Yes, there are people that are willing to help out as we do know that it is better to help than to have people wondering around and maybe in the end hurt themselves or even worse others.daviscustom wrote:There are several folks on here that have been in the industry for quite a while and are willing to help out....if not publicly, via email.
Thank you for your kind words Mister Davis.daviscustom wrote:Gunny50 and Capt. Link are a couple of guys I would recommend paying attention to for starters, but there are several here that are very knowledgeable and helpful.
It is really easy to make a mistake, if one does not plan all steps and check on things, especially being a beginner or having minimal machining, capacity or experience.daviscustom wrote:Oh...and as gunny50 said, .060" over caliber size for the bore is the standard answer, but it depends on the tolerances you are able to hold when you make the suppressor. Any big screw-ups along the way and .060" isn't much wiggle room.
When in doubt, get in contact with people you know to have technical and or machining background to help you out.