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    Quote Originally Posted by TheColtCollector View Post
    I shoot powdercoated lead bullets so I could never use an omega 9k since it’s not user serviceable. I have to use cans that come apart with titanium or stainless baffles that can with stand harsh cleaning practices. The lead build up in my suppressors is insane
    Anyone have can that fits these requirements? Mk9k, omega 9k, are all out

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheColtCollector View Post
    Anyone have can that fits these requirements? Mk9k, omega 9k, are all out
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    Quote Originally Posted by RegularGuy461969 View Post
    Please, someone correct me if I am wrong; B&T is the only manufacturer of supressors to be approved by H&K?
    B&T and KAC are approved for Mk23M0, Mark 23, and USPT.

    I have seen nothing in writing for any RL models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yammx125 View Post
    Go big! Mk9 old school
    Holy Smokes my MK9K is a pipsqueak compared to yours!
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    Quote Originally Posted by eodinert View Post
    Yeah, but they approved OSS for rifles, so it shows they don't know much about suppressors.
    So people can’t make one mistake? Also OSS was a couple year decision. B&T is a going on 30 year.


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    Gemtech Kac or B&T

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheColtCollector View Post
    Anyone have can that fits these requirements? Mk9k, omega 9k, are all out
    Why is an MK-9K out? It can be disassembled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickj1nd View Post
    Why is an MK-9K out? It can be disassembled.
    Actually, the MK9K can only be partially disassembled. The core is welded together. That centers inside the registered tube. There are ports at the blast baffle that vent gas between the core and the registered tube. At least that is how my .40 caliber MK-9K is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottinthegrove View Post
    Actually, the MK9K can only be partially disassembled. The core is welded together. That centers inside the registered tube. There are ports at the blast baffle that vent gas between the core and the registered tube. At least that is how my .40 caliber MK-9K is.

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    Actually, your wrong. Completely disassembles.

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