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    MP5K at 8:19. Would love to own one of these, looks like a pretty versatile and modular package. He also says they’re coming out with a 3-lug adapter.

    No affiliation, this video just happened to pop up on my YouTube page.

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    Cool product and seems like a lot of work went into it. 3 years in development isn't too bad at all and I'm looking forward to (not) hearing it on the range.
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    I’m surprised so many people like pistol cans on their PCCs & SMGs. I don’t. Usually pistol cans are small diameter for sighting reasons, and as a result long, because they need more volume than the small diameter will allow. With PCCs & SMGs, the sights are much higher, so why not utilize a can with a much larger diameter? With the larger diameter, it can be made shorter and still have lots of volume. A long skinny pistol can is the last one I’d choose for the MP5 when there’s cans like the CT9KS, Phoenix, etc.
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    Interesting--- Microtech knives--- yes--- Microtech suppressors--- hmmm!!!

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    Going to be watching this......

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlrgsxr View Post
    I’m surprised so many people like pistol cans on their PCCs & SMGs. I don’t. Usually pistol cans are small diameter for sighting reasons, and as a result long, because they need more volume than the small diameter will allow. With PCCs & SMGs, the sights are much higher, so why not utilize a can with a much larger diameter? With the larger diameter, it can be made shorter and still have lots of volume. A long skinny pistol can is the last one I’d choose for the MP5 when there’s cans like the CT9KS, Phoenix, etc.
    As a southpaw my mk9k and gsl phoenix are the way to go. Even stuff like the old raptor 2 doesn't compare. I like my subgun cans on subguns and pistol cans on real pistols.

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