you are reading page 29 before pages 1-28.thecameraman79 wrote: With a form 1 can you get one shot from all the internet research in the world and then hope in the end it turns out to be as good/better then a similar commercial can that has had a ton or research and testing put into it.
the end product is results of design, milling 1,000 baffles to get it right and using only 9 of them is just experience and finger cuts. thus not really sure what you mean by one shot. the baffles dont seem to work right, go into the garage and machine more. the cans i do or do not have, have one set of internals, and they come from one session on the lathe. . get real folks, batf doent really give a crap whats in your F1 tube, as long as they have your $200, your can is within paperwork spec, and its for your own personal use, batf not wasting $$ on you, machine away.
much easier to crown the end of a muzzle properly/accurately than it is to make a "perfect" concentric (bore aligned) silencer. and if you want to go down this rabbit hole, perfect concentric cannot be achieved with machinery, physics says so.TROOPER wrote:
The whole thing is one big sht-show, and the level of nit-picking here -- justifiable though it may be -- is probably precisely why so few manufacturers put up data about accuracy for a silencer. After all, a less than perfect fit of a perfect silencer, will still be the equivalent of adding a new, improperly crowned muzzle.