XCaliber SeaFire Diamond 9MM and 45 silencers released!

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Re: XCaliber SeaFire Diamond 9MM and 45 silencers released!

Post by greytamer » Wed Oct 16, 2013 1:33 pm

Great work John. what diameter is the 9mm can?

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Re: XCaliber SeaFire Diamond 9MM and 45 silencers released!

Post by John Titsworth » Wed Oct 16, 2013 10:08 pm

greytamer wrote:Great work John. what diameter is the 9mm can?

1.375OD. We made one in 1.25OD and it sounded good, but I don't think there is a real market for that size anymore.

This is also a fabulous subgun can. We are going to do more testing tomorrow as the weather clears here in Arkansas. I will test all mulit calibers on both the new silencers. Video should be up tomorrow night.

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Re: XCaliber SeaFire Diamond 9MM and 45 silencers released!

Post by HandyMan » Mon Dec 02, 2013 11:15 pm

Hey John, are you shy or something? You need to advertise this much more than you are.

Your Genesis .22 is outstanding. Doesn't get the respect it deserves IMO. You need to get out on the forums and show your wares.

If these are as good as your Genesis, they are going to be an outstanding bargain.

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Re: XCaliber SeaFire Diamond 9MM and 45 silencers released!

Post by Merrlin » Sun Mar 30, 2014 8:09 pm

Hi, do you have a 10mm can or will the 45 work?

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Re: XCaliber SeaFire Diamond 9MM and 45 silencers released!

Post by John Titsworth » Sun Mar 30, 2014 10:40 pm

HandyMan wrote:Hey John, are you shy or something? You need to advertise this much more than you are.

Your Genesis .22 is outstanding. Doesn't get the respect it deserves IMO. You need to get out on the forums and show your wares.

If these are as good as your Genesis, they are going to be an outstanding bargain.

We were waiting to get a full line that covered all calibers before we did much real marketing. We have really awesome stuff and its all very fairly priced. Our 30 caliber silencer is finally out and about to be officially released. Its really an awesome silencer for centerfire rifle and I will give you a snip of video. Our 45 can will do 10MM or 40 cal very well.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLP1DUGQ ... 8kWHUUsm6g

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Re: XCaliber SeaFire Diamond 9MM and 45 silencers released!

Post by whiterussian1974 » Mon Mar 31, 2014 1:35 am

John, how are your seafire baffles different than other K's? The mouth seems a bit higher. But otherwise I'm not seeing a difference. Hopefully you can enlighten me.
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Re: XCaliber SeaFire Diamond 9MM and 45 silencers released!

Post by eric10mm » Mon Mar 31, 2014 3:03 pm

LOL, watching the videos it appears as though the SeaFire cans have a SRP instead of a FRP. :wink:

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Re: XCaliber SeaFire Diamond 9MM and 45 silencers released!

Post by whiterussian1974 » Sun Apr 13, 2014 3:54 am

whiterussian1974 wrote:John, how are your seafire baffles different than other K's? The mouth seems a bit higher. But otherwise I'm not seeing a difference. Hopefully you can enlighten me.
Still waiting on answers John. :(
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Re: XCaliber SeaFire Diamond 9MM and 45 silencers released!

Post by John Titsworth » Mon Apr 14, 2014 11:53 pm

Which one are you interested in learning about? The 9 or 45?

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Re: XCaliber SeaFire Diamond 9MM and 45 silencers released!

Post by whiterussian1974 » Wed Apr 16, 2014 2:00 pm

John Titsworth wrote:Which one are you interested in learning about? The 9 or 45?
Both. But I shoot mainly .40, so would purchase the .45.

Are the 9 and .45 K-baffles' profiles different? I was asking how your SeaFire Ks were shaped differently from others in the Industry. It looks like just the height of the cones' mouths above the faces.

It seems like this WOULD perform better. I just wanted to know if there were any other differences that increased performance.

(BTW, I like your Genesis and Windsor baffles too. I like your use of Geometries to improve/enhance designs.)
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Re: XCaliber SeaFire Diamond 9MM and 45 silencers released!

Post by John Titsworth » Fri May 30, 2014 10:44 pm

The 45 has two main types of baffles in it. I won't get into all the reasons for it online, but you can call me sometime and I will explain it to you.

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