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Posted: 9/21/2004 8:41:59 PM EST
Ok so I talked to this guy that makes fake suppressors for ar-15's they are about 6" long and machined from solid aluminum. I talked to him about building some for the AMD and AK rfles and I think we have a deal worked out. These are gonna look pretty bad @ss on those short AMD barrels and a hell of alot better than the barrel extensions and breaks. Anyways I told him I would buy 10-15 and he sounds like hes gonna do it but needs some time to think about it and wants to see my barrel before commiting. So the question I have is if I had some made who would buy one we havent talked the price over but possibly $55 shipped but hopefully less. Heres a link of what they will look like Fake Suppressor
Link Posted: 9/25/2004 6:28:22 AM EST
They would have to be permently attached to the AMD otherwise to short to be legalrifle.How are you going to weld or bind pin aluminum to steel and make it good enough to pass ATFs muster?Perhaps a short steel extention inside the aluminum shroud.
Link Posted: 9/25/2004 9:45:13 AM EST
Im thinking that if you drilled a hole or drimeled a grove in the fake can you could use a credit card or something to keep the spring loaded pin that locks the muzzle break on pressed all the way in and then when you have the can screwed pretty much all the way on you could removed the credit card and the pin would lock into the drilled hole. I hope that makes since. I dont know for sure the legal requirements but with the can screwed all the way on and the pin locked in there without any way of getting to it, it seems to me that it would be considered permanent.
Link Posted: 9/25/2004 11:26:24 AM EST
Uhhhh. no.

You must weld or blind pin the extension to the barrel.

Anything less might just get you a trip to Club Fed.

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