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Posted: 10/25/2013 10:29:13 AM EDT
Does anyone run lead projectiles through a ti rant .45 suppressor. I have about 6000 230 grn. LRN projectiles and a suppressor waiting on a approval. Will I screw it up with lead I know .22 suppressors obviously have lead going through them but can the bigger ones?
Link Posted: 10/25/2013 11:23:38 AM EDT
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I wouldn't. Most .22 cans can be broken down for cleaning (due to the leading issue). Not so for your Ti-rant .45.
Link Posted: 10/25/2013 12:19:58 PM EDT
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I wouldn't. Most .22 cans can be broken down for cleaning (due to the leading issue). Not so for your Ti-rant .45.
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I was under the impression the Tirant is user serviceable meaning it could be taken down for cleaning

Is this incorrect?

I just read their discription and it mentions the booster is serviceable, maybe I was wrong this entire time...

I was wanting a Tirant because I thought it was able to be taken down, may have to look elsewhere now. I was going to be shooting lead reloads through mine as well

ETA... They sale a endcap tool for 2011+ Tirants. This would mean it has to be user serviceable correct?
Link Posted: 10/25/2013 12:31:29 PM EDT
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Yes a Tirant can be taken down, but if you are shooting lead through it you should take it apart every couple hundred rounds or it will just become a giant pain to take apart.
Link Posted: 10/25/2013 12:34:02 PM EDT
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Yes a Tirant can be taken down, but if you are shooting lead through it you should take it apart every couple hundred rounds or it will just become a giant pain to take apart.
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Tirant is still in my future then
Link Posted: 10/25/2013 3:56:24 PM EDT
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I love my Ti-rant .45

Stupid quite, and they are take-apart

Link Posted: 10/25/2013 4:34:56 PM EDT
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I shot .22 LR through my Tirant for a year.  Never again.  After cleaning it 3 times, I ordered an Element 2.
Link Posted: 10/27/2013 1:04:39 PM EDT
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I shot .22 LR through my Tirant for a year.  Never again.  After cleaning it 3 times, I ordered an Element 2.
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How did it sound out of curiostiy?
Link Posted: 10/27/2013 7:41:11 PM EDT
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How did it sound out of curiostiy?
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I shot .22 LR through my Tirant for a year.  Never again.  After cleaning it 3 times, I ordered an Element 2.



How did it sound out of curiostiy?


Would like to know this as well. A TiRant 9 will be my first can and I want to use it on my .22 while I collect funds for a dedicated .22 can.
Link Posted: 10/27/2013 7:50:35 PM EDT
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How did it sound out of curiostiy?
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I shot .22 LR through my Tirant for a year.  Never again.  After cleaning it 3 times, I ordered an Element 2.



How did it sound out of curiostiy?


Shot it side by side against my dads sparrow using identical Rugers and everyone there agreed the tirant sounded quieter /deeper and lacked the first round pop of the sparrow.  



Link Posted: 10/28/2013 3:35:39 AM EDT
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Shot it side by side against my dads sparrow using identical Rugers and everyone there agreed the tirant sounded quieter /deeper and lacked the first round pop of the sparrow.  



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I shot .22 LR through my Tirant for a year.  Never again.  After cleaning it 3 times, I ordered an Element 2.



How did it sound out of curiostiy?


Shot it side by side against my dads sparrow using identical Rugers and everyone there agreed the tirant sounded quieter /deeper and lacked the first round pop of the sparrow.  





You'd hope so. The can is gigantic in comparison to a Sparrow, so it's got a ton more internal volume.
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