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Thread: Shooting .22LR through a 30 Cal can: Yay or Nay?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonestardiver View Post
    You can form1 one in less than 30 days. Pretty simple to build for rimfire.
    True, but once you are into the kit like a JK Armament one you’re double the cost of a .22 can + stamp. Is there another kit? I never really looked for .22 kits.
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    Only one? Number 7 just went in jail a month or so ago.

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    https://www.quietbore.com/product-category/form-1-kits/

    It’s not so much about the cost as it is the ability to have your can in hand in quickly. For a 22lr can, I wouldn’t think twice about going the form-1 route.
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    Quote Originally Posted by r-r View Post
    If it’s safe to ‘dip’ the can, who cares?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aries144 View Post
    I did it with a sealed 5.56 can and found that bits of the lead that coated the inside of the can broke off and became projectiles, when shooting 5.56, that put pits and dings in the baffles and end cap.

    I say don't do it unless it's some kind of emergency.
    Because of this.
    And the dip is not something I want to deal with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshNC View Post
    https://www.quietbore.com/product-category/form-1-kits/

    It’s not so much about the cost as it is the ability to have your can in hand in quickly. For a 22lr can, I wouldn’t think twice about going the form-1 route.
    Coincidently I found them this weekend. Seems like they wont ship until you have a Form1 approved which is rather annoying. Im thinking of getting a .22 and 9mm kit from them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex V View Post
    Coincidently I found them this weekend. Seems like they wont ship until you have a Form1 approved which is rather annoying. Im thinking of getting a .22 and 9mm kit from them.
    It’s what the came up with to avoid getting ATF’s d1ck broken off in their @$$.
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