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JMPF or TYCA Maglite Stainless cups reviews

Post by Handloader » Sun Mar 27, 2016 10:17 pm

Does anyone here have real world reviews of the 316 Stainless Maglite cups by JMPF or TYCA industries in the 0.995 in. and the 1.340 in. size. I'm thinking of using them in an 8 in. long Titanium tube. The 0.995 for rimfire, and the 1.340 in. for supersonic use (.357 lever action)- .308 and down (with a smaller end cap). I understand the aluminium cups (6061 Al) tend to malform with supersonic use.

I have researched all over the internet, but can not get any really solid reviews. I have a small mini lathe (7x14) and have made baffles in the past for my Form 1's. I am 90 out days from my ATF Efile, and am getting anxious.

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Re: JMPF or TYCA Maglite Stainless cups reviews

Post by Handloader » Tue Mar 29, 2016 1:06 am

No person here has used these?

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Re: JMPF or TYCA Maglite Stainless cups reviews

Post by Samson1044 » Tue Mar 29, 2016 6:21 am

I have never used them but im interested in seeing them.
do you have a link to their web sites??

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Re: JMPF or TYCA Maglite Stainless cups reviews

Post by Handloader » Tue Mar 29, 2016 11:01 am

Samson1044 wrote:I have never used them but im interested in seeing them.
do you have a link to their web sites??
http://www.jmperformancefittings.com/

http://www.tycaindustries.com/

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Re: JMPF or TYCA Maglite Stainless cups reviews

Post by whiterussian1974 » Tue Mar 29, 2016 6:12 pm

http://www.jmperformancefittings.com/ doesn't post 5/8"x24tpi endcaps. So you'll need to buy them elsewhere if you need them or 9/16".

Why don't "storage cups" come w 60* angles? The flatter cones don't perform NEAR as well. Not much better than just sandwiching pressed cone washers b/t spacers. (After using the 316SS cup as the blastshield.)

You'd do better just pressing some flat washers into cones and cutting your own spacer tube w thinner sidewalls. It'd be a better use of volume.
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http://www.tycaindustries.com/ uses 303SS. NOT 316. So subject to increased risk of corrosion. You could buy from SDTA and probably get better results. IM(ns)HO :wink:
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Post by Handloader » Tue Mar 29, 2016 8:42 pm

Thanks for the input, WhiteRussian. You are correct it is 303 SS. Both my form 1's were approved today (less than 90 days on a trust). I'm waiting on my tubes from DM. They say his work is worth the wait.

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Post by whiterussian1974 » Tue Mar 29, 2016 9:51 pm

Have you thought of asking DM to machine some "filtration funnels?"
They could be true 60*cones w 1/16" drain holes to catch carbon deposits while allowing cleaning fluid to slow drain through. :wink: 8)
Then if buyers wish to open the hole up to 9/32" or 3/8" w F1; well, that's perfectly permissible.
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Post by T-Rex » Wed Mar 30, 2016 6:17 am

As I hear it, DM is over 7 months backlogged.
Might wanna try and find another source.
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Post by poolshark » Tue Apr 05, 2016 12:34 pm

HA! "filtration funnels" :mrgreen:

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Post by T-Rex » Tue Apr 05, 2016 1:36 pm

Are those from machine worx (sp)?
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Post by poolshark » Tue Apr 05, 2016 1:40 pm

T-Rex wrote:Are those from machine worx (sp)?
I make them in large qty runs, (zmachineworx)
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Post by propeine » Tue Apr 05, 2016 3:04 pm

poolshark wrote:
T-Rex wrote:Are those from machine worx (sp)?
I make them in large qty runs, (zmachineworx)
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To think each one of those is about 45 minutes for me...CNC makes it a whole 'nother ball game.

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Post by whiterussian1974 » Tue Apr 05, 2016 3:19 pm

poolshark wrote:I make them in large qty runs, (zmachineworx)
Are your 'fence post endcaps' for sale?
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Post by poolshark » Tue Apr 05, 2016 4:35 pm

whiterussian1974 wrote:
poolshark wrote:I make them in large qty runs, (zmachineworx)
Are your 'fence post endcaps' for sale?
Yes they are.

my goal is to make it as easy as possible to have a high quality parts that you can finish without the need for expensive equipment (which is why i clipped mine with handtools)

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Post by Historian » Tue Apr 05, 2016 5:33 pm

poolshark wrote:
whiterussian1974 wrote:
poolshark wrote:I make them in large qty runs, (zmachineworx)
Are your 'fence post endcaps' for sale?
Yes they are.

my goal is to make it as easy as possible to have a high quality parts that you can finish without the need for expensive equipment (which is why i clipped mine with handtools)

Once the Hearing Protection Act Passes you most likely will see a sharp uptake in sales.

