Liberty Mystic suppressor won't come apart, soaking suggestions?

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  1. aquariumjunky

    aquariumjunky
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    So like the title says my suppressor won't come apart, any suggestions on what to soak it in (that's cheap) to then try and beat it apart? TiN and Stainless suppressor with at least one rubber oring.

    Thanks for your suggestions and criticism for not cleaning it sooner!

    Steven
     
  2. Joe13

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    Liquid Wrench
     
  3. spectra

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    Call or email Liberty and ask them. I would not want to mess it up as they are not cheap to replace :D Good luck AQ and let us know what you find out.

    I know there is the dip method but without getting it apart I would not want to try that.
     
  4. aquariumjunky

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    Wonder if soaking it in ATF would work :)
     
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  5. spectra

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    I am not sure on that one. I would just call the boys and ask them. Hell try them right now there might be someone there.
     
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  7. aquariumjunky

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    Kroil is what I need!!!! Thanks Bolus!
     
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    Most guys resort to beating it apart with a wooden dowel.
    How many rounds since you last cleaned it?
     
  9. aquariumjunky

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    It has roughly all the rounds through it! maybe a 1000 9mm and 1000 22lr.
     
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    I coat the inside of my Sparrow with Loctight high temp nickle never-seize.
    It really helps with lead build up, but since it's a clam-shell design, it's always going to be easier to take apart.
     
  11. aquariumjunky

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    Ya I was really thinking about coating the inside with never-seize if I get it apart and clean
     
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    The nickle variety is good for up to 2400 degrees and purposely made for stainless steel.
    Any other type will be good for around 1400*
     
  13. aquariumjunky

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    almost 100% sure I have about a quart of the nickle stuff in my garage, only use it on lug nuts for my wheels ;)
     
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    Don,t know where the O ring is but soak in lube and maybe try a little heat with a torch or micro torch. Only if it does not soften the O ring.
     
  16. Doc In UPlace

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    +1 on the KROIL first. It's a real miracle worker and a very nice light lube on .22's too.
     
  17. aquariumjunky

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    Ok before I run all over town tomorrow where do I get this miracle oil?
     
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  19. Liberty97045

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    PB Blaster. works way, way better than liquid wrench or WD-40 Available at True Value and others.
    Best break free on the market.
     
  20. aquariumjunky

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    Just FYI found my Kroil Oil :) The pro shop at ARPC carries it! So easy cheesy!
     

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