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PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2018 4:22 am 
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I was wondering if anyone out here news about the two they use to help push the baffles out of the pistol suppressor and rim fire. It uses the mountain As a point for a push rod that is ribeyes for driver to push hard to get baffles out. I was wondering if anyone hear news effectively use another pistol to proceed with the same thread pitch have a nice way of getting out heavily used pistol battles.

I thought was pretty interesting and I hope anyone here can you give me some insight. Other than using a wooden daw to knock out baffles I thought the nice alternative to using a hammer and wooden daw


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2018 10:12 am 
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You need a new spell checker.

As far as I know the Griffin Armament pusher tool is included with the suppressor(s).

A wooden dowel works fine for the rest of us to push the baffles out if knocking the tube on a wooden bench doesn't do the job all by itself.

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2018 2:36 pm 
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Michael Black 47 wrote:
I was wondering if anyone out here news about the two they use to help push the baffles out of the pistol suppressor and rim fire. It uses the mountain As a point for a push rod that is ribeyes for driver to push hard to get baffles out. I was wondering if anyone hear news effectively use another pistol to proceed with the same thread pitch have a nice way of getting out heavily used pistol battles.

I thought was pretty interesting and I hope anyone here can you give me some insight. Other than using a wooden daw to knock out baffles I thought the nice alternative to using a hammer and wooden daw


If I haven't cleaned it for a while I will often put some Kroil penetrating oil or WD-40 or RemOil and let it soak the edges of the baffles overnight after turning it over once so you get it from both sides... then they push out easily... or use the tool...


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 6:17 am 
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gsyoung54 wrote:
Michael Black 47 wrote:
I was wondering if anyone out here news about the two they use to help push the baffles out of the pistol suppressor and rim fire. It uses the mountain As a point for a push rod that is ribeyes for driver to push hard to get baffles out. I was wondering if anyone hear news effectively use another pistol to proceed with the same thread pitch have a nice way of getting out heavily used pistol battles.

I thought was pretty interesting and I hope anyone here can you give me some insight. Other than using a wooden daw to knock out baffles I thought the nice alternative to using a hammer and wooden daw


If I haven't cleaned it for a while I will often put some Kroil penetrating oil or WD-40 or RemOil and let it soak the edges of the baffles overnight after turning it over once so you get it from both sides... then they push out easily... or use the tool...

I've been having a lot of luck using Kroil in the manner that you described on suppressor baffles, changing AR barrels, even removing the Sprimgfield XDM sights pounded in dry by Andre the Giant's big brothers in Europe.


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 8:17 am 
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gsyoung54 wrote:
gsyoung54 wrote:
Michael Black 47 wrote:
I was wondering if anyone out here news about the two they use to help push the baffles out of the pistol suppressor and rim fire. It uses the mountain As a point for a push rod that is ribeyes for driver to push hard to get baffles out. I was wondering if anyone hear news effectively use another pistol to proceed with the same thread pitch have a nice way of getting out heavily used pistol battles.

I thought was pretty interesting and I hope anyone here can you give me some insight. Other than using a wooden daw to knock out baffles I thought the nice alternative to using a hammer and wooden daw


If I haven't cleaned it for a while I will often put some Kroil penetrating oil or WD-40 or RemOil and let it soak the edges of the baffles overnight after turning it over once so you get it from both sides... then they push out easily... or use the tool...

I've been having a lot of luck using Kroil in the manner that you described on suppressor baffles, changing AR barrels, even removing the Sprimgfield XDM sights pounded in dry by Andre the Giant's big brothers in Europe.


You just quoted yourself to comment that you use the same method as yourself to remove your own baffles.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 8:50 pm 
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I thought the op was passing some kind of slick code to someone.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 9:44 pm 
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Sigproshooter wrote:
I thought the op was passing some kind of slick code to someone.

It is a bit surreal when the majority of lucid posts in a thread are off topic.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 9:53 pm 
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Your post immediately following the question was the answer he was looking for. What more is there to add?

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 11:14 pm 
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Its been awhile since I've posted this. wooden stick works out really well. but the comments here are gold.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 12, 2018 2:41 pm 
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Sigproshooter wrote:
I thought the op was passing some kind of slick code to someone.

Me too. I was pretty confused about who was talking to whom

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fishman wrote:
Sigproshooter wrote:
I thought the op was passing some kind of slick code to someone.

Me too. I was pretty confused about who was talking to whom

I agree. Only an idiot would quote himself.

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 12, 2018 3:16 pm 
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I talk to myself all the time.

Sometimes I answer myself too.

Now where did I put my keys.

Oh yeah, they're on the night stand.

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 12, 2018 8:11 pm 
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Hahaha.....this is reminiscent of the old days. Funny comments, folks helping others and no safe spaces. Man I miss the old days. Break.......

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