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762 Stubby suppressor!!!

Discussion in 'NFA Weapon Discussion' started by Iansstud, Mar 8, 2010.

  1. Iansstud

    Iansstud SW WA / PDX Member

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    anybody ever deal with this company ???

    Im down with the stubby suppressor!!! I just wish they would make it in a 14x1mm LH thread pitch!!!!! or a QD with 14x1mm LH threads!!!


    I noticed they were from Oregon, So I thought I would ask if anyone know about them???
     
  2. onearmedswordsman

    onearmedswordsman Hillsboro, OR Member

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    Yes, I deal with them with some frequency. Seen the stubby up close and personal. I had just acquired a 30 cal can so buying his was out of the question. Otherwise, I would have.

    Talk to Mike. Barrel threading is his main business. I am sure he will be sensitive to your threading need. The worst that could happen is he offer to re-thread your gun (kidding). Not sure about the QD. Just ask.

    By the way, he is top notch.
     
  3. huntpotter

    huntpotter SW WA Negotiator Bronze Supporter

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    Looks sweet, I saw one up close before, I think it was on Coctailer's .308 bulpup.

    I wouldn't ever hesitate to deal with Tornado Tech, they are super nice, and very high quality work.
     
  4. JC Weaponry

    JC Weaponry Newberg, OR Member

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    Tornado is recommended by nearly every suppressor company in America.

    Many have him listed in their manuals to check the threads before installing a suppressor.

    I trust him 100%. I've had him thread a few of my barrels and they were professional.
     
  5. pogi

    pogi Gresham, OR Active Member

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    +1 for Tornado Tech!
     
  6. jdub75

    jdub75 PNW Well-Known Member

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    Wow that is nice--exactly what I was envisioning for my 7.62 project! Anyone know what a realistic the 'street' price is on these? MSRP seems a bit steep @ $750.
     
  7. Iansstud

    Iansstud SW WA / PDX Member

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    $750 is cheap next to the Gemtech SandStorm!
     
  8. spider

    spider Hillsboro Well-Known Member

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    Its $695 and they waive the NFA transfer fee,but you still have to pay the $200 stamp very good people to deal with, this thing was awesome to handle and its like a beer can but shorter, shuck a muck,
     
  9. jagerMR

    jagerMR Hillsboro Member

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    sounds good too!

    suppresses just as effectively as anything else.
    I tried one side by side with an AAC 762SD, the Stubby actually sounded better to my ear due to the lower frequency resonance.:thumbup:

    good on .223 applications as well, pretty close to the AAC M4-1000.

    Good price, good product, and good people = hard to beat
     
  10. Iansstud

    Iansstud SW WA / PDX Member

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    As of right now the ONLY reason why I dont already have one, is the lack of QD mount!!!

    I emailed about getting some 14x1mm LH threads on one, but no reply as of yet...
     
  11. PrDubi

    PrDubi Deep in the heart of Dirty South Salem Active Member

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    Great company run by a great man Mike Stannard and the can performs pretty good for its size.

    It's not the BEST of the best but its quiet and in the league.

    Good product and good people.

    Their niche is thread jobs BTW

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  12. Tornado-Technologies

    Tornado-Technologies Hillsboro Active Member

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    Hey guys, sorry for no reply on the 14mmx1 threads.

    We actually had a meeting about it recently and I just hadn't gotten around to reply to folks.

    Currently it's only available in 5/8"-24 (can also be used with a 1/2"-28 to 5/8"-24 adapter), and we have a 1/2"-28 5.56 version coming out in about a month. It's just undergoing the final stages of testing.

    2010 upgrades include an inconel blast baffle, for better durability when used on short barrel 5.56mm gun with short barrels or full autos.

    14mmx1LH AK threads are never going to happen for liability reasons. being able to screw them directly onto an AK is a recipe for disaster, as most AK's aren't threaded concentric to the bore. There are a few manufacturers that make mounts for the AK, but in order to do this you need an over-sized bore diameter - which results in performance reduction.
     
  13. spider

    spider Hillsboro Well-Known Member

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    Is the 5.56 version going to be a stubby as well?