilled them to caliber after receiving form 1.

Like I said. I could probably buy a Form 4 can for same price or cheaper. But for material cost I put $285 into a %100 titanium 22LR can. I'm not sure many %100 Ti suppressors will get that cheap. Especially to be user serviceable.

PLUS the big part for me is it's like building a AR. (AR15 Layaway) I can throw money down for a stamp. Then procure parts over the wait. Assemble when stamp arrives. I generally don't have the fun money to throw down a huge lump $500-$1000 for a can plus $200 stamp all at once.

That's what I've done too ... My third is a Ti tube and end caps I bought from SD Tactical, then I bought stainless "cups" ... It's registered for 223 but I have end caps cut in 1/2x28, 5/8x24 and 1-1/8x28 so I can use adapters from my SilencerCo ... If I'd been using my head I would have saved my money and only had the silencerco adapter; but I didn't have it cut until after I got my stamp as it was the solid end cap.



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... if you don't you'll find an excuse.

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Nice, I dig the blue.





 
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