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by Weber
20 Nov 2016 13:57
Forum: Introduce yourself. Use your name for the new topic title
Topic: mclogan1911
Replies: 1
Views: 500

Re: mclogan1911

Welcome!
by Weber
20 Nov 2016 13:56
Forum: Introduce yourself. Use your name for the new topic title
Topic: Mark
Replies: 1
Views: 505

Re: Mark

Welcome!
by Weber
20 Nov 2016 13:56
Forum: Introduce yourself. Use your name for the new topic title
Topic: Dwain
Replies: 1
Views: 459

Re: Dwain

Welcome!
by Weber
20 Nov 2016 13:55
Forum: Introduce yourself. Use your name for the new topic title
Topic: Keith
Replies: 1
Views: 436

Re: Keith

Welcome!
by Weber
12 Sep 2016 06:25
Forum: Introduce yourself. Use your name for the new topic title
Topic: new to suppressors
Replies: 1
Views: 587

Re: new to suppressors

Welcome to the club!
by Weber
12 Sep 2016 06:25
Forum: Introduce yourself. Use your name for the new topic title
Topic: New to forum
Replies: 2
Views: 648

Re: New to forum

Welcome.
by Weber
12 Sep 2016 06:22
Forum: Introduce yourself. Use your name for the new topic title
Topic: Dok
Replies: 2
Views: 589

Re: Dok

Blackout is a great load to build a can for. Depending on the type of ammo you will use or build will depending on the size can you should build along with the application.

If length and weight do not matter, build it longer so it can be used on 300 and 308.
by Weber
12 Sep 2016 06:20
Forum: Introduce yourself. Use your name for the new topic title
Topic: Jim
Replies: 2
Views: 557

Re: Jim

Welcome!

The tools are great, and you will not be disappointed. They form consistent baffles each time, and are very easy to do.
by Weber
30 Aug 2016 13:16
Forum: Introduce yourself. Use your name for the new topic title
Topic: ThePunisher
Replies: 2
Views: 561

Re: ThePunisher

Welcome!
by Weber
30 Aug 2016 13:16
Forum: Form 1 Suppressors
Topic: Alloy end caps ?
Replies: 10
Views: 2116

Re: Alloy end caps ?

smustian wrote:Weber... According to your chart of component specs, a Ti end cap is lighter by about 1/2 oz than an aluminum end cap. For thread protectors, aluminum is a little lighter.


It is, the reason is the aluminum is not hollow like the ti is. The aluminum is the old style.

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