A Little Something

Discussion in 'Class III / NFA' started by Gpz1100, Jun 28, 2009.

  1. Gpz1100

    Gpz1100 Member

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    Put this together just to waste 223's
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    Ain't got it running at 100%...yet. having some FTF issues, may be the ammo. I'm gonna clean it up and try again later and try some different stuff.
     


  2. Wolfwood

    Wolfwood Self Appointed Board Chauvinist TGT Supporter

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    nice.
    you should come to Dietz and let me try that sucker out.
    i'll let you play with my .22 ;)
     
  3. dbgun

    dbgun TGT Addict

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    That looks like it will do a great job, wasting 223's. Really Nice firearm.
     
  4. Big country

    Big country TGT Addict

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    I like the trigger job! :rofl::happy0001:
     
  5. Texas1911

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    The can is longer than the barrel... are you worried about baffle strikes?
     
  6. Gpz1100

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    not worried, but i keep an eye on all my cans for baffle strikes
     
  7. Big country

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    Okay, at the risk of sounding stupid. What is a baffle strike?
     
  8. baboon

    baboon Well-Known

    A bullet striking the internal baffle of a suppressor.
     
  9. Big country

    Big country TGT Addict

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    Ooooooo. Thanks! So if the baffle gets struck with the bullet then it won't baffle the noise anymore and get louder with every strike? :gotme:
     
  10. ducksps

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    Actually a baffle strike would damage the can internally. This can vary from a mild strike to totally destroying the suppressor. The concern listed regarding a strike is due to the short barrel length of the firearm and the possibility the bullet may not be stabilized when leaving the barrel and start to tumble. This is similiar when you have bullets hitting the targe and keyholing on the paper.
     

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