80% jig and tool usage instruction.

Messages
65
Reactions
64
Not sure how the conversation got to illegal? I understood it to be one guy offering to help others with tips from his own experience, to the new guys wanting to buy the tools and build for them self.
Its people helping others less experienced via sharing info online that got me to seek out the next forum for my next project.
Best wishes all for the new year! Keep building, shooting, and training all you can afford. It may help you someday soon......
 
Messages
65
Reactions
64
If you have the form one approval but don’t know how to make one I could help you make it. I can’t make it for you. Just like this 80% process. Btw, do you have an old drill press you could sell me? It doesn’t have to be too heavy duty. I’ve seen jigs that’ll press stainless steel freeze plugs into k baffles and you could then center punch n drill out once you get your form one done. I don’t see someone knowledgeable enough to draw plans for and submit a form 1 also needing help learning how to use tools.
I got the tools and the know how, knowing how to submit the form 1 is my downfall......
Is there a thread with step by step instructions on that? I have not even searched yet, but very soon.
 
Messages
289
Reactions
570
I got the tools and the know how, knowing how to submit the form 1 is my downfall......
Is there a thread with step by step instructions on that? I have not even searched yet, but very soon.
 
Messages
289
Reactions
570
If you have the form one approval but don’t know how to make one I could help you make it. I can’t make it for you. Just like this 80% process. Btw, do you have an old drill press you could sell me? It doesn’t have to be too heavy duty. I’ve seen jigs that’ll press stainless steel freeze plugs into k baffles and you could then center punch n drill out once you get your form one done. I don’t see someone knowledgeable enough to draw plans for and submit a form 1 also needing help learning how to use tools.
I haven't gone through the process of getting the approval - Know thyself. I tend to know enough about enough to get in over my head and could see myself doing the same with a suppressor build. Plus, I love to research, so I've already started to go down an endless rabbit trail of baffle designs until I got too overwhelmed to just make one.

I used to have access to a full metal shop but, since moving here, I just have an old Shop Fox workbench drill press that I'm not looking to sell. I've looked at the solvent trap kits look as simple as drilling out the center of the baffle, but I usually end up just thinking of more questions as I start to think about it
 
OP
It-That
Messages
108
Reactions
79
Ok ok ok guys I like this stuff as much as you do but I can’t have my services getting hijacked in a conversation about making suppressors at home. The most I can help with is engraving your lower to match your approval stamp, but that’s it.
 
Messages
97
Reactions
73
How very kind of you. Hope you get the kind of folks your looking to help. I quit doing projects for anyone I did not know. It seems once someone knows you have a mill and lathe they expect you to build them - fill in the blank. When teenagers wanted help it was the last straw. Not sure how you can keep them away or if you even need to? As to suppressors, I think it runs about 8% that know what they are and how they work. Respectfully, cannonman
 
OP
It-That
Messages
108
Reactions
79
How very kind of you. Hope you get the kind of folks your looking to help. I quit doing projects for anyone I did not know. It seems once someone knows you have a mill and lathe they expect you to build them - fill in the blank. When teenagers wanted help it was the last straw. Not sure how you can keep them away or if you even need to? As to suppressors, I think it runs about 8% that know what they are and how they work. Respectfully, cannonman
This isn’t a mill service hah but oh my god. Everyone that’s come through has been 100% great people so far.
 
I have a couple Aluminum and a couple Polymer. I have held off hoping to buy a Drill press. No place to put it. And I can not obtain a kitchen pass to use someone else's. No vice. Just a drill, I might try a Polymer.
 
Messages
140
Reactions
132
I applaud you for taking the time to help others with their questions. Not many folks would do that to help strangers.

There was a guy in the Puget Sound area that actually brought his lathe to a gun range, (Paul Bunyan Gun Club if I remember correctly), to teach a class on building of form 1 suppressors. It was about 10 years or so ago. He also had a video on how to properly fill out a form 1.
 
OP
It-That
Messages
108
Reactions
79
I have a couple Aluminum and a couple Polymer. I have held off hoping to buy a Drill press. No place to put it. And I can not obtain a kitchen pass to use someone else's. No vice. Just a drill, I might try a Polymer.
Got ya covered here. Contact me
 
OP
It-That
Messages
108
Reactions
79
I applaud you for taking the time to help others with their questions. Not many folks would do that to help strangers.

There was a guy in the Puget Sound area that actually brought his lathe to a gun range, (Paul Bunyan Gun Club if I remember correctly), to teach a class on building of form 1 suppressors. It was about 10 years or so ago. He also had a video on how to properly fill out a form 1.
playing with fire these days. The guys fart in the wind sounding funny on someone’s Facebook stream would be used as crucifying evidence.
 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Albany Rifle & Pistol Club (ARPC) Gun Show 2021 show is cancelled
Linn County Expo Center
3700 Knox Butte Rd E, Albany, OR 97322, USA
22 Rimfire Challenge
Redmond Rod and Gun Club
Redmond, OR 97756, USA
Rimfire Challenge May 8th @ DRRC
Douglas Ridge Rifle Club
27787 OR-224, Eagle Creek, OR 97022, USA

LATEST RESOURCE REVIEWS

  • A Cut Above Pawn
    5.00 star(s)
    Fantastic Customer Service!
    Recently, they helped my lady transfer a pistol to a family member in CA. Most FFLs would have told us to pound sand when we mentioned where we...
  • HighLine Firearms
    5.00 star(s)
    One of the best!
    I have bought from online and in person. Great store, he had things I did not know were needed. I try and recommend Highline Firearms to people I...
  • Copeland Custom Gunworks
    5.00 star(s)
    The only gunsmith I'll use
    Tim has done a few projects for me and the result is always the same. Amazing. End of story. From complete refinish to custom machining, Tim is...
  • Copeland Custom Gunworks
    5.00 star(s)
    great work refinishing my 27 year old 1991 a1 compact colt .45
    Tim did a great job making my gun look brand new again and replacing the old parts inside. Super Happy!!
  • Lucky Sporting Goods
    5.00 star(s)
    Just a transfer but a great one. A+
    Came here today to meet another forum member to buy a Glock. Was the best transfer I've had the pleasure of doing. Even though I was just there...
Top Bottom