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Old 04-20-2019, 03:18 PM
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Why a suppressor that you can easily clean is a good idea.



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This one has about 400 rounds through it. Fortunately it is easily disassembled for cleaning and the guts are soaking in the tank at present. SilencerCo SS Sparrow. It is really quiet too...the most impressive round so far that actually has some speed to it is the CCI Suppressed stuff. The quiet is quiet (710 fps) but won't reliably cycle the slide. 1917
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what media are you using to tumble?
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I coat my baffles in anti seize, can be messy if you're not careful, but I put a couple 1000 rounds down the tube and clean the baffles with a napkin and my finger nails. Or use the DIP when I'm extra lazy.
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what media are you using to tumble?



Steel pins. But only for steel or TI baffles. I use a soda blaster for AI..
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