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    Is it possible to switch the KAC pistons back and forth (MK23 and USPt) but us the same MK23 can?

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    yes. the pistons are tuned different for each gun to my knowledge, and obviously one is LH vs RH pitch

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    yes, same can different thread L/R same spring I'm sure. I had both pistons for my AAC when I used it on a Mk23/Tac can't imagine why it wouldn't be on the KAC
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    I just thought I could get the piston and wouldn't have to wait on another stamp.

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    The KAC USP Piston Assembly (Product Code 22500 94367/16x1 LH TPI) will cost @ $600.00!!!

    Tony

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nifty View Post
    I just thought I could get the piston and wouldn't have to wait on another stamp.
    Have you priced the piston?
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    wow, that's absurd!! they used to be $375 and I thought that was ridiculous. half the cost of a complete supressor!!
    https://otbfirearms.com/knights-arma...er-suppressor/

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    Here ya go. In stock even:
    https://www.operationparts.com/knigh...-m16x1-lh-tpi/

    The other option is to have the USP-T KAC can and buy the LH thread RCM MARK 23 Barrel from HKParts:
    https://beta.hkparts.net/product/thr...23-p17443.htm/
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    Quote Originally Posted by jetnspector View Post
    Here ya go. In stock even:
    https://www.operationparts.com/knigh...-m16x1-lh-tpi/

    The other option is to have the USP-T KAC can and buy the LH thread RCM MARK 23 Barrel from HKParts:
    https://beta.hkparts.net/product/thr...23-p17443.htm/
    Thanks. I already have the KAC MK23 can. I was just thinking if I get a piston, and then not have to buy a complete suppressor, then wait x months for the stamp which is another 200. It will cost money either way.

    I dont have a 45 Tactical pistol yet, but there is a HK45 compact Tac and then a 45 Tac locally for sale (although not much in the way of a sale $$$ on either).

    I have a list of gun and gun related things i want to get and I'm just going down the list.

    9 mm suppressor is next.
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    Least expensive piston that I found:

    https://tarheelstatefirearms.com/sto...product_id=488

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