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Posted: 9/3/2015 10:04:21 AM EST
I'm looking to make my first suppressor and was wondering if anybody has used these or has an opinion of them. This will be used in a Ti tube from sd tactical and will be primarily on a 300 blk, but I haven't settled on a barrel length.


Pre formed baffles
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 10:27:19 AM EST
Subs only I hope. I've witnessed a Aluminum end cap blow off a 300blk on a full power round. I think your baffle life may suffer even on subs. The OD is listed as 1.340" and the SDTA Ti tube ID is 1.360", that is a lot of play. Appears to be made for the Steel tubes that have a 1.35" ID.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 10:30:37 AM EST
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I'd want a steeper cone, and not aluminum I would think.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 11:41:19 AM EST
Originally Posted By neverenough86:
I'm looking to make my first suppressor and was wondering if anybody has used these or has an opinion of them. This will be used in a Ti tube from sd tactical and will be primarily on a 300 blk, but I haven't settled on a barrel length.


Pre formed baffles
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more expensive and it is only for one, but its stainless, which can hold up wayyy better than aluminum

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Link Posted: 9/3/2015 11:54:12 AM EST
why not use the sealed power freeze plugs? use something to press them and drill a hole?
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 10:07:51 PM EST
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Originally Posted By mrnuke:


more expensive and it is only for one, but its stainless, which can hold up wayyy better than aluminum

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Originally Posted By neverenough86:
I'm looking to make my first suppressor and was wondering if anybody has used these or has an opinion of them. This will be used in a Ti tube from sd tactical and will be primarily on a 300 blk, but I haven't settled on a barrel length.


Pre formed baffles


more expensive and it is only for one, but its stainless, which can hold up wayyy better than aluminum

here


Yikes that's high,at that price I might as well get a manufactured one.





Originally Posted By IHTFP08:
why not use the sealed power freeze plugs? use something to press them and drill a hole?


I guess I might have too. I was trying to avoid it though because I don't have a press and was willing to pay a bit for the convenience, but not $40 a baffle.

Link Posted: 9/3/2015 10:16:08 PM EST
There is a guy on eBay that sells those 8- $52. I just ordered the c size for my C cell 22lr suppressor. With the tube from eBay the whole setup was $97 out the door plus the $200 tax stamp.
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 1:00:15 AM EST
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more expensive and it is only for one, but its stainless, which can hold up wayyy better than aluminum

here
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Originally Posted By mrnuke:
Originally Posted By neverenough86:
I'm looking to make my first suppressor and was wondering if anybody has used these or has an opinion of them. This will be used in a Ti tube from sd tactical and will be primarily on a 300 blk, but I haven't settled on a barrel length.


Pre formed baffles


more expensive and it is only for one, but its stainless, which can hold up wayyy better than aluminum

here


For that much, just get the shapeways 3D printed flask funnels. I think they are about $20 each, and have a much better angled cone....probably lighter too.
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 7:04:39 AM EST
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 7:55:50 AM EST
I'm loving that there are people getting into making "cups" like that for DIY people.
Link Posted: 9/4/2015 3:36:40 PM EST
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Originally Posted By BigWaylon:

Northern Tool (and probably many other places) have their presses on display. Don't think I didn't take a forming kit up there and make a couple trying to determine if I wanted a hydraulic press or an arbor press, and which size.

I ended up doing all mine with the bench top 6-ton hydraulic press...on the kitchen counter. It cost about $60, but I was making enough baffles for 6 cans.
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Originally Posted By neverenough86:
I guess I might have too. I was trying to avoid it though because I don't have a press and was willing to pay a bit for the convenience, but not $40 a baffle.

Northern Tool (and probably many other places) have their presses on display. Don't think I didn't take a forming kit up there and make a couple trying to determine if I wanted a hydraulic press or an arbor press, and which size.

I ended up doing all mine with the bench top 6-ton hydraulic press...on the kitchen counter. It cost about $60, but I was making enough baffles for 6 cans.


LMAO thats AWESOME!!!



I think I'm going to use these and drill them myself.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/252077077756
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