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Discussion in 'Class III / NFA' started by pronstar, Jun 11, 2019 at 4:44 PM.
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Does that mean Texas is the... silent majority?
I wanted to say something cute but I can't beat that.
For some reason... this made me chuckle.
I own 5. I got to thinking the other day.... why the hell I need 5? Then I thought about the money invested.. guess because I can
Maybe I need one. Not sure what I would put it on, or how that all works. I’d have to get a threaded barrel, also, right?
Total silencer noob here.
Can the same silencer fit on different firearms?
Don't suppress yourself . . .
It can. It's not always optimum, but you can (as an example), use a silencer designed for a .45ACP on a 9mm pistol, assuming you can adapt the suppressor to the thread pitch of the barrel. Manufacturers make this pretty easy. You can also use a suppressor for a .30cal rifle on a 6.8SPC, 6.5CM, .270, 5.56, etc.
Probably the greatest fun with a suppressor comes from shooting .22LR suppressed. Just silly stupid quiet and really useful for pest eradication on a low-key basis.
I think I'm up over fifteen suppressors now . . . or at least I would be but for that lousy marine accident . . .
boats. just can't be too careful around boats.
Wow! I had no idea gun owners here had that many above anywhere else. Go Texas!
So. You kind of buy a suppressor for a specific caliber of firearm,
not for a specific make/ model of a particular firearm, right?
So I could buy a 9 mm suppressor, and that could theoretically fit all my 9mm firearms, just provided I obtain a threaded barrel for that firearm I want to attach it to? Do I seem to have it understood correctly? (I need a suppressor 101 class.)