Send good vibes down to D.C. to get the Bill off the dime.

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Re: JMPF or TYCA Maglite Stainless cups reviews

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poolshark wrote:
whiterussian1974 wrote:
poolshark wrote:I make them in large qty runs, (zmachineworx)
Are your 'fence post endcaps' for sale?
Yes they are.

my goal is to make it as easy as possible to have a high quality parts that you can finish without the need for expensive equipment (which is why i clipped mine with handtools)
Hey there Poolshark,
Nice to see you in my thread,,,lol

I ordered from you (poolshark) and already have my tracking number from you. These look good! I'm going to open these to 10.5 mm (0.413 in.) for a 357 Mag Form One on my mini lathe.
I'm on the fence about turning out some K's for my .22 Form One build (0.955 in. final OD). Sad thing is, I ordered 1.5 in. OD and 1 in. OD 17-4 rod two days before I saw your thread.

Great work, and your video was a great review!

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Post by poolshark » Tue Apr 05, 2016 6:09 pm

Hey there Poolshark,
Nice to see you in my thread,,,lol

I ordered from you (poolshark) and already have my tracking number from you. These look good! I'm going to open these to 10.5 mm (0.413 in.) for a 357 Mag Form One on my mini lathe.
I'm on the fence about turning out some K's for my .22 Form One build (0.955 in. final OD). Sad thing is, I ordered 1.5 in. OD and 1 in. OD 17-4 rod two days before I saw your thread.

Great work, and your video was a great review!
Fantastic, cant wait to see how it turns out.. I am working on some "B" sized cones now so watch for them at the end of the month :D

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Post by mcrump » Thu Apr 07, 2016 5:16 pm

I would like to purchase some. Do you have a web site?
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Post by poolshark » Thu Apr 07, 2016 11:03 pm

mcrump wrote:I would like to purchase some. Do you have a web site?
zmachineworx.com gonna have a lot more Ti end of the month

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Post by mcrump » Fri Apr 08, 2016 12:38 pm

Thanks!I will place an order as soon as I can find a site that has the proper size seamless TI tubing. Perhaps you have a recommendation? Also, what material do you recommend for end caps? Last question is do you port or vent in some fashion?
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Post by T-Rex » Fri Apr 08, 2016 1:22 pm

mcrump wrote:Thanks!I will place an order as soon as I can find a site that has the proper size seamless TI tubing. Perhaps you have a recommendation? Also, what material do you recommend for end caps? Last question is do you port or vent in some fashion?
I believe they are for the Maglite "D cell" tubing. Right shark?
You can get, even Ti, on SDTA's website. Along with a myriad of end caps.
He is not selling baffles. They are for holding boiled eggs :wink:
You would need to complete each one. Drill/bore hole, clip, port, etc.
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Post by poolshark » Fri Apr 08, 2016 1:30 pm

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mcrump wrote:Thanks!I will place an order as soon as I can find a site that has the proper size seamless TI tubing. Perhaps you have a recommendation? Also, what material do you recommend for end caps? Last question is do you port or vent in some fashion?
I believe they are for the Maglite "D cell" tubing. Right shark?
You can get, even Ti, on SDTA's website. Along with a myriad of end caps.
He is not selling baffles. They are for holding boiled eggs :wink:
You would need to complete each one. Drill/bore hole, clip, port, etc.
they seem to fit well in SDTA's Ti D tubes... I sell paperweights do whatever you want with them, price dropped on the SS to be able to buy more Ti at a lower cost btw


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Re: JMPF or TYCA Maglite Stainless cups reviews

Post by EXPERIMENTAL » Fri Apr 08, 2016 1:58 pm

Poolshark,

Do you have a CAD model of your funnels? I see on your website it states that the OAL is 1.388, but with some of the cone overlapping I am unable to calculate how many would be needed for a 7.5" SDTA tube with ends? Do you have a measurement for the length of the spacer only? This would allow me to calculate how many I would need to the fit the tube I want to order. Thank you for any information you can provide.

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Post by poolshark » Fri Apr 08, 2016 2:32 pm

EXPERIMENTAL wrote:Poolshark,

Do you have a CAD model of your funnels? I see on your website it states that the OAL is 1.388, but with some of the cone overlapping I am unable to calculate how many would be needed for a 7.5" SDTA tube with ends? Do you have a measurement for the length of the spacer only? This would allow me to calculate how many I would need to the fit the tube I want to order. Thank you for any information you can provide.

I updated the website with photos for you.

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Re: JMPF or TYCA Maglite Stainless cups reviews

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Couldn't ask for a better description, top notch work!

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