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Thread: Bullets "tumbling" from suppressed barrel?

  1. #11
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    Sometimes being a beta tester is gonna hurt. Sorry to hear in this case it will.

  2. #12
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    You need to separate the silencer or at least the baffle stack from the barrel.
    If the barrel is crap, you might be abke to perm the silencer onto a new lower or a pistol.
    If the silencer is shot, post in the nfa forum and well see what can be done. Without details we cant help.

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    I received info on armorer willing to look at it. Will let you know.

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    That is frustrating... but unfortunately, I can't say that I'm surprised.

    There's a lot of very questionable legal issues with that company. Their "warranty" for 22LR cans was to send the dealer silencer parts and the dealer fixes the can.

    That upper was basically put on with loctite and that made it "permanent." Again, not how this whole NFA thing works.

    Then there was the thing where they sent us a bunch of those uppers with an invoice, and we never ordered any.

    Their 22 can was a GM-22 core. As in, pretty much identical. Oh, and 1/3rd of those we got in were threaded incorrectly and would have resulted in baffle strikes. Did I mention the core is put into their 22 cans in such a way that lead builds up in the actual threads and makes it nearly impossible to take apart?

    I personally wouldn't deal with them or whatever remnants of a company they have left. Take it to a good SOT and someone should be able to fix it.

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    By chance is this your gun? (music warning)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxOruu5fCM4

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    My suppressor not threaded to barrel .otherwise looks same

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    I found an armorer in Fla that examined unit. The suppressor is welded at end of barrel that may have distorted muzzle. The headspace on barrel is excessive. Probably .308 barrel(1/10 twist) cut down to 7.5 inch with incorrect chamber cut. Will rebarrel (1/7 twist)and blind-pin suppressor to barrel.

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