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    Meh--- could have gone another 10,000 rounds!!!

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    Seems like a very sound argument for an SD style suppressor that can be disassembled.

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    From what I've heard and read the RDTS sealed can does not need to be cleaned. Are you saying that that is not true...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hoss710 View Post
    Honestly it doesn't look all that bad to me. I have seen them much worse.
    ghillie bear posted some picvs a few yrs ago of a real FUBAR'd SD can. I mean that sucker was caked and permanently ruined IMO.
    Nah...mine was not terminal at all. But I'm hear to tell you it took a lot more work to clean it than I ever thought. Don't even consider doing it without power tools. Thats my advice. I do have an US cleaner too - no way that couldnt have removed this crap.

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    I clean mine with a dental pick and scraper after every 300-500 rounds. Doing it every 1,000 rounds would be reasonably easy still. Yours is impressive, I'm surprised it took power tools though. That stuff must have been caked on hard.

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    very very caked on. That doesnt even begin to describe it. With a dremel and dental picks it prob took me 10 solid min of cleaning per baffle.

    No way I'm messing with that every 1k rnds. Maybe every few yrs. maybe.

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