Need some help on a stuck suppressor

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Need some help on a stuck suppressor

Post by Michael Black 47 » Sat Oct 10, 2015 6:26 pm

I've enjoyed my specwar 7.62 for the longs time now, but I've have seem to run into a problem. I have mounts on my 556,308, and my mosin. The mosin had a specwar comp on it and everything was going well. Sounds like a 22 :) made a lot of people at the range jaw drop. As I was taking it off the mount came off with the suppressor stuck in side.

How do i remove the host from the suppressor. So far I have tried a torch and some WD-40 to no avail. Need some help if anyone has had this problem before.

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Re: Need some help on a stuck suppressor

Post by RJT » Sat Oct 10, 2015 7:08 pm

Put the mount in a vise on the wrench flats, and use a strap wrench to remove the suppressor.
You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

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Re: Need some help on a stuck suppressor

Post by Oldfatguy » Sat Oct 10, 2015 10:25 pm

Had my Trifecta brake unscrew from the 300BLK With the Saker. Wrench on the flats got it unscrewed.

The can & mount seem to stick if I wait for them to completely cool before removal. Last time it was sticky, a smack with a wooden mallet broke them loose.

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Re: Need some help on a stuck suppressor

Post by Michael Black 47 » Sat Oct 10, 2015 10:32 pm

I appreciate the help from both of you are RJT and old fat guy. It seems like this is only place where I can get competent information that sounds coherent. I guess I have to take it to my Smith and get the job done there as well. Also I was wondering has anyone else done a suppressed Mosin on this site or am I the first one here?

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Re: Need some help on a stuck suppressor

Post by jdasilva » Sat Oct 10, 2015 11:16 pm

Michael Black 47 wrote:I appreciate the help from both of you are RJT and old fat guy. It seems like this is only place where I can get competent information that sounds coherent. I guess I have to take it to my Smith and get the job done there as well. Also I was wondering has anyone else done a suppressed Mosin on this site or am I the first one here?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVA-dCLfTsY

my suppressed mosin is my favorite gun. have several videos up shooting it

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Re: Need some help on a stuck suppressor

Post by Michael Black 47 » Sat Oct 10, 2015 11:20 pm

jdasilva wrote:
Michael Black 47 wrote:I appreciate the help from both of you are RJT and old fat guy. It seems like this is only place where I can get competent information that sounds coherent. I guess I have to take it to my Smith and get the job done there as well. Also I was wondering has anyone else done a suppressed Mosin on this site or am I the first one here?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVA-dCLfTsY

my suppressed mosin is my favorite gun. have several videos up shooting it
I didn't know you was on here. Big props to you for the idea for mines.

Made heads turn when i started to shoot.

#QuietMosin

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Re: Need some help on a stuck suppressor

Post by jdasilva » Sun Oct 11, 2015 12:43 am

Michael Black 47 wrote:
jdasilva wrote:
Michael Black 47 wrote:I appreciate the help from both of you are RJT and old fat guy. It seems like this is only place where I can get competent information that sounds coherent. I guess I have to take it to my Smith and get the job done there as well. Also I was wondering has anyone else done a suppressed Mosin on this site or am I the first one here?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVA-dCLfTsY

my suppressed mosin is my favorite gun. have several videos up shooting it
I didn't know you was on here. Big props to you for the idea for mines.

Made heads turn when i started to shoot.

#QuietMosin


I'm glad that you're digging it, everybody needs a lil #quietmosin in their life

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Re: Need some help on a stuck suppressor

Post by Mageever » Sun Oct 11, 2015 1:15 am

Crap. Another project to put on the list. 8)

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Re: Need some help on a stuck suppressor

Post by Michael Black 47 » Wed Oct 14, 2015 12:37 am

well good news it came out with out a fight and finally mounted it properly. Thanks for the help guys. Also i got the end cap on the octane off with a some good carbon breaker. so now the next deal is what solution do you use to break up the carbon that have the baffles stuck in the octane.

This part to of my saga :)

I've been told mineral oil, what is your method of doing it. also I know that I need a wood piece to knock it out after the stuff sets in.

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