19 March 2017

Pretty Sparks



This is Marv cutting a piece of titanium tubing to create an expansion chamber for his home-built solvent-trap suppressor for his SBR.

The choice of titanium is to be both a spacer for the first expansion chamber and as a liner to protect the aluminum body from the effects of the muzzle blast from a 10.5" barrel and 5.56x45mm ammo.

For the nitpickers, yes he's got an approved Form 1 for both the carbine and this sound snuffer.

2 comments:

  1. Careful how hot he gets that stuff when cutting it. It takes some doing to get it there but once it catches fire there's not much putting it out.

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    1. Surprisingly, we knew that. He did it in little nibbles.

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