Form-1 TI suppressor new build ideas

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Stonestrategic
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Form-1 TI suppressor new build ideas

Post by Stonestrategic » Sun Sep 06, 2020 11:01 am

Hey guys,

Totally new to the idea of building a Form-1 suppressor and need you help with initial ideas.

ATF paperwork prints have been received and awaiting stamp.

This will be used on either a 14.5 or 10.5 556 with a griffin muzzle brake.

I have been looking on diversified machine and super precision concepts and I believe a 1.5 OD with an overall length of 7 will work.

Where I get stuck is the internals and layouts and best practices.

Id love any help.

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Re: Form-1 TI suppressor new build ideas

Post by #40Fan » Tue Sep 08, 2020 6:17 pm

Head over to the form1suppressor.boards.net and sign up.

Do some searching and reading. When you think you have it figured out, or need to ask a question, keep reading.

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Re: Form-1 TI suppressor new build ideas

Post by Historian » Thu Sep 10, 2020 2:36 pm

Instructive and 'humorous' YouTube on how engineers do destructive
testing on cans. You have to love 'red-neck' engineering. :) :)

Seriously, it would be interesting to see a thick acrylic tube
on a .22 rimfire for each of the major rimfires. No guessing
on what design novelties could arise. For example seeing
actual flows through DeadAir



<< https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pOXunRYJIw >>

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