Good afternoon baffle boys and girls and welcome to episode 55 of TFB’s Silencer Saturday, where you are encouraged to laugh at my dumb jokes – quietly. Last week we discussed the 3D printed options from Delta P Design, which coincidentally are all direct thread models – requiring no mounting systems – which I happen to believe is ultimately the best way to attach a suppressor to a firearm. Without the need for shims, spacers, muzzle devices and moving parts, your silencer is mounted quickly and easily and can be checked for concentricity without the worry of tolerance stacking. However, even in all its simplicity, a direct attachment is not always practical – an easy and quick on-and-off QD system that can double as a sacrificial blast baffle, thread protection and a flash hider or muzzle brake can be a welcome addition to a rifle.
SILENCER SATURDAY #55: Mount Up! The Best Rifle Mounting Systems
Unfortunately, my annoyance with the rules and regulations surrounding the National Firearms Act creeps into nearly every Saturday episode. In the United States, silencer parts are considered to be silencers on their own – meaning constructing a replacement baffle by a non-licensed user
Originally posted on The Firearm Blog