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Thread: Fake cans/suppressors

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    I would dig an Ops Inc 12th Model Knurled Style Suppressor...
    One that fits over the 12th model Muzzle Brake
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    Quote Originally Posted by btabin View Post
    Is this any closer to reality? I really want one. I love your fake cans. Makes whatever I throw them all beefed up looking.
    We've done a few preliminary designs and are not sure which concept to go with. Maybe some folks here can provide feedback:

    concept # 1 -- an aluminum shroud that slips over the S&J hardware linear comp or the TNA Landmine, turns it into a reverse-style fake can with the linear comp inside. Remove the shroud anytime to go with a naked comp.

    concept #2 -- a one-piece, steel, reverse-style fake can that has a linear comp built in, like the example in the picture two posts up from here. This would be heavier but more durable and simple.

    concept #3 -- an aluminum shroud that screws onto a TNA Classy Muzzle Brake, that extends rearward behind the brake. When you screw it on, you get both a brake shroud and a reverse-style fake can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by surplusshooter View Post
    any chance you guys will be making some of these for the 9mm mp-40 Blue line solutions is bringing in? the NR version would look great with one
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    The long barrel needs to be covered up and this would be the best solution
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    Quote Originally Posted by surplusshooter View Post
    any chance you guys will be making some of these for the 9mm mp-40 Blue line solutions is bringing in? the NR version would look great with one
    If the MP40 has standard threads, it might be able to take one of these.
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    Would love to see a someone make a dummy HEL E4A Suppressor for my M16A1 clone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by True North Arms Corp View Post
    We've done a few preliminary designs and are not sure which concept to go with. Maybe some folks here can provide feedback:

    concept # 1 -- an aluminum shroud that slips over the S&J hardware linear comp or the TNA Landmine, turns it into a reverse-style fake can with the linear comp inside. Remove the shroud anytime to go with a naked comp.

    concept #2 -- a one-piece, steel, reverse-style fake can that has a linear comp built in, like the example in the picture two posts up from here. This would be heavier but more durable and simple.

    concept #3 -- an aluminum shroud that screws onto a TNA Classy Muzzle Brake, that extends rearward behind the brake. When you screw it on, you get both a brake shroud and a reverse-style fake can.
    Concept #1 sounds good......I'll take 2 please!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blkmrkt View Post
    Concept #1 sounds good......I'll take 2 please!
    I would buy a couple #2

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    I like all three concepts but would probably say #2 because it has the comp built in. Just seems simpler.

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    number 2 for me please
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    Quote Originally Posted by True North Arms Corp View Post
    We've done a few preliminary designs and are not sure which concept to go with. Maybe some folks here can provide feedback:

    concept # 1 -- an aluminum shroud that slips over the S&J hardware linear comp or the TNA Landmine, turns it into a reverse-style fake can with the linear comp inside. Remove the shroud anytime to go with a naked comp.

    concept #2 -- a one-piece, steel, reverse-style fake can that has a linear comp built in, like the example in the picture two posts up from here. This would be heavier but more durable and simple.

    concept #3 -- an aluminum shroud that screws onto a TNA Classy Muzzle Brake, that extends rearward behind the brake. When you screw it on, you get both a brake shroud and a reverse-style fake can.
    I’d take both Concept 1 and Concept 2.
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