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    CGN frequent flyer Donster 125's Avatar
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    Do you make any that attach like a GEMTECH?

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    Quote Originally Posted by buzzmagoo View Post
    I would be down for one for my JR carbine ( 45 ACP) over the barrel with comp ! Could the finish possible be in white ?
    hi buzz, we can send it for cerakote for a fee, please send us an email or PM

    Quote Originally Posted by hawaii View Post
    I'd also be down for a reverse style can in .45 for a JR Carbine, to shorten up the look of the barrel.
    ok. I don't have a 45 version handy, do you know the muzzle threads and barrel outside diameter?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donster 125 View Post
    Do you make any that attach like a GEMTECH?
    hmm possibly. please clarify, do you mean have a small adapter on the muzzle with lugs, and then the fake can will easily be attached and removed?
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    It would be great to see mock surefire suppressors that mount on SF muzzle devices. SF already makes trainers in limitted production, I have bought 2 7.62 and 2 5.56 (one of each color for each size). But they cost a fortune. My 4 trainers only set me back $1400+.
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    Gemtech HALOs uses A2 birdcage mountings, so a QD way of attaching to any muzzle with a A2 NATO spec muzzle device mounted.
    Last edited by twyeh; 05-28-2018 at 04:18 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by True North Arms Corp View Post
    hmm possibly. please clarify, do you mean have a small adapter on the muzzle with lugs, and then the fake can will easily be attached and removed?
    Not too sure. I’ll have to ask PWS. It’s for their muzzle devices.

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    Reeeeaaally interested in a reverse style can with a compensator upfront. Maybe something like those Fat Comps with a sleeve covering more of the barrel.

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    Came across this, skip to about 2 minutes in:
    Last edited by tsarmn; 05-28-2018 at 06:26 PM. Reason: time insert

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    Quote Originally Posted by True North Arms Corp View Post
    they also can 'trigger' some range dwellers into screeching omg you have a silencer reeeeeeeee!!! which some customers enjoy :D :D
    This is why I also stuff a sock in my pants for the range bunnies and place my fake supercar fob in the bench.
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    Quote Originally Posted by True North Arms Corp View Post
    ok. I don't have a 45 version handy, do you know the muzzle threads and barrel outside diameter?
    Waiting to get back home at the end of June, I'll definitely measure and let you know. I'll be first in line to buy one, and can help with testing if needed.

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