Thanx selectedmarksman. Good write up. I wouldn't expect SWR to warranty my jailbroke Trident 9.
That said, my Trident 9 is prolly 4-5 years old, and I don't shoot all that much 9mm suppressed. I do shoot buckets of 22rf, on two different guns. (semi & SMG) In fact, its the quality of SWR's cans that gives me the confidence to do this. They make 'em right the first time, so they don't hafta service them later.
Alls I can see going wrong is a baffle strike, and that'd likely be my fault anyway. And it just bugs me not being able to service my 9mm can anyway.
Shoot, I'd jailbreak all my rifle cans if I could get away with it.
The below picture was what my Trident9's blast baffle looked like(underside) after 5000 rounds of 9mm 147gr Berry's Plated ammo. I never shot any 22lr through it. I did clean the exterior of that baffle and it did pull some anodizing with it. I will have no problem shooting that Trident for many many many years to come!
The quality is definitely there in the SWR cans BUT I have noticed more buildup in SWR cans than other manufacturers, their design retains more of the gunk and keeps the gases inside, not a bad thing if you can clean it from day one, but allows for more buildup if you don't.
Be aware(as other shooters shooting 22rf in ANY can should be as well) that 22lr does a number on the baffles......
If 22rf is shot in volume(or heavily like you mentioned) there is a good chance that the baffles are carbon welded to the wall of the suppressor tube. Just be aware that it has happened in the past that when the baffles are pressed out that carbon may damage the anodizing inside the tube. You won't see any performance change or safety concerns but it will be visible when looking inside, the issue is more cosmetic than anything.
Keep in mind also that this isn't anything new. I cracked a Trident several years ago that was fresh back from SWR from replacing the core and the inside of the tube had anodizing missing. Just something that happens when carbon welded baffles are pressed out, we have a couple methods that we use to minimize this but owners need to be aware of this as to a degree its inevitable.
This applies to any can that has been shot alot, especially with 22rf...
If you have any questions please ask and I will answer them as best I can.