AAC M4-2000 on a GSG-5 PK?
I saw an archived thread here of a member using an AAC M4-2000 designed for 5.56 on his GSG-5 PK.
My question is, how safe is it to shoot .22 LR through a can that was not designed for it? How effective will it be compared to one meant for .22? I have not been able to find any info anywhere else besides that thread. But if this is possible, purchasing one suppressor for both AR and GSG sounds very cost effective to me.
It works, but it can't easily be cleaned when it fills with the junk that rimfires put out.
Personally, I wouldn't do it. The AAC cannot be taken apart for cleaning. You cant even get into the expansion chamber, the can is completely welded up. And the .22 is SUPER dirty. I take my SWR Spectre completely apart after every range trip (~500 rds), and it is pretty dirty.
Besides, the M4-2000 is a serious chunk of steel to hang off a pistol weight gun. Weighs over a pound.
Thanks for the info guys. I will stay away from this setup then.
So you are aware, ATI has actually produced our own 1/2 x 28 threaded .22LR suppressors. Our wholesale distributor AmChar bought our first shipment, as the handle NFA items, not all distributors do. They are item number ATIC3D22. They have a suggested retail price of $227.00. If you are a delaer who can sell suppressors, give AmChar a call. If you a re a consumer interested, give your dealer a call and tell him about AmChar. Hopefully soon some of our other distributors will pick them up as well. I'll have marketing dig me up a picture.
Originally Posted By JohnStoner:
Its gonna be a few days for pics, Brent from marketing who hangs out with me on here is at a trade show till the middle of the week.
O.K. So........ Where are the pics. !
Does the current ATI suppressor adapter in your pictures only work with the new model GSG-5P? I bought the adapter and it won't fully sit on my 2nd gen GSG-5P since the barrel sticks out too much.