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.22 suppressor build up after a few thousand rounds

Thread in 'Class III & NFA Discussion' started by qodeBebop, Oct 7, 2018.

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    long story short I could get my suppressor apart a while back. I said screw it and continued using it. I primarily use it on a cz bolt action with accuracy in mind. I started having some inconsistencies and quickly decided it was because of the junk filled can. After a week of soaking in kroil, a good friend, a vise, and a little heat from a torch the can finally came apart. This is what was inside that didn’t initially fall out when the core was removed and after it was cleaned.
     
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    Wooooo! Leaded up. Well done my friend. We’ve gotten a Sparrow at the shop locked up a few times but only once that bad lol. Had to soak it too and use an assortment of primitive tools to open it.

    What’d you use to clean the mono-core? The dip, or soda blast or?
     
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    You might want to clean it just a little more frequently , dang that was a mess
     
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    too small for mystic.
     
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    It’s an aac prodigy. Can’t dip it since it’s aluminum.
     
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    I pop lead C's off the baffles in my Spectre II all the time. My integral is a MOFO to take the tube off if it gets neglected.
     
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    Yeah, the aluminum makes it a little harder for cleaning.
     
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    Which brand ammo are you using?
    Solid lead or coated projectiles?
     
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    After cleaning, put a coating of Molykote 111 on everything. After 500 rounds, I wipe my baffles clean with paper towels.
     
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